European Ph.D on Social Representations and Communication

Multimedia and Distance Learning System

 

28th International Lab Meeting – Summer Session 2015
21st International Summer School on Social Representations and Communication

of the

European/International Joint Ph.D. in Social Representations and Communication

 

SCIENTIFIC MATERIALS

 

Mapping the impact and dissemination of the social representation theory across different geo-cultural contexts around the world: from Europe towards other continents

 

 at the European/International Joint PhD in Social Representations & Communication Research Center and Multimedia LAB, P.za Cavalieri di Malta 2, Rome-Italy

 

18th - 25th July 2015

 

Bibliographic References related to Prof. Brigido Camargo's Key Lecture:

Camargo, B. V. (2015). Serge Moscovici (14/06/1925 - 16/11/2014): um percussor inovador na Psicologia Social. Memorandum, 28, 240-245. ISSN 1676-1669

Temas em Psicologia (2011). Special Issue "50 anos da Teoria das Representações Sociais", vol. 19(1). ISSN 1413-389X

 

Bibliographic References related to Prof. Martha De Alba's Key Lecture:

Capron, G., & De Alba, M. (2010). Creating the Middle-class Suburban Dream in Mexico City. Culturales, 6(11), 159-183.

De Alba, M. (2011). Social Representations of Urban Spaces: A Comment on Mental Maps of Paris. Papers on Social Representations Vol. 20, pp. 29.1-29.14. ISSN: 1021-5573

De Alba, M. (2012). A methodological approach to the study of urban memory: Narratives about Mexico City. In Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung/Forum: Qualitative Social Research (Vol. 13, No. 2).

De Alba, M. (2014). Imaginary Maps and Urban Memory: Elements for the Study of Territorial Identity. Papers on Social Representations Vol. 23, pp. 16.1-16.29. ISSN: 1021-5573

 

Bibliographic References related to Prof. Annamaria de Rosa's Key Lecture:

a) Europe and the world in general

de Rosa, A.S., d’Ambrosio, M.L. (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, Slovenia: University of Ljubljana.

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

de Rosa, A.S. (2011) 1961-1976: a meta-theoretical analysis of the two editions of the “Psychanalyse, son image et son public”, in Howarth C., Kalampalikis, N. Castro, P. (2011, forthcoming) Eds. A half century of social representations: discussion on some recommended papers, Special Issue, Papers on Social Representations., vol. 20, Issue 2, Online. ISSN 1819-3978

de Rosa , A.S. (2011) Introduzione all’edizione italiana S. Moscovici (1976) La Psicoanalisi: la sua immagine il suo pubblico, Unicopli, Milano

de Rosa, A.S. (2013). Taking stock: a theory with more than half a century of history.  Introduction to: A.S. de Rosa (Ed.), Social Representations in the "social arena": the theory in contexts faced with “social demand” (pp. 1-63.) Routledge, New York – London. ISBN 978-0-415-59119-5.

de Rosa, A.S. (2013). Research fields in Social Representations: snapshot views from a meta-theoretical analysis. In A.S. de Rosa (Ed.), Social Representations in the "social arena": the theory in contexts faced with “social demand” (pp. 89-124), Routledge, New York – London. ISBN 978-0-415-59119-5.

de Rosa, A.S. (2014) The “Impact of the Impact”: Geo-Mapping The Social Representations Theory Facing The Global Dissemination Challenge in the Bibliometric Culture Era.  Symposium  Social Representations Theory: Facing the Challenges, organised  by A.S. de Rosa by invitation, 12th International Conference on Social Representations and IV Luso-Brazilian Colloquium on Health, Education and Social Representations, São Paulo, Brazil, 20th-23th July/2014.

de Rosa, A.S. (2015) The Use of Big-Data and Meta-Data from the So.Re.Com A.S. de Rosa @-Library for Geo-Mapping the Social Representation Theory’s Diffusion over the World and its Bibliometric Impact, 9th International Technology, Education and Development Conference, INTED2015, (Madrid, SPAIN, 2-4 of March, 2015). In INTED 2015 Proceedings, Madrid: INTED Publications.

de Rosa, A.S. (in press) The “Impact of the Impact”: Geo-Mapping The Social Representations Theory Facing The Global Dissemination Challenge In The Bibliometric Culture Era. Acts of the 12th International Conference on Social Representations and IV Luso-Brazilian Colloquium on Health, Education and Social Representations, São Paulo, Brazil, 20th-23th July/2014.

de Rosa, A.S. (forthcoming) From a solitaire homme de réseaux to a network of networks: Geo-Mapping the Global Dissemination of the Social Representations Theory and its Impact in the Bibliometric Culture Era. In G. Lo Monaco, S. Delouvée, P. Rateaux (Eds.), Les représentatiions sociales. Editions de Boeck, Belgique.

