87628 - Psychology and Social Interaction (1) (LM)

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SDGs

This teaching activity contributes to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals of the UN 2030 Agenda.

Good health and well-being Gender equality Reduced inequalities

Academic Year 2021/2022

Learning outcomes

At the end of the course, students will be able to analyze examples of social interaction in different contexts, using the conversation analysis and discursive psychology methodologies. Students will learn to analyze interpersonal communication, addressing both verbal and gestural behaviors (gestures, gazes, body postures).

Course contents

Lesson 1: An introduction to the analysis of social interactions

Lesson2:An introduction to the analysis of social interactions

Lesson 3: Data Analysis

Lesson 4: Institutional interaction: the case of emergency calls

Lesson 5: Data Analysis

Lesson 6: Interaction in court

Lesson 7: Interaction in court

Lesson 8: Classroom interaction

Readings/Bibliography

Readings for Students enrolled in Semiotica:

J. Heritage & S. Clayman (2010) Talk in Action. Interactions, Identities and Institutions, Wiley-Blackwell. Parti 1, 2, 3 e 4.

Giolo Fele (2007) L'analisi della conversazione, Bologna, Il Mulino.

Non attending students must agree further readings with the teacher by writing at her e-mail adddress.

Readings for students enrolled in Pedagogia:

J. Heritage & S. Clayman (2010) Talk in Action. Interactions, Identities and Institutions, Wiley-Blackwell. Parti 1, 2, 3 e 4.

Giolo Fele (2007) L'analisi della conversazione, Bologna, Il Mulino.

Talk in Action may be replaced by:

Orletti Franca (2001 – ristampa del 2014) «La conversazione diseguale. Potere e interazione», Roma, Carocci.

Margutti, P. & Galatolo, R. (2013), “Forme di riduzione dell’asimmetria nella comunicazione medico-paziente: le iniziative dei pazienti nel corso di visite specialistiche”, inSalute e Società, Anno XII – n. 1: 19-32.

Non attending students must agree further readings with the teacher by writing at her e-mail adddress.

 

Teaching module (18 ore): Prof.ssa Marzia Saglietti

Fasulo, A. & Pontecorvo, C. (1999). Come si dice? Linguaggio e apprendimento in famiglia e a scuola. Carocci, Roma (except the last chapter).

 

Teaching methods

 

- Seminar lessons

- Papers' discussion

- Collective and individual data analysis

Assessment methods

Students enrolled in Semiotic

Attending students will make a power point presentation of a paper on medical interaction. The paper will be chosen among the list of papers proposed by the teacher. The presentation will be evaluated according to the students' capacity of organizing it also addressing the main themes of the course and the main problematic of medical interaction. The student's oral expression capacity will be evaluated as well.

Non-attending students: oral examination based on the text Talk in Action and L'analisi della conversazione. The students must contact the professor in order to agree on supplementary texts.

 

Students enrolled in Education

Attending students:

regarding the 30 hours of professor Galatolo teaching module, students will make a power point presentation of a paper on medical interaction. The paper will be chosen among the list of papers proposed by the teacher. The presentation will be evaluated according to the students' capacity of organizing it, also structuring it according to the main themes of the course and to the main problematic of medical interaction. The student's oral expression capacity will be evaluated as well;

regarding the 18 hours of prof. Saglietti teaching module, students will make a power point presentation of a paper on school or family interaction. 

Both presentations will be evaluated according to the student's capacity of organizing it also addressing the main themes of the course and the main problematic of medical interaction. The student's oral expression capacity will be evaluated as well. The final score will be the result of the average of the two votes obtained.

Non-attending students: the examination will be an oral discussion of the texts assigned for both Prof. Galatolo and Prof. Saglietti teaching module.

 

Teaching tools

Laptop for watching and listening interactional data;

Interactional data issued from the web;

Transcripts of interactional data;

Video projector.

Office hours

See the website of Renata Galatolo