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Analysis of Environments for Human Development
Analysis of environments for human development

As I outlined in Part One, developmental cultural psychology is a clearly theoretically and philosophically based scientific discipline. It deals with complex, dynamic phenomena of human construction. These complex phenomena exist due to their relations with their contexts. The rest of our book will include elaborations of human development in relations with cultural contexts.

The core of our coverage is the understanding that both persons and contexts are culturally constituted. They are interdependent with each other: persons can exist as they always live within their contexts; and contexts exist because they are constructed by persons. The cultural nature of human psychology specifies the meaningful nature of both persons-in-contexts and contexts- as-created by persons. In this ...

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