The cultural nature of human development by barbara rogoff university of california santa cruz dr rogoff was the winner of the william james book award for 2005 for the cultural nature of human development oxford university press 2003 this article is based. The cultural nature of human development is a significant contribution it encourages us to think in fresh ways about both regularity and variation in individuals and the cultural groups of which they are a part. This is an outstanding overview of just what the title says the cultural nature of human development it is great starting place for anyone curious about how kids grow up schooling parenting and many other topics. Barbara rogoff argues however that human development must be understood as a cultural process not simply a biological or psychological one individuals develop as members of a community and their development can only be fully understood by examining the practices and circumstances of their communities. The cultural nature of human development barbara rogoff barbara rogoff argues that human development must be understood as a cultural process individuals develop as participants in their cultural communities engaging with others in shared endeavors and
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