Anthropology of Everyday: Transformation of Human Behavior under Technological and Social Change




The article uses an approach of romantic psychology developed by Alexander Luria to reflect on the changes in education and everyday consciousness as a result of technological and social-historical transformations of the way of life. It focuses on the fact that the pandemic has become a catalyst for the emergence of blended education. The article discusses the role of cultural-historical psychology in the elaboration of variable education as an expansion of opportunities for personality development. Reasons for repressions of psychological science in totalitarian systems that suppress various manifestations of social and psychological diversity are interpreted.

Author Biography

Alexander G. Asmolov, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Faculty of Psychology, Moscow, Russia

Asmolov Alexander G., Doctor in Psychology, Professor, Head of the Department of Personality Psychology, Faculty of Psychology, Lomonosov Moscow State University; Emeritus Professor of the Lomonosov Moscow State University; member of the Presidential Council for the Development of Civil Society and Human Rights; Head of the School of Anthropology of the Future, Institute for Social Sciences, The Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration.
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