European Ph.D on Social Representations and Communication
7th International Summer School

Didactic material

Invited lectures of the teaching staff of
the 7th International Summer School on
"Communication: Languages, Representations, Interactions"

(Rome - Italy 3-10 June 2001)


Author Author's Institution Didactic Material
Prof. CASTRO Paola P - Lisbon PDF Dialogues in social psychology - Or, how new are new ideas? (unpublished paper)
Prof. DAYAN Daniel F - Paris PDFLes mystères de la réception, Le Débat,1992,vol71, sept-oct, pag:147-162.
Prof. DE ROSA Annamaria I - Rome PDFThe "boomerang" effect of the radicalism in discourse analysis: "no communication without representation, no representation without communication". Paper presented at the EASP Small Group Meeting - Theory and method in societal psychology. Pecs, Hungary (26-29 April 2001)
Prof. DUVEEN Gerard U.K. - Cambridge Face to face communication among children.
Prof. HELKAMA Klaus SF - Helsinki Stereotypes and values in communications.
Prof. JESUINO CORREIA Jorge P - Lisbon PDFCommunication among scientists.
Prof. LASZLO Janos HU - Budapest PDF Narrative organisation of social representations.
PDF Societal Psychology, history, identity and narratives.
Prof. LOSITO Gianni I - Rome PDFNew Contents for an Old Paradigm. Trends in Mass Communication Social Research. (unpublished paper, italian version)
PDFNew Contents for an Old Paradigm. Trends in Mass Communication Social Research.  (unpublished paper, english version)
Prof. MARKOVA Ivana U.K. - Sterling PDF Markova, I. (2000). Amédée or how to get rid of it: Social Representations from a dialogical perspective. Culture & Psychology 6(4):419-460
Prof. SCHIELE Bernard CAN - Montréal Scientific museum and diffusion of knowledge.

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Other suggested articles to be read in preparation of
the 7th International Summer School on
"Communication: Languages, Representations, Interactions"

(Rome - Italy 3-10 June 2001)


