Representações sociais da globalização e o funcionamento do metassistema em contextos de comparação social

evidência de dois estudos em Portugal

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Palavras-chave:

Globalização, Representações sociais, Metassistema, Comparação social, Identidade social

Resumo

A globalização gera intensos debates e posições contraditórias, sendo um objeto particularmente relevante de representações sociais (RS). Este artigo procura compreender melhor as RS da globalização, analisando como o metassistema social normativo controla, verifica e seleciona o material produzido pelo sistema operativo em contextos de comparação social. Recorrendo a uma abordagem multimétodo, realizamos dois estudos, com entrevistas semiestruturadas (N=30) e um questionário de associação livre de palavras (N=100), na área metropolitana do Porto, em Portugal. Os resultados evidenciam como os contextos de comparação social desencadeiam argumentos em favor dos interesses do grupo e revelam as relações de poder existentes entre grupos. Discute-se a importância de identificar as relações que norteiam o pensamento sobre um dado objeto social, bem como a aplicabilidade da teoria das RS para a compreensão de objetos sociopolíticos complexos e controversos.

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Biografia do Autor

Raquel Ribeiro, Centre for Social Studies of the University of Coimbra

Centre for Social Studies of the University of Coimbra. Coimbra (BL), Portugal.

Gabrielle Poeschl, Universidade do Porto

Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences, University of Porto. Center of Psychology at the University of Porto. Porto (DL), Portugal.

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Ribeiro, R. ., & Poeschl, G. . (2020). Representações sociais da globalização e o funcionamento do metassistema em contextos de comparação social: evidência de dois estudos em Portugal. Opinião Pública, 26(1), 193–221. Recuperado de https://periodicos.sbu.unicamp.br/ojs/index.php/op/article/view/8659542

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