To claim a reduction
Members of ISCAR can claim a reduction by contacting the publisher directly (follow the link below the book). If there is no link, then contact the publisher through their website.
The book is small and expensive but the author managed to ensure 65% discount for ISCAR members
Oxford University Press offers 15% discount to this hardcover book, which articulates a bold, new, systematic theory of psychology, culture, and their interrelation.
Springer offers 25% discount to this hardcover book which provides an excellent up-to-date account about cultural, historical and anthropological perspectives on children, development and education.
Erythros Press offers 10% discount to ISCAR members for a series of books i.e. One is not Born a Personality by Karl Levitin, Awakening to Life by Alexander Meshcheryakov and others.
Information Age Publishing offers to ISCAR members all paperbacks of the series “Advances in Cultural Psychology” at the discount price of $30.00 including shipping within the US. The discount price is $37.50 including shipping to any place else in the world (this is a significant discount given that all books cost more than §45.) The offer is valid until April 30, 2011
ISCAR members can find detailed information about all the books here: http://infoagepub.com/series/Advances-in-Cultural-Psychology ISCAR members can order at the special price by contacting the customer service department at +1-704-752-9125 ext 2. or through email to: email@example.com
Attached below is link containing several recently published Cambridge University Press books on which a 20% discount is applied for offering to the ISCAR members.
New Title from Anthem Press – ‘Dialogics of Self, the Mahabharata and Culture: A Historical Analysis of Agriculture and Society’ ( By Lakshmi Bandlamudi), 30% discount for ISCAR members, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
‘Dialogics of Self, the Mahabharata and Culture: A Historical Analysis of Agriculture and Society’ http://www.anthempress.com/index.php/dialogics-of-self-the-mahabharata-and-culture.html By Lakshmi Bandlamudi
‘Dialogics of Self, the Mahabharata and Culture: The History of Understanding and Understanding of History’ explores the interrelationships between individual and cultural historical dynamics in interpreting texts, using key concepts from Bakhtin’s theory of dialogics. This ambitious volume discusses the limits of fixed monologic discourses and the benefits of fluid dialogic discourses, and provides a cultural and psychological analysis of the epic Indian text the ‘Mahabharata’. The problem addressed by ‘Dialogics of Self, the Mahabharata and Culture’ is not just how we understand and narrate history, but also how the very mechanism by which we understand and narrate history itself has a history. This volume is about the interplay of several histories – that of the individual, individual’s past relationship to the text, which in turn is dependent on the nature of encounters they have had in the past, and the history of the text, and the very history of understanding.
For your reference, please click on the link below to see a book info sheet for this title. ‘Dialogics of Self, the Mahabharata and Culture’ https://wpcpress.box.net/shared/static/nx6dtokth3.pdf
25% Discount on subscriptions to the journal Ethos!
ISCAR is happy to announce a new cooperation with Ethos, an interdisciplinary and international quarterly journal devoted to scholarly articles dealing with the interrelationships between the individual and the sociocultural milieu, between the psychological disciplines and the social disciplines.
The discounted rate established especially for ISCAR members is 25% off the personal subscription rate (US$88/ £44/€56 – 25%).
To take advantage of this offer ISCAR members simply need to either phone or email Lynne McCumber, the marketer from Wiley-Blackwell responsible for supporting Ethos. Her phone number is +1 781 388 8394 and her email is email@example.com.
In turn, members can pay with a credit card (VISA, MasterCard, or American Express). A subscription to Ethos includes print copies from the current volume and online access to all issues back to 1997. Additional information about Ethos, including a free sample issue, can be found on http://www.wiley.com/bw/journal.asp?ref=0091-2131&site=1m
ISSN 1816-5435, ISSN 2224-8935 (online)
Cultural-Historical Psychology is an international scientific publication aimed at professionals particularly interested in patterns of human development: psychologists, historians and methodologists of science, philosophers, special education teachers, anthropologists and specialists in various fields of anthropology.
Affiliated with the European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction (EARLI) and the International Society for Cultural and Activity Research (ISCAR). The new journal is under the co-editorship of Harry Daniels, University of Bath, UK, Anne Edwards, University of Oxford, UK, Neil Mercer, University of Cambridge, UK and Roger Saljo, University of Gothenburg, Sweden, and is now open to receive your submissions.