A abordagem de Vygotsky em relação à deficiência no contexto dos debates e desafios contemporâneos: Mapeando os próximos passos (“Edição Especial – a Defectologia de Vygotsky”)

  • Anna Stetsenko Center of The City University of New York
  • Bento Selau Universidade Federal do Pampa




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Stetsenko, A., & Selau, B. (2018). A abordagem de Vygotsky em relação à deficiência no contexto dos debates e desafios contemporâneos: Mapeando os próximos passos (“Edição Especial – a Defectologia de Vygotsky”). Educação, 41(3), 315-333. https://doi.org/10.15448/1981-2582.2018.3.32668