Sociocultural Psychology of the Lifecourse

Zittoun, T. (Ed)

The Sociocultural Psychology of the Lifecourse book series seeks to further our knowledge of the development of people in their complex sociocultural worlds, both empirically and theoretically. Its sociocultural psychological perspective proposes to account for the development of people as unique persons, with their perspective and subjectivity, within the social and cultural environments that guide them and yet which they can themselves transform. The book series showcases works that provide a complex understanding of development in the lifecourse, contribute to the theorization of the lifecourse and present original data – based on case studies, segments of lives, or trajectories of living. It will also include books which present synthetic theoretical, epistemological or methodological contributions. By documenting the richness of lives and developing the relevant theoretical tools, books in this series will make a unique contribution to sociocultural, developmental psychology, and to the study of the courses of lives. Series Advisory Editors: Alex Gillespie Department of Psychological and Behavioural Science London School of Economics and Political Science United Kingdom Pernille Hviid Department of Psychology University of Copenhagen Denmark Jaan ValsinerDepartment of Communication and Psychology Aalborg UniversityDenmark

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