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Psicologia em Estudo

versión impresa ISSN 1413-7372

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MARTINS, Lígia Márcia  y  EIDT, Nádia Mara. Work and activity: analysis categories in the development historical-cultural psychology. Psicol. estud. [online]. 2010, vol.15, n.4, pp.675-683. ISSN 1413-7372.  http://dx.doi.org/10.1590/S1413-73722010000400003.

This article is the result of theoretical studies and intends to show some contributions to the Development Historical-Cultural Psychology, more specifically, regarding to the relationship  between the work and activity categories. These studies show to be relevant to the psychologists, pedagogues and other professionals involved directly or indirectly  with the educational practice, in the quest to understand the problem of development periodization in a non-naturalistic perspective. In this way, the main activity category shows up as a central driving force  of human development process and, therefore, it is closely linked to the  place which each individual takes up in the class society as well as  the objective conditions of his material existence. The development study matches with the study of  specific person, immersed in a web of social relations; in a political and  economic system; and  finally, something else is nothing , but the study of the history objectified in each particular individual.

Palabras clave : Psicología histórico-cultural; desarrollo humano; actividad principal.

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