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Kalampalikis, N., Bauer, M., & Apostolidis, T. (Eds.) (2013). Science, technology and society: the social representations approach. International Review of Social Psychology, 26(3), 5-229.

This thematically focused issue of the journal brings together 8 texts and presents a panorama of research of 21 social psychologists from 8 different countries (Australia, Austria, Denmark, France, Germany, Great Britain, Portugal, Switzerland).

This demonstrates the richness, diversity and vivacity of a social psychology that is open to cultural and societal challenges, and testifies the necessity to study social cognition as knowledge-in-context using mixed methodologies.
Furthermore, these developments illustrate the heuristic value of the social representations paradigm in the study of objects in engagement with issues raised by scientific and technological changes and its impact on the social life of contemporary societies.

Guest editors : Nikos Kalampalikis (Univ. Lyon 2, France), Martin W. Bauer (LSE, UK), Thémis Apostolidis (AMU, France).

Contributors : Martha Augoustinos (Univ. of Adelaide, Australia), Peta Callaghan (Univ. of Adelaide, Australia), Sabine Caillaud (Univ. Paris Descartes France), Uwe Flick (Freie Universität Berlin, Germany), Paula Castro (ISCTE, Portugal), Carla Mouro (ISCTE, Portugal), Nicole Kronberger (J. Kepler Univ., Austria), Patricia Duarte (ISCTE, Portugal), Sophie Zadeh (Univ. of Cambridge, UK), Tabitha Freeman (Univ. of Cambridge, UK), Susan Golombok (Univ. of Cambridge, UK), Caroline Léchot (Univ. of Lausanne, Switzerland), Vlad Glaveanu (Univ. of Aalborg, Danemark), Nelly Courvoisier (Univ. of Lausanne, Switzerland), Eva Green (Univ. of Lausanne, Switzerland), Mira Canciu (Univ. of Lausanne, Switzerland), Alain Clémence (Univ. of Lausanne, Switzerland), Lucie Salesses (AMU, France), Déborah Romain (AMU, France), Chloé Eyssartier (CETE de l’Ouest, France), Fabrice Hamelin (IFSTTAR, France).

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