Compreendendo o sujeito em desenvolvimento na Psicologia Cultural da educação

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Psicologia cultural, Desenvolvimento, Educação, Modernidade, Subjetividade

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A psicologia cultural da educação se esforça para compreender a posição do indivíduo em desenvolvimento. Este artigo procura interpretar a missão e a visão da psicologia cultural da educação no contexto da sociedade moderna, tendo em perspectiva uma tendência social individualizada e tecnomecanista. O conceito de “indivíduo contextualizado” é proposto como um aporte para conceituar a dependência relacional e contextual do sujeito em desenvolvimento. O artigo também reinterpreta Li e Xu “Pesquisa em psicologia do desenvolvimento baseada na prática educacional na China” de 2018, como um exemplo para explorar de que modo é possível utilizar a estrutura do “indivíduo contextualizado” para orientar pesquisas educacionais e estudos de intervenção, possibilitando generalizações teóricas em um ambiente educacional local.

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2022-07-25

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XU, S., WU, A., & LI, X. (2022). Compreendendo o sujeito em desenvolvimento na Psicologia Cultural da educação. Estudos De Psicologia, 39, 1–9. Recuperado de https://periodicos.puc-campinas.edu.br/estudos/article/view/6477

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DOSSIÊ | PSICOLOGIA CULTURAL DA EDUCAÇÃO