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CHACDOC 2020: Crisis in children’s development
CULTURAL-HISTORICAL APPROACHES TO CHILDREN’S DEVELOPMENT AND CHILDHOOD (CHACDOC
The purpose of this section is to create a forum for researchers who are interested in developmental psychology and childhood, with a special focus on using activity theory and the cultural-historical research approach as a way to unite these two opposing approaches to the study of children. Developmental psychology has often been characterised historically as the study of ‘the general child’, with a focus on developing a model that can be used to evaluate individual children and their changing relation to society as they grow up. Childhood studies have focused on the study of children anchored in historical time and settings; such approaches are more commonly found within anthropological and sociological traditions, especially those that focus on situated and localised practice with children. Cultural-historical approaches seek to unite the general principles in relation to historical time and place.
The aim of CHACDOC WORKSHOP is to promote theoretical and empirical discussions on children’s development. In line with the theme of the Congress, CHACDOC 2020 workshop will focus on the concept of crisis in relation to children’s development.
|9.15||Children in the zone of concern||Mariane Hedegaard|
|10.45||TBC||Juliana Campregher Pasqualini|
|11.45||Why crisis is necessary in a theory of child development||Seth Chaiklin|
|2.00||How does drama in play create and reflect children’s emotions?||Marilyn Fleer|
|3.00||Poster and coffees|
4 questions – What is aim of your research? What is the method/concepts used? What is the result? What impact can/do the results have?
Discussants: Mariane Hedegaard, Seth Chaiklin and Marilyn Fleer
|Posters presenters will display their posters and the discussants will ask the4 key questions. A general discussion will be held at the conclusion of the presentation.|
Juliana C. Pasqualini
For those wishing to present a poster, you will need to register your interest by sending to Mariane Hedegaard and Marilyn Fleer an abstract of 250 words of your poster.