Review of Research on Social Representations of Objects and Phenomena in the Field od Education - part 2

Marta Krasuska-Betiuk, Zuzanna Joanna Zbróg

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.12775/PBE.2017.011

Abstract


The aim of this article is to promote the social representations theory created, described and developed by the French psychologist Serge Moscovici in pedagogy research. The article Social representation theory by Serge Moscovici. Qualitative methods of collecting and analysing data (part 1) presents an extensive set of qualitative methods. The proposed text (part 2), provides examples of an approach that combines qualitative and quantitative strategies carried out within the paradigm of the social representations theory. The article includes an exploration of chosen representations of objects and phenomena which are crucial for the field of education Meta-analysis is restricted to the following issues: the perception of the role and function of a teacher, the educational potential of children, cooperation, intelligence, inclusive education and other issues connected with educational theory and practice, e.g. from school didactics.


Keywords


social representations theory; education; the work of a teacher

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