European Ph.D on Social Representations and Communication

Multimedia and Distance Learning System


17th International Lab Meeting – Winter Session 2011

of the

European Ph.D. on Social Representations and Communication


Social Representations

in action and construction in Media and Society



"The Meta-Theoretical Analysis of the Social Representations Literature and Advanced Training in Complementary Transferable Skills (Publishing Strategies)"

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

Multimedia LAB, d’Ara Coeli 1, Rome-Italy


13th - 14th January 2011



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. (2001). 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. (2003). Communication versus discourse. The “boomerang” effect of  the radicalism in discourse analysis. In J. Laszlo & W. Wagner (eds.) Theories and controversies in Societal Psychology (pp. 56-101). Budapest: New Mandate.

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.

de Rosa, A.S. (Ed.)(2008). Special Issue “Looking at the History of Social Psychology and Social Representations: Snapshot views from two sides of the Atlantic", Rassegna di Psicologia, Roma, Italy: Carocci.

Laurens, S. (2009). L'étrange classement des revues de psychologie et le cas mystérieux du Bulletin de psychologie. Bulletin de Psychologie, tome 62 (1) / 499, pp.67-78

Papers on Social Representations