Social Representations Theory And Critical Constructionism: Insights From Caillaud’s Article

  • Mauro Sarrica Sapienza University of Rome
  • Bruno Mazzara Sapienza University of Rome
  • Sonia Brondi Sapienza University of Rome


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Author Biographies

Mauro Sarrica, Sapienza University of Rome

MAURO SARRICA is a researcher in Social Psychology at Sapienza University of Rome. His research interests include the social construction of knowledge, social representations of sustainable energy, social construction of environmental conflicts and citizenship, ICTs4D and peace psychology.

Bruno Mazzara, Sapienza University of Rome

BRUNO MAZZARA is full professor of Social Psychology and Head of the Department of Communication and Social Research at Sapienza University of Rome (Italy). His scientific interests include cultural psychology, intergroup relations and psychological aspects of human-environment relationship.

Sonia Brondi, Sapienza University of Rome

SONIA BRONDI is a social psychologist. She completed a PhD in Social Sciences at the University of Padova (Italy) and a four-year post-doc at Sapienza, University of Rome (Italy). Her main interests include the study of environmental changes from a socio-constructivist perspective, with a focus on memory and identity processes, and public participation.