European Ph.D on Social Representations and Communication

Multimedia and Distance Learning System

7th International Lab Meeting – Winter Session 2007

of the

European Ph.D. on Social Representations and Communication

 

Social Representations

in action and construction in Media and Society

SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMME

"Anthropological approach to Social Representations and qualitative methods"

 at the European PhD on Social Representations & Communication Research Center and

Multimedia LAB, P.za d’Ara Coeli 1, Rome-Italy

 

Symbols:

Different type of sessions:

On line

 

Audio-connected

Video-connected

Web-chat

Video-recorded

Day

Time

Type of session

Topic/Events

Teaching Staff

January

20th

Saturday

Morning

 

10:30-11:30

 

Welcome Address.

 

Presentation of the European Ph.D. on Social Representations and Communication 7th International Lab Meeting Scientific Programme.

 

Prof. Annamaria de Rosa

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

Italy

 

Prof. Denise Jodelet

E.H.E.S.S.

France

 

Eng. Conny Ericsson

Marratech Company

Sweden

 

11:30-12:00

 

Coffee Break

 

12:00-13:00

 

 

Exchange among the on-line participants and the research trainees at the European Ph.D. on S. R. & C. Research Centre & Multimedia Lab.

 

Prof. Annamaria de Rosa

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

Italy

 

Prof. Denise Jodelet

E.H.E.S.S.

France

 

Eng. Conny Ericsson

Marratech Company

Sweden

 

13:00-15:00

 

Break for Lunch

Afternoon

 

15:00-16:00

 

 

Marratech Basic Training.

 

Communicative patterns and Code of Conduct during the e-learning sessions.

 

Eng. Conny Ericsson

Marratech Company

Sweden

 

 

16:00-16:30

 

Coffee Break

 

 

16:30-17:30

 

Marratech Basic Training.

 

Communicative patterns and Code of Conduct during the e-learning sessions.

 

Eng. Conny Ericsson

Marratech Company

Sweden

Day

Time

Type of session

Topic/Events

Teaching Staff

January

21st

Sunday

Morning

 

10:30-13:00

 

 

Off-line

 

Documents and didactic materials to be read and analysed to be able to actively participate in the following training sessions

 

(see List of documents below)

 

Intense Individual Stage

 

13:00-15:00

 

Break for Lunch

Afternoon

 

15:00-17:00

Off-line

 

Documents and didactic materials to be read and analysed to be able to actively participate in the following training sessions

 

(see List of documents below)

Intense Individual Stage

Documents and Scientific Material available on the European Ph.D. on S.R. & C. Website (www.europhd.net):

 

Documents useful for Basic and Advanced Training in European Ph.D. Marratech Web Auditorium:

* Guidebook for the use of the European Ph.D. Marratech 6.1. Web auditorium.

The guide of conduct designed to participate in the on-line events:

* Plumpton, B. (2005). How students can make conferring work. Open University.

 

Selection of Scientific Material related to the Key Lectures:

* Apostolidis, T., Duveen, G., Kalampalikis, N. (2002). Représentations et croyances. Psychologie et société, 5, 7-11.

* Apostolidis, T. (2002). Représentations d’autrui dans le contexte d’une relation intime : remarques topologiques sur les croyances. Psychologie et société, 5, 13-41.

* de Rosa, A.S. (1994). From theory to meta-theory in S.R.: the lines of argument of a theoretical-methodological debate. Social Science information, 33 (2), 273-304.

* de Rosa, A.S. (2002). Le besoin d’une “théorie de la méthode”. In GARNIER C. (ed.) Les formes de la pensée sociale (pp. 151-187). Paris: P.U.F.

* 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.

* de Rosa, A.S., d’Ambrosio, M. (2003). An empirical example of the comparison between multiple correspondence analysis and space analysis: The diffusion of the social representations theory through the institutional context of scientific communication. In S. Levy & D. Elizur (eds.) Facet Theory. Towards Cumulative Social Science (pp. 73-86). Ljubljana: Faculty of Arts, Center for Educational Development.

 

* Duveen, G. (2000). The Power of Ideas. Introduction to S. Moscovici, Social Representations. (pp. 1-17). Cambridge: Polity Press.

