Understanding Vygotsky not only shows the extent to which Vygotsky's work can be further developed to be relevant to the end of the twentieth century but also opens up scope for a more detailed analysis of his contemporaries. It will be essential reading for all students of Vygotsky and his ideas.
Part I: The First Years in Moscow 1924-1928:.
Part II: The Cultural-Historical Theory 1928-1932:.
Part III: Moscow, Kharkov and Leningrad 1932-1934:.
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Index of Subjects.
Jaan Valsiner University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.