Introduction : Acknowledging Language in the Cultural-Historical Framework

  • Published 2011


Cultural-historical psychology as it was developed in the 1930s by L.S. Vygotsky, A.N. Leont’ev, and A.R. Luria addresses the psychological development and dy’namics of the societal individual. This approach understands the individual mind and psyche in relation to forms of social activity in common practices. As proposed by the theory of activity (e.g… (More)


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