* Duveen, G., Lloyd, B. (1993). An ethnographic approach to social representations. In G. Breakwell, D. Canter (Eds) Empirical Approaches to Social Representations (pp 90-109). Oxford: OUP.

* Jodelet, D. (1984). The representation of the body and its transformations.  In Farr, R.M., Moscovici, S. (eds). Social Representations. (pp. 211-237). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

* Jodelet, D. (1991). Introduction. In Denise, J., Duveen, G. (eds.) Madness and Social Representations. (pp. 1-22). London: Harvester Wheatsheaf.

* Jodelet, D. (1993). Indigenous psychologies and social representations of the body and self. In Kim, U., Berry, J.W. (eds). Indigenous psychologies. Research and experience in cultural context. (pp. 177-191). London: SAGE.

 

* Gervais, M., Jovchelovitch, S. (1998). (eds.) The research: health beliefs among the Chinese Community (pp. 1-7). In The Health Beliefs of the Chinese Community in England. London: Health Education Authority.

* Gervais, M., Jovchelovitch, S. (1998). (eds.) Methodological Issue (pp. 8-13). In The Health Beliefs of the Chinese Community in England. London: Health Education Authority.

 * Gervais, M., Jovchelovitch, S. (1998). (eds.) Conclusions and recommendations (pp. 62-71). In The Health Beliefs of the Chinese Community in England. London: Health Education Authority. 

Further bibliographic references related to the Key Lectures:

 

* Apostolidis, T. (2006). Représentations sociales et triangulation: une application en psychologie sociale de la santé. Psicologia. Teoria e Pesquisa, 22 (2), 213-228.

* Apostolidis, T., Deschamps, J.C. (2003). Une approche psychosociale de l’amour: logiques normatives et représentations. Nouvelle Revue de Psychologie sociale, 2 (2), 216-227.

* Apostolidis, T., Rouan, G. Eisenlohr, S. (2003). Construction du rapport aux drogues dans un contexte de précarité. Psychotropes, 9, (2), 65-81.

* Bernstein, B. (1996). Research and Languages of Description. In: B. Bernstein Pedagogy, Symbolic Control and Identity (pp. 134-144). London: Taylor & Francis

* Dany, L., Apostolidis, T. (2002). L’étude des représentations sociales de la drogue et du cannabis : un enjeu pour la prévention. Santé Publique, 14 (4) 335-344.

* Duveen, G. (1997). Psychological development as a social process. In L. Smith, P. Tomlinson, J. Dockerell (Eds), Piaget, Vygotsky and Beyond. London: Routledge.

* Duveen, G. (2000). Piaget Ethnographer. Social Science Information, 39, 79-97.

* Duveen, G. (2001). Representations, Identities, Resistance. In K. Deaux, G. Philogène (Eds) Representations of the Social. (pp. 257-270). Oxford: Blackwell.

* Geertz, C. (1974). The Interpretation of Cultures. New York: Basic Books.

* Gervais, M., Jovchelovitch, S. (1998). The Health Beliefs of the Chinese Community in England. London: Health Education Authority.

* Guareschi, P., Jovchelovitch, S. (1994). Textos em Representações Sociais. Petrópolis: Vozes.

* Holton, G. (1986). The advancement of science, and its burdens. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

* Jessor, R., Colby, A., Shweder, R.A. (1996) (eds.) Ethnography and Human Development. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

* Jodelet, D. (1991). Madness and Social Representations. London: Harvester Wheatsheaf.

* Jodelet, D. (1998). Les Représentations Sociales Et L’étude Du Rapport Homme/Environnement. In A.V.D. Rigas (Ed.) Social Representations And Contemporary Social Problems. (pp. 37-51). Ellinika Grammata.

* Jodelet, D. (2002). Les Représentations Sociales Dans le Champ de la Culture. Social Science Information, 41, 111-133.

* Jodelet, D. (2003). Aperçus Sur Les Méthodologies Qualitatives. In S. Moscovici, F. Buschini (Eds) Les Méthodes Des Sciences Humaines. (139-164). Paris: Presses Universitaires De France.

* Jodelet, D. (1994). Le Corps, La Personne Et Autrui. In S. Moscovici (Ed.) Psychologie Sociale Des Relations À Autrui. (pp. 41-68) Paris: Nathan.

