European Ph.D on Social Representations and Communication

Multimedia and Distance Learning System

 

31st International Lab Meeting – Summer Session 2016
22nd International Summer School on Social Representations and Communication

of the

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

 

SCIENTIFIC MATERIALS

 

The “methodological polytheism in the Social Representations literature and its implication in the contemporary communication era: distinctiveness and dialogue between multiple research methods (textual and image-based research sources and tools, traditional and new media-based research design, experimental and field oriented studies)

 

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

 

17th - 23rd July 2016

 

Bibliographic References related to Prof. de Alba's Key Lecture:

* Capron, G., & De Alba, M. (2010). Creating the middle-class suburban dream in Mexico City. Culturales, Vol. 6(11), pp. 159-183. ISSN 1870-1191

* De Alba, M. (2012). A methodological approach to the study of urban memory: Narratives about Mexico City. In Forum qualitative sozialforschung/forum: qualitative social research Vol. 13(2), art. 27. ISSN 1438-5627

* De Alba, M. (2014). Imaginary Maps and Urban Memory: Elements for the Study of Territorial Identity. Papers on Social Representations, Vol. 23(2), p125-153. ISSN 1021-5573

* De Alba, M., & Aguilar, D. M. Á. (2012). Déplacements urbains et interaction sociale: le cas du système de transport collectif par métro dans la ville de Mexico. Bulletin de psychologie, Vol. 517(1), pp. 19-32. ISSN 0007-4403

* De Alba, M., & Dargentas, M. (2015). A study on the social representations and social memory of Brest, a French city destroyed during the Second World War 1. Psicologia e Saber Social/Psychology and Social Knowing, Vol. 4(2), pp. 195-206. doi: 10.12957/psi.saber.soc.2015.20075. e-ISSN: 2238-779X

 

Bibliographic References related to Prof. de Rosa and Prof. Fino Key Lecture:

* de Rosa, A.S., (2011) 50 anos depois: a 'Psychanalyse, son image et son public' na era do Facebook. In A. Almeida, Z. Trindade, F. Santos (Eds.) Teoria das Representações sociais - 50 anos (pp. 491-561) Technopolitik e Centro Moscovici, Brasilia: MEMORES/UERJ, REPSO/UFES, LABINT/UFPE (ISBN: 978-85-62313-07-3.)

* de Rosa, A.S. (2012). La psicoanalisi, la sua immagine, il suo pubblico: 1961-2011. Compiere 50 anni nell'era dei social networks. In I. Galli (Ed.) Cinquant'anni di Rappresentazioni sociali. Bilanci e prospettive di una Teoria in continuo divenire (pp. 59-101) Milano: Edizioni Unicopli. ISBN 9788840015262

* de Rosa, A.S., Fino, E. Bocci, E. (2014). Addressing Healthcare On-Line Demand and Supply relating to Mental Illness: knowledge sharing about psychiatry and psychoanalysis through Social Networks in Italy and France. In A. Kapoor, C. Kulshrestha (Eds) Dynamics of Competitive Advantage and Consumer Perception in Social Marketing (pp. 16-55), Hershey, PA: IGI Global.

* de Rosa, A.S., Fino, E. Bocci, E. (2016). Les réseaux sociaux, nouvel espace interactif pour les représentations sociales et l'intervention. En discutant de psychanalyse, de psychiatrie et de santé mentale sur Facebook, Twitter e Yahoo! Answers. In L. Negura (Ed) L'intervention en sciences humaines: l'importance des représentations (pp. 271-297). Presse de l'Université de Laval. ISBN: 978-2-7637-2316-7

* Mylynn Felt, J. (2016). Methods in Action: Mylynn Felt on Using Data in Qualitative Research. MethodSpace. Sage Publications.

* Todd, M. (2016). Methods in Action: Visualizing Social Media Analysis. MethodSpace. Sage Publications.

 

Bibliographic References related to Prof. Lassarre's Key Lecture:

* Cardon, D. (2016). A quoi rêvent les algorithmes: Nos vies à l’heure des big data. Seuil.