Doise, W. (2001). Un projet européen poir la psychologie sociale. In F. Buschini & N. Kalampalikis (Eds), Penser la vie, le social, la nature. Mélanges en l’honneur de Serge Moscovici. Paris, Editions de la Maison des sciences de l’homme.

Duveen, G. (2001). Genesis and Structure: Piaget and Moscovici. In F. Buschini & N. Kalampalikis (Eds), Penser la vie, le social, la nature. Mélanges en l’honneur de Serge Moscovici. Paris, Editions de la Maison des sciences de l’homme.

Emiliani, F., & Palmonari, A. (2001). Psychologie sociale et question naturelle. In F. Buschini & N. Kalampalikis (Eds), Penser la vie, le social, la nature. Mélanges en l’honneur de Serge Moscovici. Paris, Editions de la Maison des sciences de l’homme.

Flament, C. (2001). Representation sociale et normativite: quelques pistes. In F. Buschini & N. Kalampalikis (Eds), Penser la vie, le social, la nature. Mélanges en l’honneur de Serge Moscovici. Paris, Editions de la Maison des sciences de l’homme.

Jodelet, D.  (2005). Vinte anos da teoria das representações sociais no Brasil. In D.C. Olveira, P.H.F. Campos (eds.), Representações sociais uma teoria sem fronteiras. Rio de Janeiro: Museu da República.

Jodelet, D. (2011). Returning to past features of Moscovic's theory to feed the future. Papers on Social Representations, 20, 19.1-19.11.

Jodelet, D. (2012). Social representations study and interlocution between knowledges in a globalized space. In Permanadeli, R., Jodelet, D., Sugiman, T. (Eds.), Production of Knowledge and Social Representations. Jakarta, University of Indonesia.

Jodelet, D. (2015). Représentations sociales. Contribution à un savoir socio-culturel sans frontière. In D. Jodelet, Representations sociales et modes de vie. Textes édités par Nikos Kalampalikis. Paris: Éditions des Archives Contemporaines - Psychologie du social.

Kogan, N. (2001). Reflection on a thirty-five year friendship. In F. Buschini & N. Kalampalikis (Eds), Penser la vie, le social, la nature. Mélanges en l’honneur de Serge Moscovici. Paris, Editions de la Maison des sciences de l’homme.

Lage, E. (2001). L’influence minoritaire et la minorité d’un seul. In F. Buschini & N. Kalampalikis (Eds), Penser la vie, le social, la nature. Mélanges en l’honneur de Serge Moscovici. Paris, Editions de la Maison des sciences de l’homme.

Lobrot, M. (2001). Moscovici, le rebelle. In F. Buschini & N. Kalampalikis (Eds), Penser la vie, le social, la nature. Mélanges en l’honneur de Serge Moscovici. Paris, Editions de la Maison des sciences de l’homme.

Moscovici, S., & Marková, I. (1998) Presenting social representations: A conversation. Culture and Psychology, 4(3), 371 - 410.

Neculau, A. (2001). Context manipulation and the control of social representations. In F. Buschini & N. Kalampalikis (Eds), Penser la vie, le social, la nature. Mélanges en l’honneur de Serge Moscovici. Paris, Editions de la Maison des sciences de l’homme.

Nemeth, C.J. (2001). The art of mentoring: it’s personal. A tribute to Serge Moscovici. In F. Buschini & N. Kalampalikis (Eds), Penser la vie, le social, la nature. Mélanges en l’honneur de Serge Moscovici. Paris, Editions de la Maison des sciences de l’homme.

Pires Valentim, J. Forte, T. Figueiredo, A. (2013). Psychosocial explanation in Psychology: the Portuguese case and comment to Torres & Neves, Estudos de Psicologia, 18(1) , Janeiro-março/2013, 13-16

Rouquette, M.-L. (2001). Retour aux foules. In F. Buschini & N. Kalampalikis (Eds), Penser la vie, le social, la nature. Mélanges en l’honneur de Serge Moscovici. Paris, Editions de la Maison des sciences de l’homme.

Smith, C.W. (2001). Reflection on Serge Moscovici: social representations and reality. In F. Buschini & N. Kalampalikis (Eds), Penser la vie, le social, la nature. Mélanges en l’honneur de Serge Moscovici. Paris, Editions de la Maison des sciences de l’homme.

