European Ph.D on Social Representations and Communication

Multimedia and Distance Learning System

 

33rd International Lab Meeting

of the

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

 

LIST OF PROFESSORS

 

The ‘Socio-Dynamic’ paradigmatic approach to Social Representations:
Anchoring, Positioning and Normative Context
Complementary Methodological and Transferable Skills Seminars

 

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

 

17th - 20th April 2017

 

 

 

Name and Surname

Nationality

Home Institution

Title of Presentation

1.     

Prof. Hilda Gambara  Spanish

Universidad Autonoma de Madrid

(Spain)

  • Introduction to classical meta-analysis
  • Presenting the classical meta-analysis with an empirical example

2.     

Dr. Emanuele Gennuso Italian

Sapienza University of Rome

(Italy)

  • How to get EC research funds in several disciplinary and cross-thematic domains
  • Post-doc career grants opportunities: How to get post-doc EC grants

3.     

Prof. Dario Spini

Swiss

Université de Lausanne

(Switzerland)

  • Social Representations of Human Rights: The Development of a Socio-Dynamic Framework
  • Social representations and social psychology: a theoretical and methodological opportunity for the social sciences?

4.     

Prof. Jyoti Verma

Indian

Patna University

(India)

The importance of common sense understanding of social phenomenon in India: the background of social psychology scenario and how SRs theory gets established in coming times in India.

 

DISCUSSANTS IN THE SEVERAL SESSIONS

 

Name and Surname

Nationality

Home Institution

5.     

Prof. Elena Bocci Italian

Sapienza University of Rome

(Italy)

6. Prof. Annamaria de Rosa Italian

Sapienza University of Rome

(Italy)

7.     

Prof. Giovanna Leone Italian

Sapienza University of Rome

(Italy)

8. Prof. Bruno Mazzara Italian

Sapienza University of Rome

(Italy)

9. Prof. Mauro Sarrica Italian

Sapienza University of Rome

(Italy)