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Journal Articles Revue Internationale de Psychologie Sociale = International review of social psychology Year : 2013

Science, technologie et société : l’approche des représentations sociales

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Abstract

The present special issue explores the role that science and technology play in modern common sense and daily practices. The modern techno-sciences introduce new systems of production, regulation, opinion, knowledge and know-how. They propose new dieting rules at the crossroads of private and public health, research and nutrition. Techno-science makes available new technologies of reproduction; in changing ecological practices climate science impacts our lifestyles. Dieting habits, gender relations, bio-medical ethics, our relationship to the natural world, the wish for a child, projection, transmission and identification within the family are redefined , acquire legal acceptance, upset language, and disturb traditions and religious codes, foster political debates and mass fears (Kalampalikis, Haas, Fieulaine, Doumergue, & Deschamps, 2013). We witness the opening of a new era of societal representations. These novelties afford new practices and forge new thinking that invite social sciences – in particular social psychology – to question their theoretical models and approaches with respect to new political, legal, psychological and societal realities.

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halshs-01213710 , version 1 (22-03-2018)

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Nikos Kalampalikis, Martin W. Bauer, Thémis Apostolidis. Science, technologie et société : l’approche des représentations sociales. Revue Internationale de Psychologie Sociale = International review of social psychology, 2013, 26 (3). ⟨halshs-01213710⟩
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