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A Cultural Psychological Perspective





ISBN 9780367662059
Published September 29, 2020 by Routledge
212 Pages

 
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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.





Drawing on research from Europe, America and Asia, chapters in this volume present and analyse different experiences of the tension between disruption and construction in the process of education. Situating educational discontent within the wider context, the book demonstrates how this issue can be exacerbated by the tension between the commodification and democratisation of educational systems. This book demonstrates that these issues permeate all levels of education and, as a result, emphasises how vital it is that educational discontent is considered from a new perspective.





Educational Dilemmas is essential reading for academics, researchers and postgraduate students in the fields of psychology and education. It should also be of great interest to school psychologists, teachers and therapists.

Table of Contents

Introduction - The inherent ambivalence of educational trajectories and the zone of proximal development with reduced potential



Luca Tateo





Chapter 1 – Intrinsic education and its discontents



Eugene Matusov and Ana Marjanovic-Shane





Chapter 2 - Stress – between welfare and competition



Thomas Szulevicz, Lærke Kromann Kure and Lillith Olsen Løkken





Chapter 3 - Problems from discontinuity of children’s environment and development in Japan



Yoriko Okamoto Omi





Chapter 4 - Mental health 101: interpreting emotional distress for Canadian postsecondary students



Karen H. Ross





Chapter 5 - Counseling for university students



Giulia Savarese, Oreste Fasano, Nadia Pecoraro, Monica Mollo, Luna Carpinelli and Pierpaolo Cavallo





Chapter 6 - The discomfort of writing in academia



Noomi Matthiesen and Charlotte Wegener





Chapter 7 - In deep water: university students’ challenges in the processes of self-formation, survival or flight



Casper Feilberg





Chapter 8 - Corporal punishment in extracurricular sports activities (bukatsu) represents an aspect of Japanese culture



Yasuhiro Omi





Chapter 9 - "I see stress in many places around me, but as such, I'm over it": understanding psycho-cultural dimensions of university students’ experiences



Pernille Hammer, Thomas Madsen and Luca Tateo





Chapter 10 - Internship as liminal zone in education



Enrica Mele and Giuseppina Marsico





Afterword on educational dilemmas



Luca Tateo

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Biography



Luca Tateo is Associate Professor at Aalborg University in Denmark. He is a member of the Research Center for Cultural Psychology, Member of the Centre IBEF (Ideas for the Basic Education of the Future), ECNU in Shanghai, and visiting professor at the Federal University of Bahia in Brazil.