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Exam Copy. Iden.y andcy in Cultural Worlds. Dorothy Holland. William Lachicotte Jr. DeSkinner. Carole Cain. HARVARD UNIVERSITY PRESS. Cambridge, M.achusetts sonal, not automatic; a world ofts and of hope carried forward from Holland learned about the figured world of romance. A host of .Product De.s. PAPERBACK. $44.00 31.95 39.50. ISBN 9780674005624. Publication: March 2001. Short. 368 pages. 6-1/-1/4 inches. World Ultimately, Iden.y andcy in Cultural Worlds offers a liberating yet tempered understanding ofcy, for it shows how people, across the limits of cultural traditions .Iden.y andcy in Cultural Worlds [Dorothy Holland, William Lachicotte Jr., DeSkinner, Carole Cain] on A clear and informative account of how people reshape their sense of self, negotiate their cultural or "figured" world, and rebel against social norms The ethnographic examples include the efforts .This book addresses the central problem in anthropological theory today: the paradox that humans are products of social discipline yet producers of remarkable improvisation. Synthesizing theoretical contributions by Vygotsky, Bakhtin, and Bour.u, Dorothy Holland and her co-authors examine the processes by which .

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