Wagner, W. (2001). The social representations communication network and its consequences – A personal account. In F. Buschini & N. Kalampalikis (Eds), Penser la vie, le social, la nature. Mélanges en l’honneur de Serge Moscovici. Paris, Editions de la Maison des sciences de l’homme.

Zavalloni, M. (2001). Faire émerger le nouveu, anticiper le future. In F. Buschini & N. Kalampalikis (Eds), Penser la vie, le social, la nature. Mélanges en l’honneur de Serge Moscovici. Paris, Editions de la Maison des sciences de l’homme.

 

b) Latin America

Acosta, M.T. (2001). La presence de Serge Moscovici au Mexique. In F. Buschini & N. Kalampalikis (Eds), Penser la vie, le social, la nature. Mélanges en l’honneur de Serge Moscovici. Paris, Editions de la Maison des sciences de l’homme.

Almeida A., Trindade Z., Santos F. (eds.) (2011). Teoria das Representações sociais – 50 anos. Memórias, desafios contemporâneos e perspectivas. Technopolitik e Centro Moscovici, MEMORES/UERJ, REPSO/UFES, LABINT/UFPE, Brasilia.

Arruda, A. (2001). Moscovici et les representations sociales au Brésil: des idées pour lesquelles se batter. In F. Buschini & N. Kalampalikis (Eds), Penser la vie, le social, la nature. Mélanges en l’honneur de Serge Moscovici. Paris, Editions de la Maison des sciences de l’homme.

Arruda, A. (2012). Transit of Knowledge: a View from Brazilian Literature. In R. Permanadeli, D. Jodelet, T. Sugiman, S. Moscovici, Alternative Production of Knowledge and Social Representation. Jakarata: Graduate Program of European Studies.

Bertoldo, R., Bousfield, A., Justo, A.M. & Wachelke, J. (2011). Spreading the theory in the lusophone world. Contributions of Jorge Vala's Chapter to the Brazilian developments of Social Representations, Papers on Social Representations, Vol. 20, 18.1-18.19

Cerchi Soares Ferreira, G., Wachelke, J. (2014). Investigação dos grupos estudados em publicações sobre representações sociais, do surgimento da teoria ao ano de 2013. Presented at the XII International Conference on Social Representations, 23-27 July 2014, Sao Paolo, Brazil.

Jodelet, D. (2000). Representaciones sociales: para un saber sin fronteras. In D. Jodelet & A. Guerrero (Eds), Develando la Cultura. Mexico, UNAM, pp. 7-30

Jodelet, D.  (2005). Vinte anos da teoria das representações sociais no Brasil. In D.C. Olveira, P.H.F. Campos (eds.), Representações sociais uma teoria sem fronteiras. Rio de Janeiro: Museu da República.    

Jodelet, D. (2011). Ponto de vista: sobre o movimento das representações sociais na comunidade científica. Temas em Psicologia, 19(1), 19-26.

Villas Bôas, L. P.S. (2010). An approach to the historicity of social representations. Cadernos de Pesquisa, 40(140), 379-405

 

c) North America and emerging scenarios for social Representations Africa, Asia and Oceania

Cabecinhas, R., Liu, J. H., Licata, L., Klein, O., Mendes, J., Feijó, J., & Niyubahwe, A. (2011). Hope in Africa? Social representations of world history and the future in six African countries. International Journal of Psychology, 46(5), 354‑367.

de-Graft Aikins, A., Kessi, S. (2014). “Social Psychology and Social Change: Beyond Western Perspectives”. Call for submissions to the Papers on Social Representations.

Moloney, G., Holtz, P. & Wagner, W. (2013). 'Editorial political cartoons in Australia: social representations & and the visual depiction of essentialism', Integrative Psychological and Behavioral Science, vol. 47, no. 2, pp. 284-298.

Philogène, G. (2011). The Reach of Social Representations: Impact and Ramifications. In A. Almeida (Ed.). Teoria das representações sociais 50 anos.

Pepitone, A. (2001). Moscovici and the large vision of social psychology. In F. Buschini & N. Kalampalikis (Eds), Penser la vie, le social, la nature. Mélanges en l’honneur de Serge Moscovici. Paris, Editions de la Maison des sciences de l’homme.

Winskell, K., Beres, L. et al. (2011). Making sense of abstinence: Social representations in young Africans' narratives about HIV/AIDS from six countries. Culture, Health & Sexuality, 13(8), 945-959.

