European Ph.D on Social Representations and Communication

Multimedia and Distance Learning System

10th International Lab Meeting – Winter Session 2008

of the

European Ph.D. on Social Representations and Communication

 

Social Representations

in action and construction in Media and Society

LIST OF PROFESSORS

"Developing Meta-Theoretical approach to Social Representations Literature:
the Contribution of Italian scholars belonging to
the So.Re.Com. THEmatic NETwork"

 at the European PhD on Social Representations & Communication Research Center and

Multimedia LAB, P.za d’Ara Coeli 1, Rome-Italy

 

January 26th - February 3rd, 2008

 

 

Name and Surname

Nationality

Place of work &

Home Institution

Dates of presence

Title of Presentation

1.     

Prof. Marino BONAIUTO Italian

University of Rome

“La Sapienza”

(Italy)

February
1st
2008
Discursive Practices and Environmental Representations

2.     

Prof. Annamaria DE ROSA Italian

University of Rome

“La Sapienza”

(Italy)

Continuous An Integrating and Differentiating Approach to Social Representations: a Perspective on the Theory Based on the Epistemic Comparison of Multi-paradigmatic and Multi-methodological Approaches

3.     

Eng. Conny ERICSSON Swedish

Marratech Company

(Sweden)

Continuous

Marratech Training sessions on European Ph.D. Web Auditorium.Communicative patterns and Code of Conduct during e-learning sessions.

4.     

Prof. Ida GALLI Italian

University of Naples

“Federico II”

(Italy)

February
2nd
2008
The Social Representations of Power: a Cross-Cultural Analysis

5.     

Prof. Bruno MAZZARA Italian

University of Rome

“La Sapienza”

(Italy)

February
1st
2008
Islam, Media and Social Representations. Theoretical Issues and Cross-National Comparisons

6.     

Prof. Renata METASTASIO Italian

University of Rome

“La Sapienza”

(Italy)

January
30th
2008
Web and Kids: a Content Analysis of Web Sites Aimed to Kids

7.     

Prof. Nadia MONACELLI Italian

University of Parma

(Italy)

January
30th
2008
Drawing Similitudes and Making Sense of Differences: the Children Rights in Italy and Jordan

8.     

Prof. Augusto PALMONARI Italian

University of Bologna

(Italy)

January
29th
2008
The Importance of Social Representation Theory for Social Psychology