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Activity theory
carbon.cudenver.edu/~mryder/itc_data/activity.html
Work of Vygotsky towards understanding human activity in terms of social, historical, cultural, and individual development; includes definitions, readings, links to conferences
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Activity Theory, an Introduction
osiris.sunderland.ac.uk/~cs0car/hci/3_con_at.htm
Activity Theory originated in the USSR, developed by Russian psychologists Vygotsky, Rubinshtein, Leontjev and Lurija. The theory is a philosophical framework that allows the study of different forms of human practice. The practice can be viewed as developmental processes where both individual and social levels are interlinked.
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Center for Activity Theory and Developmental Work Research
www.edu.helsinki.fi/activity/
We coordinate and carry out research and development projects on change and learning in work organizations. We create and apply new conceptual tools for understanding and mastering transformations in work, technology and organizations.
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Mervi Hasu: Critical transition from developers to users
ethesis.helsinki.fi/julkaisut/kas/kasva/vk/hasu/
Mervi Hasu's doctoral dissertation - Helsinki University. Activity-Theoretical Studies of Interaction and Learning in the Innovation Process. March 2001.
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Spinning Webs of Significance
carbon.cudenver.edu/~mryder/iscrat_99.html
Martin Ryder's paper looks at activity systems from the perspective of the World Wide Web and Web publishing. It discusses notions of value surrounding web artifacts and considers the mediational value to the developer of anonymous communities that appropriate one's own online artifacts. The author investigates the significance of referring links from one web document to another, particularly from the socio-cultural perspective of Activity Theory.
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International Society for Cultural Research and Activity Theory
www.psy.vu.nl/iscrat2002/contributions.htm
International association for researchers and practitioners committed to a cultural-historical approach of human development.
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International Society for Cultural and Activity Research (ISCAR)
www.iscar.org/
Information about this group including membership, publications, congresses, society business, and relations to Society for Sociocultural Research.
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Activity Theory: Basic Concepts and Applications
www.sigchi.org/chi97/proceedings/tutorial/bn.htm
Introduces activity theory, a conceptual approach that provides a broad framework for describing the structure, development, and context of computer-supported activities.
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