1 The Department of Psychology and Educational Studies, Roskilde University2 Department of People and Technology, Roskilde University
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Many institutional and subjective aspects of cultural processes have their own inertia in periods of rapid societal transition. The Chinese modernisation, until recently an independent and fenced societal development, offers a historical laboratory in comparison with a small western society. This paper presents psychosocietal theory of subjectivity and life history approach to empirical research into learning processes and teaching organizations, with a view to sensitize concepts and test their validity in the cross cultural context of modernizing China, by studying work related learning and work identities.
globalization; Subjectivity; Chinese modernisation; ethno-psychoanalysis; Learning
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7th International Conference on Researching Work and Learning, 2011