European Ph.D on Social Representations and Communication

Multimedia and Distance Learning System

14th International Lab Meeting – Summer Session 2009
15thInternational 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

 

LIST OF PROFESSORS

"Cultural and cross-cultural approaches to social representations:
The implications of the globalised/localised cultural scenarios"

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

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

in combination with worldwide on-line connection points

 

23rd - 30th August, 2009

 

 

Name and Surname

Nationality

Place of work &

Home Institution

Dates of presence

Title of Presentation

1.     

Dr. Aleksandra BORKOWSKA Polish Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski University August 26th 2009 Psychological journey across cultures: Searching for a happy nation

2.     

Prof. Annamaria DE ROSA Italian

University of Rome

“La Sapienza”

(Italy)

Continuous Culture is not a hamburger: Cultural and cross-cultural psychology and social representations

3.     

Eng. Conny ERICSSON Swedish

Marratech Company

(Sweden)

Continuous

Marratech Training sessions on European Ph.D. Web Auditorium.

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

4.     

Dr. Paszkal KISS Hungarian Eötvös Loránd University August 26th 2009 National identity, representation of ‘Us’ and ‘Others’ in international relations

5.     

Prof. James LIU Chinese

University of Wellington

(New Zealand)

August 27th 2009

1- Social Representations and Culture: A European-Asian Approach to Symbolic Meaning

2- The symbolic theory of history and identity

6. Prof. Dario PAEZ Spanish

Universidad del Pais Vasco

(Spain)

August 28th
2009
7. Prof. Jean-Marie SECA French

Université de Versailles

(France)

August 25th
2009

1- Global Market and Popular Cultures: what links with the Social Representations Theory?

2- The Status and Representations of Minority Underground Music Producers