European Ph.D on Social Representations and Communication

Multimedia and Distance Learning System


6th International Lab Meeting – Summer Session 2006

12th International Summer School on Social Representations and Communication

 

of the

European Ph.D. on Social Representations and Communication

Social Representations

in action and construction in Media and Society

 

SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMME

  

"Applying Dialogical Approaches and Conversational Analysis

via Focus Groups to Research on Social Representations"

 

at the “Polo didattico”, via Principe Amedeo 184, Rome-Italy

and

at the European PhD on Social Representations & Communication Research Center and Multimedia LAB, P.za d’Ara Coeli 1, Rome-Italy


 


Day

Time

Location

Topic/Events

Teaching Staff & Active Participants

 

August

28th

 

Monday

9:00-15:30

 

HOTEL RADISSON

(Hall)

 

Registration at Hotel Radisson

VIA FILIPPO TURATI, 171

00185 Rome

 

So.Re.Com. THEmatic Network Staff

 

16:00-17:00

AULA MAGNA

OPENING CEREMONY

 

at the “Polo didattico”, via Principe Amedeo 184, Rome-Italy

Welcome from the authorities:

 

 

Prof. Francesco Avallone

Pro-Rector, Dean of the Faculty of Psychology 2

University of Rome "La Sapienza"

Italy

 

 

Prof. Federico Masini

Dean of the Faculty of Oriental Studies

University of Rome "La Sapienza"

Italy

 

 

Prof. Giancarlo d’Alessandro

President of CantierEuropa

Italy

 

 

Dr. Ettore Deodato

European Commission

Directorate General for Education and Culture

 

Welcome talk: Introducing the 8th ICSR, following the routes of previous

ICSR bi-annual conferences:

 

Prof. Annamaria Silvana de Rosa
8 th ICSR Conference, 2006, Rome – Italy


Prof. Silvia Valencia
7 th ICSR Conference, 2004

Guadalajara - Mexico

Prof. Ivana Markova
6 th ICSR Conference, 2002

Stirling – U.K.

Prof. Catherine Garnier
5 th ICSR Conference, 2000

Montreal - Canada

Prof. Javier Uribe
4 th ICSR Conference, 1998

Mexico City - Mexico

Prof. Jean Claude Abric
3rd ICSR Conference, 1996

Aix-en-Provence - France

Prof. Celso Pereira de Sà
2nd ICSR Conference, 1994

Rio de Janeiro - Brazil

Prof. Pina Boggi Cavallo
1th ICSR Conference, 1992

Ravello – Italy

 

17:00-18:00

 

 

Key Lecture:

Des faces caches des Représentations Sociales

 

 

Prof. Claude Flament

Laboratoire de Psychologie Sociale

Université de Aix en Provence

France

18:00-18:30

Coffee Break

18:30-19:10

AULA MAGNA

 

"FUSION DES SONS ET IMAGES"

 

19:10-20:00

 

 

Key Lecture:

La musique comme forme d'expression et de partage des Représentations Sociales

 

 

Prof. Denise Jodelet

Laboratoire de Psychologie Sociale

E.H.E.S.S.

France

 

21:00

HOTEL RADISSON

(Roof Garden)

Social Dinner


·       For the detailed list of Symposia, Round Table and Thematic Discussion Groups and their Location please look at the Scientific Programme of the 8th International Conference on Social Representations (www.europhd.net/8thicsr/program.html). Due to the space constrains only the presentations given by the active participants selected on MSCF-CT-2004-013264 are included in the above table.



Day

Time

Location

Topic/Events

Teaching Staff & Active Participants

 

August

29 th

 

Tuesday

9:30-10:30

 

AULA MAGNA

 

Key Lecture:

Un nuevo ambiente social? Representaciones Sociales y Media 

 

Prof. Pedrinho Guareschi

Pontificia Universidade Catolica do Rio Grande do Sul

Brazil

10:30-11:00

Coffee Break

11:00-13:00

*

Symposia

Round Tables

Thematic Discussion Groups

 

 

 

AULA I

 

La quête de l’ancrage culturel face à la théorie du pouvoir occidental.

 

Risa Permanadeli

Experienced Researcher

University of Jakarta

Indonesia

 

 

 

AULA VIII

 

Can cyber-Representations be generated without Interactive Communication? A New Scope for Social Representations and Communication.