 

Bibliographic References related to Eng. Conny Ericsson's Key Lecture:

Fägersten, K. B. (2010). Using discourse analysis to assess social co-presence in the video conference environment. Cases on Online Discussion and Interaction: Experiences and Outcomes: Experiences and Outcomes, pp. 175-193. IGI Global, DOI: 10.4018/978-1-61520-863-0.ch009

Fägersten, K. B., Holmsten, E., & Cunningham, U. (2010). Multimodal communication and meta-modal discourse. Handbook of Research on Discourse Behavior and Digital Communication: Language Structures and Social Interaction: Language Structures and Social Interaction, pp. 145-163. IGI Global, DOI: 10.4018/978-1-61520-773-2.ch009

 

Bibliographic References related to Prof. Jian Guan's Key Lecture:

Guan, J., Liu, L. (2013). Recasting Stigma as a Dialogical Concept: A Case Study of Rural-to-Urban Migrants in China. Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology, Vol. 24(2), pp. 75-85. ISSN 1099-1298. DOI: 10.1002/casp.2152

Lipinga, Q., Rikui, X. (2012). Cultural Capital and Status Attainment: An Empirical Study Based on Data from Shanghai. Social Sciences in China, Vol. XXXIII(2), pp. 61-74. ISSN 0252-9203. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/02529203.2012.677269

Shushan, C. (2009). On the integration and development of psychology and logic within the framework of cognitive science. Social Sciences in China, Vol. XXX(2), pp. 93-107. ISSN 0252-9203. DOI: 10.1080/02529200903128290

Xiaoming, W. (2012). On the Contemporary Construction of the Chinese System of Academic Discourse. Social Sciences in China, Vol. XXXIII(3), pp.5-18. ISSN 0252-9203. DOI:http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/02529203.2012.702938

Yiyin, Y. (2009). Guanxilization or categorization: psychological mechanisms contributing to the formation of the Chinese concept of “us”. Social Sciences in China, Vol. XXX(2), pp. 49-67. ISSN 0252-9203. DOI: 10.1080/02529200902903800

Wen, F. (2009). Transition psychology: the membership approach. Social Sciences in China, Vol. XXX(2), pp. 35-48. ISSN 0252-9203. DOI: 10.1080/02529200802703813

 

Bibliographic References related to Prof. Mircea-Grigore Havarneanu's Key Lecture:

Bogdan, S. R., Havârneanu, G. M., & Havârneanu, C. E. (2014). Contextual determinants of speeding: time pressure and police control in urban and non-urban areas. Procedia-Social and Behavioral Sciences, 127, 581-585.

Bonneau, M.-H., Colliard, J., & Havârneanu, G.M. (2014). RESTRAIL: Collaborative Project on REduction of Suicides and Trespasses on RAILway property. Paper presented at Transport Research Arena Conference, 14-17 April 2014, Paris La Défense, France.

Bonneau, M-H. & Havârneanu, G.M. (2014). How to prevent suicide and trespass on the railways and mitigate the consequences? Practical guide. Final RESTRAIL dissemination book published by UIC.

Ernst-Vintila, A., Smbatyan, M., Havarneanu, G., & Juarez-Romero, J. (2014). «Le fil de soie de la légalité»: une illustration du lien entre l'organisation normative du pouvoir et une catégorie fondamentale de la sociabilité. Représentations sociales de l'injustice en système totalitaire et post-totalitaire. Les cahiers internationaux de psychologie sociale, 103(3), 517-547.

Goliţă, A., & Havarneanu, G. (2010). Traffic norms between safety and perversity. Analele Ştiinţifice ale Universităţii" Alexandru Ioan Cuza" din Iaşi. Psihologie, (1), 65-82.

Havârneanu, G. M. (2012). The perceived causes of severe traffic accidents: A psychosocial approach. Procedia-Social and Behavioral Sciences, 33, 428-432.

Havârneanu, C. E., Jilavu, A. R., & Havârneanu, G. M. (2014). Digit ratios as correlates of accident involvement and aggressive driving–a pilot study. Procedia-Social and Behavioral Science, 127, 575-580.

Havârneanu, G. M., Burkhardt, J. M., & Paran, F. (2015). A systematic review of the literature on safety measures to prevent railway suicides and trespassing accidents. Accident Analysis & Prevention, 81, 30-50.

Havârneanu, G. M., & Havârneanu, C. E. (2012). When norms turn perverse: Contextual irrationality vs. rational traffic violations. Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour, 15(2), 144-151.

