01/03/2011 Psychology Sociology
DOI: 10.1111/J.1548-1352.2010.01171.X SemanticScholar ID: 145123715 MAG: 2410402203

Building Bridges in Dialogue with the Future: An Introduction

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Abstract In this introduction to the Ethos 2011 Dialogue the guest editors discuss questions related to child and youth development as seen from a cultural-historical and critical psychological point of view. The authors contributing to the dialogue develop a particular focus on the notions of mediation, practice, and active subjectivity while examining a series of conflictual cases of child and youth development. We seek here to introduce this work as it advances the long existing dialogue among cultural-historical, critical psychological, and anthropological approaches and anthropological theory thus suggesting directions for future research.

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Prof. Michalis Kontopodis

University of Leeds - Chair in Global Childhood and Youth Studies

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