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Теория деятельности: деятельностные исследования в Германии

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Опосредование нарративности и ритмичности в ранних взаимодействиях матери и ребенка - последствия для развивающегося «я»

Демют К., Научный сотрудник Института психологии университета г. Оснабрюк, Департамент развития и культуры., Оснабрюк, Германия, cdemuth@uni-osnabrueck.de
Келлер Х., Научный сотрудник Института психологии университета г. Оснабрюк, Кафедра гуманитарных наук., Оснабрюк, Германия, hkeller@uni-osnabrueck.de
Йовси Р., Оснабрюк, Германия

Аннотация

Статья ставит своей целью выяснить, как культурно-исторически развитые дискурсивные практики проявляются во взаимодействиях матери и ребенка. В частности, в ней приводится сравнение взаимодействий все еще относительно устного культурного сообщества (камерунские земледельцы Нсо) и образованного западного среднего класса (семьи из Мюнстера, Германия). На основе диалогической концепции языка, культуры и человеческого разума статья утверждает, в отношении человеческого онтогенеза, что у детей в разных социо-культурных контекстах развиваются разные типы субъективности, которые системно взаимосвязаны с превалирующими общественно-историческими условиями.

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