Havârneanu, G., & Jilavu, A. R. (2012). The Influence of Workload on Attention during the Driving Task. Analele Ştiinţifice ale Universităţii" Alexandru Ioan Cuza" din Iaşi. Psihologie, (1), 71-83.

Tepordei, A. M., Havarneanu, G., & Holman, A. (2010). The social representation of traffic accidents. Psihologia socială, (25), 73-84.

 

Bibliographic References related to Prof. Andrei Holman's Key Lecture:

Constantin, T., Holman, A., Hojbotă, A. (2012). Development and Validation of a Motivational Persistence Scale. Psihologija, 45 (2), 99–120

de Rosa, A., Holman, A. (2011). Social representations of male - female beauty and aesthetic surgery: a cross-cultural analysis, Temas em Psicologia, Vol. 19, no.1, pp. 75-98

Ethics of Organ Transplantation (2004). University of Minnesota’s Center for Bioethics

Harrison, T. R., Morgan, S. E., & Chewning, L. V. (2008). The challenges of social marketing of organ donation: News and entertainment coverage of donation and transplantation. Health marketing quarterly, 25(1-2), 33-65.

Holman, A. (2011). Psychology of Beauty: An Overview of the Contemporary Research Lines, Psihologia Socială, 28, 81-94.

Holman, A. (2012). Conceptualizing and Researching the Body: A Comparison Between the Psychological and the Cultural Studies Approaches. Postmodern Openings, 3(4), 121-135

Holman, A. (2012). Development of a scale to measure the attitude toward posthumous organ donation for transplantation in Romania. Annals of the Al. I. Cuza University, Psychology Series, 21(2), 23-40

Holman, A. (2012). Religion and the body: an overview of the insertions of religion in the empirical psycho-social research lines on the body. European Journal of Science and Theology, 8(3), 127-134

Holman, A. (2013). Affect intensity and processing fluency of deterrents. Cognition & emotion, 27(8), 1421-1431.

Holman, A. (2013). Ethical controversies regarding the use of deception in the psychological research. Romanian Journal of Bioethics, 11(1), 153-165.

Holman, A. (2013). Psychosocial determinants of organ donation intentions and their relevance for public campaigns. Postmodern Openings 4(1), 9-27.

Holman, A., Boncu, S. (in press). The Bioethics of Urban Traffic - Theoretical Arguments and an Investigation in the Romanian Context. Romanian Journal of Bioethics.

Holman, A., Karner-Hutuleac, A., Ioan, B. (2013). Factors of the willingness to consent to the donation of a deceased family member's organs among the Romanian urban population, Transplantation Proceedings, 45, 3178-3182. DOI: 10.1016/j.transproceed.2013.05.009

Holman, A., Karner-Hutuleac, A. (accepted, in press). Press Portrayals of the Psychological Experiences of People Involved in Organ Transplantation. Recent Trends in Social  Systems; Studies in Systems, Decision and Control Series. Springer.

Lauri, M. A., & Lauri, J. (2005). Social representations of organ donors and non‐donors. Journal of community & applied social psychology, 15(2), 108-119.

McIntyre, P. (1992). Perceptions of Mexican-Americans and Anglo-Americans regarding organ donation advertisements.

Moloney, G., Hall, R., & Walker, I. (2005). Social representations and themata: The construction and functioning of social knowledge about donation and transplantation. British Journal of Social Psychology, 44(3), 415-441.

Moloney, G., & Walker, I. (2000). Messiahs, pariahs, and donors: The development of social representations of organ transplants. Journal for the Theory of Social Behaviour, 30(2), 203-227.

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.

Morgan, S. E. (2009). The intersection of conversation, cognitions, and campaigns: The social representation of organ donation. Communication Theory, 19(1), 29-48.

Morgan, S. E., Harrison, T. R., Chewning, L., Davis, L., & DiCorcia, M. (2007). Entertainment (mis) education: The framing of organ donation in entertainment television. Health Communication, 22(2), 143-151.

Morgan, S. E., Harrison, T. R., Long, S. D., Afifi, W. A., Stephenson, M. S., & Reichert, T. (2005). Family discussions about organ donation: how the media influences opinions about donation decisions. Clinical Transplantation, 19(5), 674-682.

Morgan, S., Harrison, T., Volk Chewning, L., & Habib, J. (2006). America’s angel or thieving immigrant? Media coverage, the Santillan story, and public ambivalence toward donation and transplantation. A death retold: Jesica Santillan, the bungled transplant, and paradoxes in medical citizenship, 19-45.

