A cultural analysis is necessary in understanding intersubjectivity

  title={A cultural analysis is necessary in understanding intersubjectivity},
  author={Maricela Correa-Ch{\'a}vez and Amy L. D. Roberts},
  journal={Culture \& Psychology},
  pages={108 - 99}
In this commentary we argue that in order to understand how joint understanding arises out of activity, a cultural examination of communication and interaction must be included in the analysis. In their article “The tension between dialogicality and interobjectivity in cooperative activities,” Talamo and Pozzi (2011) argue that intersubjectivity should be thought of as a process that occurs in group interaction and collaboration. We agree with the authors that intersubjectivity is not something… Expand
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