 

Adrian Guzman

European Ph. D. Research Trainee

University of  Rome “la Sapienza”

Italy

 

 

 

AULA III

 

Social Representations and Enterprise Communication: Profile of Benetton galaxy between Organizational dynamics and featured representations in the target sample.

Elena Bocci

Experienced Researcher

University of  Rome “la Sapienza”

Italy

 

13:00-15:00

Lunch

15:00-16:45

*

Thematic Session

 

 

AULA III

 

Science, Economy and Nature Protection: A system of Social Representations.

 

Sabine Caillaud

Candidate for a doctoral programme

in Social Sciences

Université Lumière Lyon

France

 

 

 

AULA VIII

 

Représentationes Sociales et effets locaux des contrôles automatiques de la vitesse.

 

David Castella

Ph. D. Research Trainee

Université de Provence Marseille I

France

 

 

 

AULA VIII

 

Emergence d’une Représentation et Dinamiques representationnelles: Effets de la Pratique du Limiteur de Vitesse (la via) sur les Représentations Sociales associèes à la vitesse.

 

 

Carine Pianelli

European Ph. D. Research Trainee

Université de Provence Marseille I

France

 

 

 

AULA I

 

Ideological issue in the 2004 American Presidential election: same sex marriage.

 

 

Joshua Marvle Phelps

Candidate for a doctoral programme

in Social Sciences

University of Oslo

Norway

 

16:45-17:15

Coffee Break

17:15-19:20

 

AULA MAGNA

 

Grand Atelier:

 

Looking at the history of Social Psychology from the two sides of the Atlantic.

 

 

Prof. Annamaria de Rosa

So.Re.Com THEmatic NETwork Coordinator

University of Rome "La Sapienza"

Italy

 


  For the detailed list of Symposia, Round Table and Thematic Discussion Groups and their Location please look at the Scientific Programme of the 8th International Conference on Social Representations (www.europhd.net/8thicsr/program.html). Due to the space constrains only the presentations given by the active participants selected on MSCF-CT-2004-013264 are included in the above table.


Day

Time

Location

Topic/Events

Teaching Staff & Active Participants

 

August

30 th

 

Wednesday

 

9:30-10:30

 

AULA MAGNA

 

Key Lecture:

Rumeurs et Connaissance.

 

 

Prof. Michel Luis Rouquette

Institut de Psychologie

Paris V

France

10:30-11:00

Coffee Break

11:00-13:00

 

*

 

Symposia

Round Tables

Thematic Discussion Groups

 

 

 

AULA IV

Representaciones Sociales sobre la enseñanza universitaria y su resignificacion en el proceso de formacion docente.

 

Nestor Ricardo Pievi

Ph. D. Research Trainee

Ciencias Sociales

Argentina

 

 

 

AULA III

Migrants rights an instrument for the exploration of the Representational fields.

Andrea Davolo

European Ph. D. Research Trainee

University of Parma

Italy

 

 

 

AULA III

Eurosky Compass: Projective spaces of Geo Politics Representations and Multidimensional Identity dynamics.

Maria Libera D’Ambrosio

European Ph. D. Research Trainee

University of Rome “la Sapienza”

Italy

 

 

 

AULA III

Familiarization Processes at the introduction of the Euro.

Cristina Gioiosa

European Ph. D. Research Trainee

University of Rome “la Sapienza”

Italy

 

13:00-15:00

Lunch

15:00-16:45

 

*

 

Thematic Session

 

 

 

AULA III

Longitudinal study on the Social representation of Corruption in Romania.

Octavian Onici

Ph. D. Research Trainee

"Alexandru Ioan Cuza" University of Iasi

Romania

 

 

 

AULA X

Estabilishing a Comparative judgement anchors and frames of GM food Representations.

Anne Katrin Schlag

Experienced Researcher

L. S. E.

UK

 

 

 

AULA X

Effet des pratiques de consommation sur les Représentationes Sociales du Vin.

Grégory Lo Monaco

Ph. D. Research Trainee

Université de Provence Marseille I

France

 

 

 

AULA X

Social Representations of new food through word association.

