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

Winter Lab Meeting 2013 - Scientific Programme

 

21st International Lab Meeting – Winter Session 2013

of the

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

 

SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMME

 

Meta-Theoretical Analysis of the Social Representations Literature

&

Advanced Training in Complementary Transferable Skills
(writing skills and publishing strategies)

 

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

Piazza Cavalieri di Malta 2, Rome - Italy

 

14-15 January 2013

 

Day

Time

Topic/Events

Teaching Staff & Research Assistant

January

14

Monday

Morning

10:00-10:30

Basic Guidelines for the Meta-Theoretical Analysis of the Literature on Social Representations

Key Lecture:

"State of the Art of the Meta-Theoretical Analysis of the Social Representations Literature"

Session reserved to European Ph.D. Research Trainees

 

Prof. Annamaria de Rosa

Scientific Co-ordinator of the European Ph.D. on S.R. & C.

Italy

 

Dr. Laura Dryjanska

European Ph.D. on S.R. & C.

Italy

10:30-13:30

Group Training on the Meta-Theoretical Analysis of Social Representations Literature

Session reserved to European Ph.D. Research Trainees

 

Prof. Annamaria de Rosa

Scientific Co-ordinator of the European Ph.D. on S.R. & C.

Italy

 

Dr. Laura Dryjanska

European Ph.D. on S.R. & C.

Italy

 

Active participation by the European PhD Research Trainees

 

Day

Time

Topic/Events

January

15

Tuesday

Morning

10:00-12:00

Seminar and Group Discussion on

"Writing skills and publishing policies: increasing the odds of getting published in the current scenario"

 

Introduced by

Prof. Annamaria de Rosa
Scientific Co-ordinator of the European Ph.D. on S.R. & C.

"For a multi-format publishing: aims, guidelines and editorial constraints"

 

with the contributions of

Prof. Bruno Mazzara
Sapienza University of Rome

"The current debate about metrics and non-metrics
approaches to the evaluation of scientific products"

 

Prof. Mauro Sarrica
Sapienza University of Rome

"Bibliometric tools: when, why and how do you use
them"

 

Prof. Francesca Emiliani
University of Bologna

&

Prof. Giovanna Leone
Sapienza University of Rome

"Critical remarks on the controversial debate about
the evaluation of the scientific quality and publishing
strategies"