The Problem of Cultural-Historical Typology from the Four-Level-Cognitive-Development Theory Perspective

Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology. 2015. 46 (8), 1010-1022.

27 Pages Posted: 24 Aug 2015

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Vladimir Glebkin

Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration; Gymnasium 1514

Date Written: August 15, 2015

Abstract

The problem of cultural-historical typology is one of the most intriguing issues at the crossroads of psychology and cultural theory. This paper presents a preliminary sketch of the four-level-cognitive-development theory to look at this issue from a new perspective. According to the model suggested, three cultural types are marked out: prehistoric and hunter-gatherer culture, early theoretical culture, and modern industrial culture.

Keywords: cultural-historical typology, four-level-cognitive-development theory

Suggested Citation

Glebkin, Vladimir, The Problem of Cultural-Historical Typology from the Four-Level-Cognitive-Development Theory Perspective (August 15, 2015). Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology. 2015. 46 (8), 1010-1022. , Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2644810

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