Michelle Pieri

Ph. D. Research Trainee

University of Milan "Bicocca"

Italy

 

16:45-17:15

Coffee Break

17:15-18:15

 

AULA MAGNA

 

Key Lecture:

Représentationes Sociales et Sécurité Routière.

 

 

Prof. Jean Claude Abric

Departement de Psychologie

Université de Provence Marseille I

France

 



Day

Time

Location

Topic/Events

Teaching Staff & Active Participants

 

August

31th

 

Thursday

9:30-10:30

 

 

AULA MAGNA

 

Key Lecture:

The Social Sharing of Emotion

 

Prof. Bernard Rime

Department of Psychology

University of Louvain Belgium

10:30-11:00

Coffee Break

11:00-13:00

 

 

*

 

Symposia

Round Tables

Thematic Discussion Groups

 

13:00-15:00

Lunch

 

15:00-16:45

 

*

 

Thematic Session

 

 

AULA II

L’apport des Valeurs au processus d’Objectivation et d’Ancrage: l’exemple des Représentations Sociales de la politique.

Dr. Maria Geka

Experienced Researcher

University of

Western Macedonia

Greece

 

16:45-17:15

Coffee Break

Free Time for Visiting Rome


For the detailed list of Symposia, Round Table and Thematic Discussion Groups and their Location please look at the Scientific Programme of the 8th International Conference on Social Representations (www.europhd.net/8thicsr/program.html). Due to the space constrains only the presentations given by the active participants selected on MSCF-CT-2004-013264 are included in the above table.



Day

Time

Location

Topic/Events

Teaching Staff & Active Participants

 

September

1st

 

Friday

10:00-11:00

 

CAMPIDOGLIO

SALA GIULIO CESARE

 

“Campidoglio” CEREMONY

 

With the participation of

 

dr. Walter Veltroni

Major of Rome

Italy

 

dr. Jean-Léonard Touadi

University & Youth Policies Councilllor

Italy

 

Prof. Mario Morcellini

Rector’s delegate for Communication &

Dean Faculty of Communication Sciences

University of Rome "La Sapienza"

Italy

 

dr. Antonella Cammisa

Head of International Relations Division

University of Rome "La Sapienza"

Italy

 

Pier Virgilio Dastoli

Director of the

European Commission

Representation in

Italy

 

 

11:00-12:00

 

 

Key Lecture:

 

Paris - Rome:

contexts transformation, dynamic images and identity continuity of the twin Capitals in people and media.

 

 

Prof. Annamaria de Rosa

So.Re.Com THEmatic NETwork Coordinator

University of Rome "La Sapienza"

Italy

 

 

12:00-13:00

 

 

Key Lecture:

 

Title to be defined.

 

Prof. Serge Moscovici

LEPS –

MSH - Maison des Sciences de l'Homme

France

 

 

17:00-19:00

European Ph.D. on S.R. & C. Research Centre and Multimedia Lab

Piazza d’Ara Coeli, 1

00186 Rome

 

Interviews for selecting new candidates for the European Ph.D. on Social Representations and Communication

 

 

Reserved to the European Ph.D. Recruitment board


Day

Time

Location

Topic/Events

Teaching Staff & Active Participants

 

September

2nd

 

Saturday

9:00-10:30

 

AULA XII

at the “Polo didattico”, via Principe Amedeo 184, Rome-Italy

 

Key Lecture:

The focus group as a technique for investigating Social Representations through a dialogical and conversational analysis

 

Prof. Nikos Kalampalikis

Department of Psychology

Université de

Lyon II

France

 

10:30-11:00

Coffee Break

11:00-13:00

 

AULA XII

 

Advanced Methodological Training:

The Prospero Software program: An alternative tool for the study of Social Representation

 

Prof. Nikos Kalampalikis

Department of Psychology

Université de

Lyon II

France

 

13:00-14:00

Lunch

14:00-15:30

 

AULA XII

 

Interview with the protagonist of the scientific field:

Between a personal biography and the biography of the Social Representations theory

 

Prof. Annamaria de Rosa

Scientific Co-ordinator of the European Ph.D. on S.R. & C.

University of Rome "La Sapienza"

Italy

 

Prof. Nikos Kalampalikis

Department of Psychology

Université de

Lyon II

France



Day

Time

Location

Final Jury

European Doctorate Candidate

 

September

3rd

 

Sunday

11:00-13:00

 

European Ph.D. on S.R. & C. Research Centre and Multimedia Lab

Piazza d’Ara Coeli, 1

00186 Rome

 

Prof. Annamaria de Rosa

(main tutor)

Scientific Co-ordinator of the European Ph.D. on S.R. & C.

