Explorations of Shifting Forms of Numerical Representations and Cognitive Functions Grounded in and Emergent from Changing Collective Practices

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Ylva Jannok NuttiSámi University of Applied Sciences, Norway

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In the book Cultural Development of Mathematical Ideas: Papua New Guinea Studies, Geoffery B. Saxe introduces the reader to the traditions of numerical representations of the Oksapmin people of Papua New Guinea. The book offers a rich story of a relational view of cognition and culture at the heart of an indigenous grounding of mathematics education and would be of interest to researchers, teachers, students, and practitioners in the field.

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