* Saporta G. (2008). Models for Understanding versus Models for Prediction. In P. Brito (Ed.), Compstat Proceedings, (pp. 315-322), Physica Verlag

 

Bibliographic References related to Prof. Marková's Key Lecture:

Flyvbjerg, B. (2006). Five misunderstandings about case-study research. Qualitative inquiry, Vol. 12(2), pp. 219-245. DOI: 10.1177/1077800405284363

Markova, I. (In Press). On thematic concepts and methodological (epistemological) themata. Papers on Social Representations, ISSN: 1021-5573

Markova, I. (draft). The Ego-Alter interdependence in dialogical professional practices

 

Bibliographic References related to Prof. Mazzara's Key Lecture:

Baker, P., Gabrielatos, C., Khosravinik, M., Krzyżanowski, M., McEnery, T., & Wodak, R. (2008). A useful methodological synergy? Combining critical discourse analysis and corpus linguistics to examine discourses of refugees and asylum seekers in the UK press. Discourse & Society, Vol. 19(3), pp. 273-306.

Bargh J.A. (2006). What have we been priming all these years? On the development, mechanisms, and ecology of nonconscious social behavior. European Journal of Social Psychology. Vol. 36, pp.147-168.

Binotto, M., Bruno, M. and Lai, V. (Eds)(2016). Tracciare confini. L’immigrazione nei media italiani. FrancoAngeli, Milano

de Rosa, A. S. (2006). The “boomerang” effect of radicalism in Discursive Psychology: A critical overview of the controversy with the Social Representations Theory. Journal for the Theory of Social Behaviour36(2), 161-201.

Evans, V., & Green, M. (2006). Cognitive linguistics: An introduction. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates Publishers.

Gibson S. (2015). From representations to representing: on social representations and discursive-rhetorical psychology. In G. Sammut, E. Andreouli, G. Gaskell, & J. Valsiner (Eds.) The Cambridge Handbook of Social Representations, pp. 210-223. Cambridge, U.K.: Cambridge University Press.

Jovchelovitch, S. (2001).  Social Representations, Public Life and Social Construction. In K.Deaux & G. Philogene (Eds.) Social Representations: Introductions and Explorations. Blackwell Publishers: Oxford.

King R. & Wood N. (Eds.)(2001). Media and Migration:  Constructions of Mobility and Difference. London: Routledge.

Lakoff, G., Johnson, M. (1980). Metaphors we live by. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Lahlou, S. (2015). Social representations and social construction: the evolutionary perspective of installation theory. In G. Sammut, E. Andreouli, G. Gaskell, & J. Valsiner (Eds.) The Cambridge Handbook of Social Representations, pp. 193-209. Cambridge, U.K.: Cambridge University Press.

Litman, L., & Reber, A. S. (2005). Implicit cognition and thought. In K. J. Holyoak & R. G. Morrison (Eds) The Cambridge handbook of thinking and reasoning, pp. 431-453. Cambridge University Press

Mattes, P. (2004). Old-stream’psychology will disappear with the dinosaurs! Kenneth Gergen in conversation with Peter Mattes and Ernst Schraube. In Forum: Qualitative Social Research Vol. 5(3), Art. 27, http://nbn-resolving.de/urn:nbn:de:0114-fqs0403275.

Molden, D. C. (2014). Understanding priming effects in social psychology: What is “social priming” and how does it occur?. Understanding Priming Effects in Social Psychology, Vol. 3, pp. 1-11.

Musolff, A. (2012). The study of metaphor as part of critical discourse analysis.Critical discourse studies, Vol. 9(3), pp. 301-310.

Stam, H. J. (2001). Introduction: Social constructionism and its critics. Theory & Psychology11(3), 291-296.

Stam, H. J. (2002). Introduction: Varieties of social constructionism and the rituals of critique. Theory & Psychology12(5), 571-576.

Voelklein, C., & Howarth, C. (2005). A review of controversies about social representations theory: A British debate. Culture & Psychology11(4), 431-454.

Wagner, W. (1996). Queries about social representation and construction.Journal for the theory of social behaviour26, 95-120.

 

Bibliographic References related to Prof. Mitarcă's Key Lecture:

a) Mass Media vs. Social Media from the perspective of media studies

Lovink, G., & Niederer, S. (Eds.)(2008). Video vortex reader: Responses to YouTube. Amsterdam: Institute of Network Cultures. ISBN: 978-90-78146-12-4

Caers, R., De Feyter, T., De Couck, M., Stough, T., Vigna, C., & Du Bois, C. (2013). Facebook: A literature review. New Media & Society, Vol. 15(6), pp. 982-1002. ISSN: 1461-4448

Pedroni, M., Pasquali, F., & Carlo, S. (2014). "My Friends are my Audience": Mass-mediation of Personal Content and Relations in Facebook. Observatorio (OBS*), Vol. 8(3), pp. 97-113. ISSN 1646-5954

Dominick, J. R. (2012). Dynamics of Mass Communication: Media in Transition (12th Edition). McGraw-Hill College. ISBN: 978-0073526195

Williams, K. (2003). Understanding Media Theory. Hodder Arnold Publications. ISBN: 9780340719039

Alejandro, J. (2010). Journalism In The Age Of Social Media. Reuters Institute Fellowship, p.all.