University of Rome "La Sapienza"

Italy

 

Prof. Serge Moscovici

(foreign tutor)

MSH - Maison des Sciences de l'Homme

France

 

Prof. Jorge Jesuino

(foreign tutor)

ISCTE – Lisbon

Portugal

 

Prof. Bruno Mazzara

Faculty of Communications Science

University of Rome "La Sapienza"

Italy

 

Prof. Adrian Neculau

Department of Psychology

Iasi University

Romania

 

Prof. Jose Valencia

Department of Social psychology

Universidad del Pais Vasco

Spain

 

 

dr. Elena Bocci

 

Social Representations, mass communication, psychology of tourism.

 

 

 

 

Final Jury

External Experts:

 

 

Prof. Alberto Rosa

Psicología Básica

Universidad Autónoma de Madrid

Spain

 

 

 

Prof. Ivana Markova

Psychology

Universidad of Stirling

Uk

13:00-15:00

Lunch

 

15:00-17:00

 

European Ph.D. on S.R. & C. Research Centre and Multimedia Lab

Piazza d’Ara Coeli, 1

00186 Rome

 

Prof. Annamaria de Rosa

(main tutor)

Scientific Co-ordinator of the European Ph.D. on S.R. & C.

University of Rome "La Sapienza"

Italy

 

Prof. Denise Jodelet

(foreign tutor)

Laboratoire de Psychologie Sociale

E.H.E.S.S.

France

 

Prof. Adrian Neculau

(foreign tutor)

Department of Psychology

Iasi University

Romania

 

Prof. Bruno Mazzara

Faculty of Communications Science

University of Rome "La Sapienza"

Italy

 

Prof. Serge Moscovici

MSH - Maison des Sciences de l'Homme

France

 

Prof. Jorge Jesuino

ISCTE – Lisbon

Portugal

 

Prof. Jose Valencia

Department of Social psychology

Universidad del Pais Vasco

Spain

 

 

dr. Marialibera d’Ambrosio

 

The transformation of Social Representations in changing metropolitan contexts.

 

 

 

 

Final Jury

External Experts:

 

 

 

Prof. Alberto Rosa

Psicología Básica

Universidad Autónoma de Madrid

Spain

 

 

 

Prof. Ivana Markova

Department of Psychology

University of Stirling

Uk



Day

Time

Location

Topic/Events

Teaching Staff & Active Participants

 

September

4th

 

Monday

9:00-13:00

 

AULA XII

at the “Polo didattico”, via Principe Amedeo 184, Rome

 

Key Lecture:

Applying Dialogical Approaches and Conversational Analysis via Focus Groups to Research on S.R.:

 Theoretical Assumptions

 

Prof. Ivana Markova

Department of Psychology

University of Stirling

UK

13:00-15:00

Lunch

15:00-16:40

 

AULA XII

 

History and Social Representations of the past.

 

Prof. Alberto Rosa

Psicología Básica

Universidad Autónoma de Madrid

Spain

 

16:40-17:00

Coffee Break

17:00-18:00

 

AULA XII

 

Narrative Representations and Construction of “Collaboration” and “Teaching”

among a group of Italian Teachers

 

 

Luca Tateo

Centro di Ateneo per l'Orientamento e il Tutorato

University of Salerno

Italy

 



Day

Time

Location

Topic/Events

Teaching Staff / Active Participants

 

September

5th

 

Wednesday

9:00-10:30

 

 

AULA XII

 

Key Lecture:

Applying Dialogical Approaches and Conversational Analysis via Focus Groups to Research on S.R.: Methodological Implications

 

Prof. Ivana Markova

Department of Psychology

University of Stirling

UK

10:30-11:00

Coffee Break

11:00-13:00

 

 

AULA XII

 

 

Interview with the protagonist of the scientific field:

Between a personal biography and the biography of the Social Representations theory

 

Prof. Annamaria de Rosa

Scientific Co-ordinator of the European Ph.D. on S.R. & C.