* Jovchelovitch, S. (2000). Representações Sociais e Espaço Público: A construção simbólica dos espaços públicos no Brasil. Petrópolis: Vozes.

* Jovchelovitch, S. (2006). Knowledge in Context: Representation, community and culture. London: Routledge.

* Moscovici, S. (2000). Social Representations: Exploration in social psychology. Cambridge: Polity Press.

* Piaget, J. (1926/1929). The Child's Representation of the World. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul.

* Piaget, J. (1932/1932). The Moral Judgement of the Child. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul.

* Piaget, J. (1941/1952). The Child's Conception of Number. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul.

* Smith, L. (1992). Judgements and Justifications: Criteria for the attribution of children's knowledge in Piagetian research. British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 10, 1-23.

* Vinh-Bang (1966). La Méthode Clinique et la Recherche en Psychologie de l'Enfant. In F. Bresson and M. de Montmollin (Eds) Psychologie et Epistémologie Génétiques: Thèmes Piagétiens (pp. 67-81). Paris: Dunov

Day

Time

Type of session

Topic/Events

Teaching Staff & Research Assistant

January

23th

Tuesday

Morning

10:30-11:30

 

Off-line

 

Interview with the protagonists 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.

Italy

 

Prof. Denise Jodelet

E.H.E.S.S.

France

 

11:30-12:00

 

Coffee Break

 

12:00-13:00

 

Looking at the Jodelet work from the meta-theoretical perspective.

 

Prof. Annamaria de Rosa

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

Italy

 

dr. Maria Libera d’Ambrosio

European Ph.D. on S.R. & C.

Italy

 

13:00-15:00

 

Break for Lunch

Afternoon

15:00-16:00

Key Lecture:

Social Representations researches and the analysis of the 'culture' in anthropology, history and sociology.

 

Key lecture (in French) to be transmitted in audio-conference via web-auditorium and video recorded and disseminated via streaming system in post-event session.

 

Prof. Denise Jodelet

E.H.E.S.S.

France

 

 

16:00-16:30

 

Coffee Break

 

 

16:30-17:30

Collection of questions from participants and answers via the web-auditorium and forum discussion with the key note speaker.

 

Prof. Denise Jodelet

E.H.E.S.S.

France


Day

Time

Type of session

Topic/Events

Teaching Staff

January

24th

Wednesday

Morning

10:30-11:30

Key Lecture:

The construction of the research object and the complexity of the Social Representations phenomena.

 

Key lecture (in French) to be transmitted in audio-conference via web-auditorium and video recorded and disseminated via streaming system in post-event session.

 

Collection of questions from participants and answers via the web-auditorium and forum discussion with the key note speaker.

 

Prof. Denise Jodelet

E.H.E.S.S.

France

 

11:30-12:00

 

Coffee Break

 

12:00-13:00

Key Lecture:

The principles of anthropological approach and qualitative methods.

 

Key lecture (in French) to be transmitted in audio-conference via web-auditorium and video recorded and disseminated via streaming system in post-event session.

 

Collection of questions from participants and answers via the web-auditorium and forum discussion with the key note speaker.

 

Prof. Denise Jodelet

E.H.E.S.S.

France

 

13:00-15:00

 

Break for Lunch

Afternoon

15:00-16:00

Key Lecture: 

Bounds and meaning of some monograph studies:

 

The representations of mental illness and madness in a rural environment.

 

The effects of cultural mutations about the representations of the body.

 

Representations of the environmental problems and the practices of environment protection.

 

Prof. Denise Jodelet

E.H.E.S.S.

France

 

 

16:00-16:30

 

Coffee Break

 

 

16:30-17:30

 

Collection of questions from participants and answers via the web-auditorium and forum discussion with the key note speaker.

 

Prof. Denise Jodelet

E.H.E.S.S.

France

Day

Time

Type of session

Topic/Events

Teaching Staff

January

25th

Thursday

Morning

10:30-11:00

 

Off-line

 

Interview with the protagonists 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.

Italy

 

dr. Themis Apostolidis

Laboratoire de Psychologie Sociale de l’Université de Provence

France

 

11:30-12:00

 

Coffee Break

 

12:00-13:00

Key Lecture:

Social Representations and the construction of the relations with Health: theoretical perspectives .

