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Listening To Culture
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Listening To Culture
Constructing Reality From Everyday Talk

First Edition

Other Titles in:
Cultural Studies (General)

May 2004 | 235 pages | SAGE Publications Pvt. Ltd
Listening to Culture presents everyday cultural activity in Indian family and community life in order to demonstrate why and how such activity must be encompassed in the study of individuals and collectives. The author explores the rich world of everyday talk—in families, with children, between friends, at the work place—and shows the significance of this domain of social activity for an understanding of culture.
Foreword

Jaan Valsiner
Preface

 
Approaching Cultural Realities

 
Cultural Terrains and Language Activity: Interactively Constructed Domains

 
Children and Cultural Continuity: Family, Childhood and Socialism

 
Investigating Reality: Methodological Predicaments

 
The Cultural Setting: Dominant Themes of Childhood in India

 
Taxonomy of Personhood in Conversations

 
Domains of Heightened Activity

 
Principles of Cultural Activity

 
Concluding Remarks

 
Bibliography

 
Index

 

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ISBN: 9780761932000
£37.00