Articles Proposed by
Abric, J.C. (ed.) (1996). Exclusion sociale, insertion et prévention.Saint-Agne: E'rès. Prof. DE ROSA Anna Maria
Bruner, J. (1986). Actual Minds, Possible Worlds. Harvard University Press, Cambridge. MA. Prof. LASZLO Janos
PDFDayan, D. Le Pape à la Réunion. Prof. DAYAN Daniel
PDFDayan, D. (2000). Television, le presque-public. Reseaux vol.100, p.429,456.
(french version)
PDFDayan, D. (2000). The peculiar public of television.
(english version)
Prof. DAYAN Daniel
de Rosa, A.S. (1995). Le “réseau d’associations” comme méthode d’étude dans la recherche sur les R.S.: structure, contenus et polarité du champ sémantique. Les Cahiers Internationaux de Psychologie sociale, 28: 96-122. Prof. DE ROSA Anna Maria
de Rosa, A.S. (1998) How to sell pullovers by provoking discussion on social issues. The role of the Advertising for activating and diffusing Controversial Social Representations, V. RIGAS (ed.) S.R. and contemporary social problems, Athens, Ellinika Grammata publisher: 228-277 Prof. DE ROSA Anna Maria
de Rosa A.S (forthcoming) Distance Training of European doctoral training students in meta-theoretical analysis of fully-researched bibliographic corpus, The Wanderstudent 2000. The Wanderstudent of 1425 revived in virtual reality in 2000? Towards a European Virtual University (Leuven, 20-21 October 2000) Prof. DE ROSA Anna Maria
de Rosa, A.S. (forthcoming)  The king is naked. Critical Advertisement and Fashion: the Benetton Phenomenon. In Deaux K. and Philogene G. (eds) The Representation of the Social, Blackwell, New York. Prof. DE ROSA Anna Maria
de Rosa, A.S. (forthcoming) The relevance of the different fields of investigation as derived from a meta-theoretical analysis of the literature on S.R. In de Rosa, A.S., Ayestaran, S., Valencia,. (eds.) Social Representations in the “social arena”: the theory towards applications. Publisher Servicio Editorial University of Basque Country, San Sebastian, Spain. Prof. DE ROSA Anna Maria
de Rosa, A.S., Farr, R. (forthcoming) Icon and symbol: Two sides of the coin in the Social Representation’s investigation. Penser la vie, la nature et le social. Mélanges en hommage à Serge Moscovici. Editions de la Maison des Sciences de l’Homme, Paris. Prof. DE ROSA Anna Maria
de Rosa, A.S., Kirchler, E. (2001) Ambiguous Images in Advertising: An application of the Associative Network Method. In ROLAND-LEVY, C., KIRCHLER E., PENZ E., GRAY C. (eds.) Everyday Representations of the Economy. WUV / Universitatsverlag, Wien: 49-65. Prof. DE ROSA Anna Maria
de Rosa, A.S., Smith, A., (1998). Représentations sociales polémiques et styles  d’influence minoritaire, la communication publicitaire de Benetton. Bulletin de Psychologie, tome 51 (4), 436: 399-416. Prof. DE ROSA Anna Maria
PDFDuveen, G. (2000). Introduction: The power of Ideas. Moscovici, S. ( ed.by Duveen, G.). Social representations - Explorations in Social psychology. Cambridge: Polity Press. Pag.: 1, 17. Prof. DE ROSA Anna Maria
Fiske, J. (1992). Audiencing: a cultural studies approach to watching television. Poetics, n°21 Prof. DAYAN Daniel
Flick, U. (1998). Introduction: social representations in knowledge and language as approaches to a psychology of the social. Flick, U. (ed.) Psychology of the social. Cambridge: Cambridge University. Pag: 1-14. Prof. DE ROSA Anna Maria
Halbwachs, M. (1980). Collective Memory. Harper, New York. Prof. LASZLO Janos
Hartley, J.(1988).The real word of Audiences. Critical studies in Mass Communications, September 1988 Prof. DAYAN Daniel
Liu, J. H., Wilson, M.S., McClure, J., and Higgins, T.R. (1999). Social identity and the perception of history: Cultural representations of Aotearoa/New Zealand. European Journal of Social Psychology, 29, 8, 221-248. Prof. LASZLO Janos
Mamontoff, A.M. (1996). Intégrations des Gitans: apport des représentations sociales. Abric, J. C. (ed.) Exclusion sociale, insertion et prévention. Saint-Agne: E'rès. Pag.: 61-80 Prof. DE ROSA Anna Maria
Morawski, J.G. (1984). Historiography as a metatheoretical text for social psychology. In: Gergen, K. and Gergen, M. (eds.) Historical social psychology. Lawrence Erlbaum, Hillsdale, N.J. Prof. LASZLO Janos
Morley, D. (1992). The nationwide Audience, London, BFI1980, p.1 to 15 (Ch.1 Audience research; Ch.2 What do people do with the media) Prof. DAYAN Daniel
Moscovici, S. (1996). Communications et représentations sociales paradoxales. Abric, J. C. (ed.) Exclusion sociale, insertion et prévention. Saint-Agne: E'rès. Pag.: 19-22  Prof. DE ROSA Anna Maria
Moscovici, S. (2000). Ideas and their Development: A Dialogue between Sege Moscovici and Ivana Markova. Moscovici, S. ( ed.by Duveen, G.). Social representations- Explorations in Social psychology. Cambridge: Polity Press. Pag.: 224-286  Prof. DE ROSA Anna Maria
Moscovici, S. (2000). The History and Actuality of Social Representations. Moscovici, S. ( ed.by Duveen, G.). Social representations- Explorations in Social psychology. Cambridge: Polity Press. Pag.: 120-155  Prof. DE ROSA Anna Maria
PDF Potter, J., Edwards, D.(1999). Social Representations and discursive psychology: from cognition to action. Culture & Psychology, 5(4):447-458 Prof. MARKOVA Ivana
Rouquette, M. J. (1996) Rumeurs, représentations sociales et délinquance. Abric, J. C. (ed.) Exclusion sociale, insertion et prévention. Saint-Agne: E'rès. Pag.: 23-31 Prof. DE ROSA Anna Maria
Sommer, C. M. (1998). Social representations and media communications. Flick, U. (ed.) Psychology of the social. Cambridge: Cambridge University. Pag.: 186-195.  Prof. DE ROSA Anna Maria
Tamar, L., Elihu, K.(1993). The export of Meaning. Polity press, chapter 2, page 8-19. Reading Television Prof. DAYAN Daniel
White, H. (1981). The value of narrativity in the representation of reality. In W. J. T. Mitchell (ed.), On narrative. University of Chicago Press, Chicago, 1-23 Prof. LASZLO Janos

Last update 30/09/2001