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    Linking Science to Common Sense
    Journal for the Theory of Social Behaviour 38 (4): 393-409. 2008.
    The distinction between the reified universe of science and the consensual universe of common sense introduced by Serge Moscovici in the Psychoanalysis and reiterated in further texts always gave rise to debate and puzzled interrogations.In the present text it is argued that for Serge Moscovici there is both a discontinuity and continuity between the two fields of science and common sense although at different levels of analysis.They would be discontinuous at the operative theoretical level corr…Read more
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    Lost in Translation: From Influence to Persuasion
    Diogenes 55 (1): 107-119. 2008.
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    Linking Science to Common Sense
    Journal for the Theory of Social Behaviour 38 (4): 393-409. 2008.
    The distinction between the reified universe of science and the consensual universe of common sense introduced by Serge Moscovici in the Psychoanalysis and reiterated in further texts always gave rise to debate and puzzled interrogations.In the present text it is argued that for Serge Moscovici there is both a discontinuity and continuity between the two fields of science and common sense although at different levels of analysis.They would be discontinuous at the operative theoretical level corr…Read more
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    Lost in Translation: From Influence to Persuasion
    Diogenes 55 (1): 107-119. 2008.
    Social influence and persuasion are not synonyms. This paper traces back the different approaches and distinctions constituting the two concepts and argues that the two research traditions focused respectively on social influence in group processes and on individual attitude change through persuasive communication, could be re-examined from a different vantage point, casting a new light on the continuities between them
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    Lost in translation
    Diogène 217 (1): 133-. 2007.