Self, C.C., Gaylord, E.L. and Gaylord, T. (2009). The Evolution of Mass Communication Theory in the twentieth Century. The Romanian Review of Journalism and Communication Vol. 6(3), pp. 29-42. ISSN: 1842-256x

Poe, M.T. (2011). A History of Communications: Media and Society from the Evolution of Speech to the Internet. Cambridge University Press. ISBN: 9780521179447

Grabowicz, P. (2014). The transition to digital journalism. Knight Digital Media Center Multimedia Training.

Biagi, S. (2007). Media/Impact: An Introduction to Mass Media. Cengage Learning. ISBN: 978-1111346362

Siapera, E. (2012). Understanding New Media. London, Sage. ISBN: 9781848607798

Buckingham, D., Willett, R. (Eds)(2009). Video Cultures: Media Technology and Everyday Creativity. Palgrave MacMillan. ISBN: 978-0-230-24469-6

Ellison, N. B. (2007). Social network sites: Definition, history, and scholarship. Journal of Computer‐Mediated Communication, Vol. 13(1), pp. 210-230. ISSN: 1083-6101

Baradell, S. (2005). Understanding the “Long Tail” Theory of Media Fragmentation. Idea Grove. (Online document)

 

b) The Role of Media in Shaping the Social Imaginary: films as social document. The case of gender and genre in the sense making through films

Friedman, J. (Ed.)(2002). Reality squared: Televisual discourse on the real. New Brunswick, NJ, Rutgers Univ. Press. ISBN: 0-8135-2989-1

Hamburger, K. (1986). Logique des genres littéraires. Paris, Seuil. ISBN: 9782020091633

Marcus, A. (2005). “It was as it is”: Feature Film in the History Classroom. The Social Studies, Vol. 96(2), pp. 61-67. ISSN: 0037-7996

Mohanty, C. T. (1992). Feminist Encounters: Locating the Politics of Experience. In M. Barrett and A. Phillips (eds) Destabilizing Theory: Contemporary Feminist Debates, pp. 68-86. Stanford: Stanford University Press. ISBN: 978-0804720311

Murray, L. (1977). The Feature Film as Historical Document. The Social Studies, Vol. 68 (1), pp. 10-14. ISSN: 0037-7996

Russell, W. B. (2012). The Art of Teaching Social Studies with Film. The Clearing House: A Journal of Educational Strategies, Issues and Ideas, Vol. 85 (4), pp. 157-164. ISSN: 0009-8655

Song, M. (2006). Gender in a Global World. In Davis, Evans and Lorber (eds.) Handbook of Gender and Women’s Studies, pp. 185-195. London, Sage Publications. DOI: dx.doi.org/10.4135/9781848608023. ISBN: 9780761943907

Steiger, J. (2000). Perverse Spectators: The Practices of Film Reception. New York University Press. ISBN: 9780814781395

Weedon, C. (1999). The Question of Difference. Feminism, Theory and the Politics of Difference, Oxford, Blackwell Publishers. ISBN: 978-0-631-19823-9

 

Bibliographic References related to Prof. Philogene's Key Lecture:

* Orne, M. (1962). On the Social Psychology of the Psychological Experiment. American Psychologist​, vol. 17(11), pp. 776-783

* Sarup, S. (1975). Levels of Analysis in Social Psychology and Related Social Sciences. Human Resources, vol. 28(8), pp. 755-769

 

Bibliographic References related to Prof. Yoshihama's Key Lecture:

* Carlson, E. D., Engebretson, J., & Chamberlain, R. M. (2006). Photovoice as a Social Process of Critical Consciousness. Qualitative Health Research, 16(6), 836-852. doi:10.1177/1049732306287525

* Guillemin, M., & Drew, S. (2010). Questions of process in participant-generated visual methodologies. Visual Studies, 25(2), 175-188. doi:10.1080/1472586X.2010.502676

* Wang, C., & Burris, M. A. (1997). Photovoice: Concept, Methodology, and Use for Participatory Needs Assessment. Health Education & Behavior, 24(3), 369-387. doi:10.1177/109019819702400309