University of Rome "La Sapienza"

Italy

 

13:00-15:00

Lunch

15:00-16:40

 

AULA XII

 

Evaluation of the event and suggestions for the future

 

Concluding Session at the Lab

 

Completion of the On-line Questionnaires.

 

 

Prof. Annamaria de Rosa

Scientific Co-ordinator of the European Ph.D. on S.R. & C.

University of Rome "La Sapienza"

Italy

 



Day

 

 

September

6th

 

Thursday

 

DEPARTURE DAY



Selection of related Ivana Markova’s articles:

* Markova, I. (2003a). Social representations: old and new. In I. Markova (Ed), Dialogicality and Social Representations: The Dynamics of Mind (pp. 118-146). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

* Markova, I. (2003b). Dialogical triads and three-component processes. In I. Markova (Ed), Dialogicality and Social Representations: The Dynamics of Mind (pp. 147-177). Cambridge: Cambridge University press.

* Markova, I. (2003c). Les focus groups. In S. Moscovici, F. Buschini (Eds), Les methods des Sciences Humaines (pp. 221-242). Paris: Presses Universitaires de France.

Selection of related Nikos Kalampalikis’ articles:

* Orfali, B., Markova, I. (2002). Analogies in focus group: from the victim to the murderer and from the murderer to the victim. European Review of Applied Psychology, 52 (3-4), 263-271.

* Kalampalikis, N., Buschini, F. (2002a). The Prospero Software program: An alternative tool for the study of Social Representation. European Review of Applied Psychology, 52 (3-4), 24l-251.

* Kalampalikis, N. (2002b). La synonymie, l’analogie et la taxinomie: trios formes de categorization pour l’etude des representations socials. Garnier, C., & Doise, W. (Eds.), Les representationes Sociales. Montreal: Editions nouvelles.

Bibliographic references on Focus-Group, Discursive Psychology and empirical research on Social Representations:

* Collins, S. & Markovà, I. (2004). Collaborative statements: New method in the study of data issued from focus groups/Les énoncés collaboratifs: Nouvelle méthode dans l'étude des données issues de focus groups. Bulletin de Psychologie, 57 (3), 291-298.

* Cvetkovich, G. T. & Winter, P. L. (2003). Trust and social representations of the management of threatened and endangered species. Environment and Behavior, 35 (2), 286-307.

* de Oliveira, D. C., de Sá, C. P., Fischer, F. M., Martins, I. S. & Teixeira, L. R. (2001). Future and freedom: The work and the school institution in the social representations of adolescents/Futuro e liberdade: O trabalho e a instituição escolar nas representações sociais de adolescentes. Estudos de Psicologia, 6 (2), 245-258.

* de Rosa, A.S. (2006)  The boomerang effect of radicalism in Discursive Psychology: A critical overview of the controversy with the Social Representations Theory. Journal for the theory of Social Behaviour, 36 (2), pp. 161-201.

* Jaffre, Y. & Prual, A. (1994). Midwives in niger: An uncomfortable position between social behaviours and health care constraints. Social science & medicine, 38 (8), 1069-1073.

* Jovchelovitch, S. & Zittoun, T. (2004). Contextualizing focus groups: Understanding the groups and the cultures within research about representations/Contextualiser les focus groups: Comprendre les groupes et les cultures dans la recherche sur les représentations. Bulletin de Psychologie, 57 (3), 245-252.

* Kalampalikis, N. (2004). Focus groups, anchoring places/Les focus groups, lieux d'ancrages. Bulletin de Psychologie, 57 (3), 281-289.

* Kitzinger, J., Kalampalikis, N. & Orfali, B. (2004). The sand in the oyster: Analyzing focus group discussions/Le sable dans l'huître: Analyser des discussions de focus group. Bulletin de Psychologie, 57 (3), 299-307.

* Kruger, R.A., Casey, M.A. (2000). Focus Groups: A practical guide for applied research. SAGE publication: London.

* Lloyd, B., Lucas, K. & Fernbach, M. (1997). Adolescent girls' constructions of smoking identities: Implications for health promotion. Journal of adolescence, 20 (1), 43-56.

* Moloney, G. & Walker, I. (2002). Talking about transplants: Social representations and the dialectical, dilemmatic nature of organ donation and transplantation. British Journal of Social Psychology, 41 (2), 299-320.