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Giannino Melotti

Associate Professor

Department of Education Studies "Giovanni Maria Bertin"

Academic discipline: M-PSI/05 Social Psychology


Keywords: Social Representations Theory adolescence everyday life violent behaviors Outdoor Education and Experiential Training

  • Risk and protective factors in everyday life
  • Violence and aggression in adolescence
  • Social representations


Social representations

The theory of social representations presupposes that contents and meanings of social representations are structured and the aim of the theory is to identify, describe, and analyze these structured contents and meanings referring to the social insertions of subjects.

Social representations are forms of Social Knowledge elaborated and constructed in everyday interactions and communications by social groups towards specific social objects which they have daily to do with.