Artifact mediation in dewey and in cultural-historical activity theory

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Abstract

Presents the author's comments on Jim Garrison's views about the relationship between cultural-historical activity theory and John Dewey's alternative approach to psychological theories. Comments on the methodological significance of the concept of activity; Information about common features and differences of the two theories; Comparison between interactionism and transactionism.

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  • Reijo Miettinen

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