Amélie Demoures

Amélie Demoures
Université Lumiere Lyon 2 | UL2 · GRePS - Groupe de Recherche en Psychologie Sociale

Doctor of Social Psychology

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Lieux de rumeurs, lieux de co-mémorations. Vers la reconstruction d'un passé : le cas d'AZF. Dans une perspective psychosociale, l'objectif de cette thèse est de saisir l'aspect dynamique de la rumeur inter et intragroupe et son rôle dans la reconstruction des mémoires collectives dans des contextes spatio-temporels précis. A partir d'une étude mon...
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Places of rumors, places of commemorations. Towards the reconstruction of a past: the AZF case. In a psychosocial perspective, the aim of this research is to capture the dynamic aspect of inter and intragroup rumor and its role in the reconstruction of collective memories in specific spatiotemporal contexts. Based on a monographic study relative to...
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L'objectif de cet article est de mettre en avant la diffusion et la transformation des savoirs experts en savoirs dits profanes (Bangerter, 2008). Pour cela nous nous appuyons sur le traitement de l'explosion de l'usine AZF impliquant des discours scientifiques et profanes, notamment autour des risques industriels et chimiques, dans l'explication d...
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This study was based on the analysis of 277 semi-directive interviews of first year undergraduate students in psychology, collected in the context of a French national initiative for academic achievement. During the fall semester, teaching staff interviewed first-year students concerning their experiences of their first months at university, their...

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