Age as a historical materialist concept in cultural-historical theory of human development

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Seth Chaiklin

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O conceito de idade tem um papel central na estrutura teórica da abordagem de L. S. Vygotsky para analisar o desenvolvimento infantil. Este conceito é apresentado na primeira parte deste artigo. A apresentação é organizada em torno de três desafios conceituais: o papel ou função do conceito de idade em uma teoria do desenvolvimento humano, o "conteúdo" psicológico de uma idade e como avaliar o desenvolvimento em relação a uma idade. Os pontos principais incluem: (a) a idade, como um conceito psicológico, é formada através da prática material histórica, (b) o conceito tem importância prática, mas (c) de modo geral, o conceito ainda é apenas um esboço teórico. A segunda parte do artigo aborda problemas metodológicos envolvidos no trabalho e no desenvolvimento desse conceito teórico. O uso do conceito em relação às intervenções pedagógicas pode ser especialmente produtivo.

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Chaiklin, S. (2019). Age as a historical materialist concept in cultural-historical theory of human development. Obutchénie: Revista De Didática E Psicologia Pedagógica, 3(3), 1-27. https://doi.org/10.14393/OBv3n3.a2019-51707
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Dossiê: Periodização histórico-cultural do desenvolvimento humano

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