 

Key lecture to be transmitted in audio-conference via web-auditorium and video recorded and disseminated via streaming system in post-event session.

 

Collection of questions from participants and answers via the web-auditorium and forum discussion with the key note speaker.

 

dr. Themis Apostolidis

Laboratoire de Psychologie Sociale de l’Université de Provence

France

 

 

13:00-15:00

 

Break for Lunch

 

 

Afternoon

 

15:00-16:00

Key Lecture:

 

Social Representations and the construction of the  of the relations with Health: methodological triangulations.

 

Key lecture to be transmitted in audio-conference via web-auditorium and video recorded and disseminated via streaming system in post-event session.

 

dr. Themis Apostolidis

Laboratoire de Psychologie Sociale de l’Université de Provence

France

 

 

16:00-16:30

 

Coffee Break

 

 

16:30-17:30

 

Collection of questions from participants and answers via the web-auditorium and forum discussion with the key note speaker.

 

dr. Themis Apostolidis

Laboratoire de Psychologie Sociale de l’Université de Provence

France


Day

Time

Type of session

Topic/Events

Teaching Staff

January

26th

Friday

Morning

10:30-11:30

 

Off-line

 

Interview with the protagonists 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.

Italy

 

dr. Sandra Jovchelovitch

L.S.E.

U.K.

 

 

11:30-12:00

 

Coffee Break

 

 

12:00-13:00

Key Lecture:

Knowledge in context. Representations Community and Culture: theoretical principles.

 

Key lecture to be transmitted in audio-conference via web-auditorium and video recorded and disseminated via streaming system in post-event session.

 

Collection of questions from participants and answers via the web-auditorium and forum discussion with the key note speaker.

 

dr. Sandra Jovchelovitch

L.S.E.

U.K.

 

 

13:00-15:00

 

Break for Lunch

 

 

Afternoon

15:00-16:30

Key Lecture:

Knowledge in context. Representations Community and Culture: methodological implications.

 

Key lecture to be transmitted in audio-conference via web-auditorium and video recorded and disseminated via streaming system in post-event session.

 

Collection of questions from participants and answers via the web-auditorium and forum discussion with the key note speaker.

 

dr. Sandra Jovchelovitch

L.S.E.

U.K.

 

 

16:30-17:00

 

Coffee Break

 

 

17:00-17:30

 

Presentation of the research project by the European Ph. D research trainees using qualitative methods in their research projects:

 

Social Representations of Domestic Violence: a gendered analysis of Italian Institutions.

 

European Ph.D. on S.R. & C.

Research Trainees.

 

Alessandra Dal Secco

European Ph.D. on S.R. & C.

Italy


Day

Time

Type of session

Topic/Events

Teaching Staff

& Research Assistants

January

27th

Saturday

Morning

10:30-11:30

 

Off-line

 

Interview with the protagonists 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.

Italy

 

dr. Gerard Duveen

University of Cambridge

U.K.

 

11:30-12:00

 

Coffee Break

 

12:00-13:00

Key Lecture:

Making Invisibles Visible.

 

Key lecture to be transmitted in audio-conference via web-auditorium and video recorded and disseminated via streaming system in post-event session.

 

Collection of questions from participants and answers via the web-auditorium and forum discussion with the key note speaker.

 

dr. Gerard Duveen

University of Cambridge

U.K.

 

 

13:00-15:00

 

Break for Lunch

 

 

 

Afternoon

15:00-16:30

Key Lecture:

From Ethnographic Observations to the Analysis of Social Representations.

 

Key lecture to be transmitted in audio-conference via web-auditorium and video recorded and disseminated via streaming system in post-event session.

 

Collection of questions from participants and answers via the web-auditorium and forum discussion with the key note speaker.

 

dr. Gerard Duveen

University of Cambridge

U.K.

 

 

16:30-17:00

 

Coffee Break

 

 

17:00-17:30

Interactive session with the participant.

 

Forum discussion with all of the participants and the Professors

 

Concluding Session at the Lab

 

Completion of the On-line Questionnaires

 

All the Teaching Staff

Day

Time

Type of session

Topic/Events

January

28th

Sunday

Morning

11:00-13:00

 

Off-line

 

Evaluation of the event and suggestions for the future.