Educational dilemmas : \ a cultural psychological perspective / \ Edited by Luca Tateo.
Contributor(s): Tateo, Luca.Material type: Text Language of document:EnglishSeries: Cultural dynamics of social representation.Publisher: 2019Description: x, 202p : \ ill. ; \ 23 cm.ISBN: 9781138125605 .Subject(s): Educational psychology \ -- Cross-cultural studies | Educational sociology \ -- Cross-cultural studiesDDC classification: 370.15 T1878 Ed
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Includes bibliographical references and index
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"Educational Dilemmas uses cultural psychology to explore the challenges, contradictions and tensions that occur during the process of education, with consideration of the effect these have at both the individual and the collective level. It argues that the focus on issues in learning overlooks a fundamental characteristic of education: that the process of educating is simultaneously both constructive and disruptive"-- \c Provided by publisher.