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

Spring Lab Meeting 2015 - Scientific Programme

 

27th International Lab Meeting – Spring Session 2015

of the

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

 

SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMME

 

The “Anthropological”, “Narrative”, “Dialogical” and “Subjective” paradigmatic approaches to Social Representations

at the European/International Joint PhD in Social Representations & Communication Research Center and Multimedia LAB

Piazza Cavalieri di Malta 2, Rome - Italy

 

26-29 April 2015

 

 

Symbols:

Different type of sessions:

On line

Web-chat

Video-recorded

 

Day

Time

Topic/Events

Teaching Staff & Research Assistant

April

27th

Monday

Morning

09:00-09:15


Welcome Address

Prof. Annamaria de Rosa

Director of the European/International Joint Ph.D. in S.R. & C.

Italy

09:15-10:15


Projection of Ivana Markova's intervention during the 3rd International Summer School (Lisbon, 1997) on:

Social Representations and Linguistics

10:15-11:15


The dialogical paradigmatic approach to Social Representations key epistemological premises for modeling empirical researches

Prof. Jorge Correia Jesuino

ISCTE-IUL, Lisbon

Center of Philosophy of Science of the University of Lisbon

Portugal

11:15-11:30 Coffee break

11:30-12:30



Questions from participants in a face-to-face context and via the web-auditorium and forum discussion with the keynote speakers

Prof. Jorge Correia Jesuino

ISCTE-IUL, Lisbon

Center of Philosophy of Science of the University of Lisbon

Portugal

12:30-13:30 Lunch break

13:30-14:30


Ethnographic Approach to Social Representations: Knowledge in Context: Social Representation, community and culture key epistemological premises for modeling empirical researches

Prof. Sandra Jovchelovitch

London School of Economics

United Kingdom

14:30-15:00 Coffee break

15:00-15:45



Questions from participants in a face-to-face context and via the web-auditorium and forum discussion with the keynote speakers

Prof. Sandra Jovchelovitch

London School of Economics

United Kingdom

15:45-16:30


The anthropological paradigmatic approach to Social Representations: key epistemological premises for modeling empirical researches

Prof. Martha De Alba

Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana

Mexico

16:30-16:45



Questions from participants in a face-to-face context and via the web-auditorium and forum discussion with the keynote speakers

 

 

Day

Time

Topic/Events

Teaching Staff & Research Assistant

April

28

Tuesday

Morning

09:00-09:45


Narrative Approach to Social Representations through Media. Narrating terror: intergenerational social representations of the “Anni di Piombo” (Years of Lead) in televised communication key epistemological premises for modeling empirical researches

Prof. Giovanna Leone

Sapienza University of Rome

Italy

09:45-10:15 Coffee break

10:15-11:00



Questions from participants in a face-to-face context and via the web-auditorium and forum discussion with the keynote speakers

Prof. Giovanna Leone

Sapienza University of Rome

Italy

11:00-11:45


Social Networks conversational spaces as new media ecological contexts to detect social representations

Prof. Annamaria de Rosa

Director of the European/International Joint Ph.D. in S.R. & C.

Italy

11:45-12:30



Questions from participants in a face-to-face context and via the web-auditorium and forum discussion with the keynote speakers

12:30-13:30 Lunch break

13:30-14:30


Social representations and literary texts: a narrative approach key epistemological premises for modeling empirical researches

 

Prof. Alberta Contarello

University of Padua

Italy

14:30-15:00 Coffee break

15:00-15:45



Questions from participants in a face-to-face context and via the web-auditorium and forum discussion with the keynote speakers

 

Prof. Alberta Contarello

University of Padua

Italy

15:45-16:30


Media narratives and the anthropological approach: Film mediated Gypsies, majority representation and identity in construction as baseline for action research

Prof. Sara Bigazzi

University of Pecs

Hungary

16:30-16:45



Questions from participants in a face-to-face context and via the web-auditorium and forum discussion with the keynote speakers

 

 

Day

Time

Topic/Events

Teaching Staff & Research Assistant

April

29

Wednesday

Morning

09:00-11:00



Complementary methodological training session theoretically driven Text Mining Methods: an introduction to IRAMUTEQ and research examples of IRAMUTEQ application

 

Prof. Mauro Sarrica

Sapienza University of Rome

Italy

11:00-11:30 Coffee break

11:30-12:15


An Ehtnographic Approach to Polemic Social Representations about environmental issues in the field and digital communities: the uneasy role of the researcher exposed to controversies

Prof. Alina Pop

Universitatea Dimitrie Cantemir

Romania

12:15-12:30



Questions from participants in a face-to-face context and via the web-auditorium and forum discussion with the keynote speakers

12:30-13:00


Narrative Truth and Factual Truth in the Memory of Forced Labour of Germans from Romania deported to USSR

13:00-14:00 Lunch break

14:00-15:00


Contextual and Subjective Approach to Social Representations key epistemological and critical premises for conducting empirical research in SRT with examples from Community Psychology and Intercultural relations

Prof. Caroline Howarth

London School of Economics

United Kingdom

15:00-15:30 Coffee break

15:30-16:15



Questions from participants in a face-to-face context and via the web-auditorium and forum discussion with the keynote speakers

Prof. Caroline Howarth

London School of Economics

United Kingdom

16:15-16:45

Cin-Cin and farewell party