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Title Critical perspectives on activity : explorations across education, work, and everyday life / edited by Peter H. Sawchuk, Newton Duarte, Mohamed Elhammoumi.

Published New York : Cambridge University Press, 2006.


Location Call No. Status
 UniM Bail  302 CRIT    AVAILABLE
 UniM Giblin Eunson  302 CRIT    AVAILABLE
Physical description xv, 295 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 269-292) and index.
Contents Introduction : Exploring activity across education, work, and everyday life / Peter H. Sawchuk, Newton Duarte, and Mohamed Elhammoumi -- Is there a Marxist psychology? / Mohamed Elhammoumi -- Cultural-historical activity theory : some aspects of development / Joachim Lompscher -- Epistemological scepticism, complacent irony : investigations concerning the neo-pragmatism of Richard Rorty / Maria Célia Marcondes de Moraes -- Importance of play in pre-school education : naturalisation versus a Marxist analysis / Alessandra Arce -- Estranged labor learning / Ray McDermott and Jean Lave -- "Our working conditions are our students' learning conditions" : a CHAT analysis of College Teachers / Helena Worthen and Joe Berry -- Contradictory class relations in work and learning : some resources for hope / D.W. Livingstone -- From labor process to activity theory / Paul S. Adler -- Values, rubbish, and workplace learning / Yrjö Engeström -- Education as mediation between the individual's everyday life and the historical construction of society and culture by humankind / Newton Duarte -- Activity and power : everyday life and development of working-class groups / Peter H. Sawchuk.
Other author Sawchuk, Peter H. (Peter Harold), 1968-
Duarte, Newton.
Elhammoumi, Mohamed, 1956-
Subject Social psychology.
Culture -- Psychological aspects.
Standard Number 9780521849999
ISBN 0521849993 (hardback)