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December 17, 2019

PAR.1.02 | 13:30 - 18:00 hrs

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 ABOUT

The DisCo Team

Chair

Dr. Frédéric Basso

 

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 SPEAKERS 2019

 
 

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SCHEDULE

Tuesday

December 17th, 2019

LSE PARISH HALL

PA.1.02

13:30

Welcome: Why are we here?

The DisCo Team

13:40

Introduction

Dr. Frédéric Basso

Social & Cultural Psychology

13:50

Understanding a liminal condition: Representing the “Vegetative State” in Italian, Indian and UK news.

Edoardo Zulato, MSc Social and Cultural Psychology

14:00

“If we let them in, they will try to take our country again”: The influence of collective memory on present attitudes in Lebanon.

Mariam Khoury, MSc Social and Cultural Psychology

14:10

Caught in the crossfire: Colombian conflict victims’ representation of peace, conflict and violence.

Natalia Fanjul, MSc Social and Cultural Psychology

14:20

“I don’t want to be seen by them as someone with ‘problems’, I want to be seen as a fun, intelligent sex goddess!”: An Examination of How Autistic Women Use Blogs to Represent Their Autism.

Mattie Kendall, MSc Social and Cultural Psychology

14:30

Q&A

14:40

Coffee Break

Organisational & Social Psychology

14:50

In search for Greater good in the private sector: A quantitative analysis of social-oriented meaning in the private sector.

Ayala Schlesinger, MSc Organisational and Social Psychology

15:00

Integrating Individual and Collective: A Paradox Perspective on Organisational Socialisation in a Self-Managing Organisation.

Åsa Jonsson, MSc Organisational and Social Psychology

15:10

Why work? Social representations of work in the context of dialogicality at a Saudi Arabian Bedouin village under transition.

Ali Amhaz, MSc Organisational and Social Psychology

15:20

‘I Thought No One Would Care’: The Windrush Scandal and Social Representations of Blackness.

Brian Walker, MSc Social and Public Communication

15:30

Q&A

15:40

Coffee Break

Psychology of Economic Life

15:55

Solving one problem at the time: an analysis of problem solving in the context of a citizen participation project.

Filippo Muzi Falconi, MSc Psychology of Economic Life

16:05

Escaping Traditional Problem-Solving: The Effects of Leadership and Labour Division on Group Problem-Solving.

Lindsey Depledge, MSc Psychology of Economic Life

16:15

“Say Cheese!” Humane Halos from Environmental Practices in Dairy Production.

Heidi Zamzow, MSc Psychology of Economic Life

16:25

Q&A

16:35

Panel: What did we learn today?

16:50

Closing Remarks

The DisCo Team + Dr. Frédéric Basso

17:00

Networking & Drinks

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SPONSORS

 
 

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LOCATION

The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE)

Parish Hall - PA.1.02

Sheffield Street, London WC2A 2AP

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