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Cultural-Historical Borderlands: Common Grounds, Limits and Building Bridges in an Early Childhood Community

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This paper discusses how early childhood education may be understood and experienced as a cultural-historical borderland, where mental borders and limits are made by people. Drawing on border theory and cultural-historical theory, different perspectives are considered in the study reported […]

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