Morgan, S. E., Movius, L., & Cody, M. J. (2009). The power of narratives: The effect of entertainment television organ donation storylines on the attitudes, knowledge, and behaviors of donors and nondonors. Journal of Communication, 59(1), 135-151.

Panzaru, M., Holman, A. (2014). Type of treatment of cardiac disorders – quality of life and heart-focused anxiety: The mediating role of illness perceptions. Psychology Health and Medicine, 1-9. DOI: 10.1080/13548506.2014.989863

Rady, M. Y., McGregor, J. L., & Verheijde, J. L. (2012). Mass media campaigns and organ donation: managing conflicting messages and interests. Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy, 15(2), 229-241.

 

Bibliographic References related to Prof. Nicolas Moreau's Key Lecture:

Foucault, M. (1984). Right of death and power over life.

Rivest, M. P., & Moreau, N. (2014). Between emancipatory practice and disciplinary interventions: Empowerment and contemporary social normativity. British Journal of Social Work, pp. 1-16. doi:10.1093/bjsw/bcu017.

Moreau, N., Vinit, F. (2007). Empreintes de corps: Éléments de repères dans l’histoire de la médicalisation. Nouvelles pratiques sociales, vol. 19(2), pp. 34-45.

Lloyd, S., & Moreau, N. (2011). Pursuit of a ‘Normal Life’: Mood, Anxiety, and Their Disordering. Medical anthropology, 30(6), 591-609.

 

Bibliographic References related to Prof. Lilian Negura's Key Lecture:

Bouchard, L., Gaboury, I., Chomienne, M.-H., Gilbert, A., & Dubois, L. (2009). La santé en situation linguistique minoritaire. Healthcare Policy, 4(4), 36–42

Deslauriers, J.S., Maranda, M.-F., Negura, L. (2012). Le sens de la consommation de substances psychoactives dans les parcours d'insertion, d'intégration et de maintien dans le monde du travail. In G. Fournier, B. Bourassa & C. Gauthier (Eds) Les dynamiques d’insertion et d’intégration en emploi dans tous leurs états: événements-clés, transitions et bifurcations du cheminement professionnel. Presses de l'Université Laval.

Jodelet, D. (2013). Interconnections between social representations and intervention. In de Rosa, A. (Ed.) Social Representations in « the social arena », New York : Routledge, 77-89

Laflamme-Lagoke, M., Negura, L. (2014). Social representations of the africentric school as portrayed through the Toronto newspapers, Canadian Journal of Counselling and Psychotherapy, 48(2)

Mercure, D. (2013). Le nouveau modèle de pouvoir et de domination au travail dans le mode de production postfordiste, SociologieS. URL : http://sociologies.revues.org/4227

Moscovici, S. (2013). Reflections on social demand and applied social psychology in general. In de Rosa, A. (Ed.) Social Representations in « the social arena », New York : Routledge, 67-77

Negura, L. (2006). L’évolution de la représentation sociale du travail dans le contexte de mutations économiques en Occident. Carrièrologie,  vol. 10, no 3, p. 393-411

Negura, L. et Deslauriers, J.- M. (2010). Work and Lifestyle: Social Representations among Young Fathers, British Journal of Social Work, 10(151), 17 pages

Negura, L. & Maranda, M.-F. (2013). Intégration toxique au travail flexible : Représentations sociales du recours aux drogues. In Moreau N. & Larose Hébert, K. (Eds) Penser la souffrance. Montréal, Presses de l'Université de Québec

Negura, L., Maranda, M-F., Genest, C. (2011). La consommation de substances psychoactives en lien avec le travail. L'impératif d'adapter les services aux causes réelles. In Landry, M., Brochu, S. et Patenaude, C. (Eds) L'intégration des services en toxicomanie. Québec, Presses de l'Université Laval.

Negura, L, Moreau, N. et Boutin, E. (2014). La représentation sociale de la dépression et l’accès aux services de sante mentale des jeunes francophones canadiens en contexte minoritaire. In Doucet, M.-C. & Moreau, N. (Eds) Penser les liens entre santé mentale et société. Les voies de la recherche en sciences sociales, pp. 122-145. Presses de l'Université du Québec

Otéro, M. (2003). Les règles de l'individualité contemporaines. Santé mentale et société. Saint-Nicolas: Les presses de l'Université Laval, pages 322.

van Caloen, B. (2004). Dilemmes de l’individualisme: un contexte sociétaire de l’usage de drogues. Drogues, santé et société, 3(1), 69-86