How Things Matter in Everyday Lives of Preschool Age Children : Material-Semiotic Investigations in Psychology and Education


This article draws on materials from ethnographic and participatory research on everyday eating practices in Berlin kindergartens. It argues that agency is not always a-priori located in the human subject. Agency can be translated and distributed over relational networks that include people and things; it can even be left over to things depending on the… (More)


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