European Ph.D on Social Representations and Communication

Multimedia and Distance Learning System

 

21th International Lab Meeting – Winter Session 2013

of the

European Ph.D. on Social Representations and Communication

 

Social Representations

in action and construction in Media and Society

 

DIDACTIC MATERIAL

 

"Meta-Theoretical Analysis of the Social Representations Literature
&
Advanced Training in Complementary Transferable Skills
(writing skills and publishing strategies)"

 

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

Multimedia LAB, P.za Cavalieri di Malta 2, Rome-Italy

 

14th - 15th January 2013

 

 

DIDACTIC MATERIALS FOR THE SESSION ON META-THEORETICAL ANALYSIS (14TH JANUARY 2013)

Meta-Theoretical Analysis of Literature on Social Representations: Basic Guidelines for European PhD Research Trainees

Meta-Theoretical Analysis of Literature on Social Representations: Basic Bibliography on Social Representations

 

DIDACTIC MATERIALS FOR THE SESSION ON TRANSFERABLE SKILLS (15TH JANUARY 2013)

Sources for Bibliometric Tools and documents about the controversial debate concerning the evaluation of scientific and publishing quality from different points of views and from different cultural and geographical contexts and institutional sources (U.S.A., France, Italy, European Commission, Fédération Française des Psychologues et de Psychologie, Italian Society of Psychology, National Agency for the Evaluation of Universities and Research Institutes, The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of the Teaching....).

1. Sources for Bibliometric Tools:

 

2. The genesis of the bibliometric tools and their different adoption in various disciplinary fields:

ANVUR (Italian National Agency for the Evaluation of the Universities and Research Institutes) Criteria for the Evaluation of Research Products.

Falagas, M. Pitsoumi, E. Malietzis, G. Pappas, G. (2008). Comparison of PubMed, Scopus, Web of Science, and Google Scholars: strenghts and weakness , The FASEB Journal, vol. 22 no. 2 338-342

Fanelli, D. (2010). Do pressures to publish increase scientists' bias? An empirical support from US states data. PLoS ONE 5(4), published online 21 April. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0010271.

Figà-Talamanca, A. (2000). L'Impact Factor nella valutazione della ricerca e nello sviluppo dell'editoria scientifica. IV SEMINARIO SISTEMA INFORMATIVO NAZIONALE PER LA MATEMATICA SINM 2000: un modello di sistema informativo nazionale per aree disciplinari (Lecce, 2 Octobre 2000)

Howarth, C. (2011). Getting published on PSR. 17th International Lab Meeting – Winter Session 2011 of the European Ph.D. on Social Representations and Communication (Rome, 13th - 14th January 2011)

LETTRE DES REVUES DE PSYCHOLOGIE DE LANGUE FRANÇAISE À L'AERES: Information publiée le mercredi 7 octobre 2009 par Bérenger Boulay (source : Fédération Française des Psychologues et de Psychologie ) POINTS DE VUE ET DÉBATS

Marada, R. (2011). Publishing backstage policies: increasing the odds of getting published. 17th International Lab Meeting – Winter Session 2011 of the European Ph.D. on Social Representations and Communication (Rome, 13th - 14th January 2011)

Walker, G.E., Golde, C.M., Jones, L., Bueschel, A.C., & Hutchings, P. (2008). The formation of scholars: Rethinking doctoral education for the twenty-first century. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass. Published by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching, Stanford, CA. (ISBN: 978-0470197431)