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25.11.2019 at 09:00 - 31.12.2019 at 23:59


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Examinarium-tentti on tarkoitettu ensisijaisesti niille Helsingin yliopiston tutkinto-opiskelijoille, joilla on vanhojen tutkintovaatimusten (2016–2017) mukaiset sosiaalipsykologian opinnot kesken ja joilta puuttuu tämä opintojakso. Tentti on tarkoitettu myös niille Helsingin yliopiston tutkinto-opiskelijoille, jotka haluavat tällä tentillä korvata jonkin uusien tutkintovaatimusten (2017–2020) mukaisen opintojakson vastaavuustaulukon mukaisesti.

After having completed this exam students should be able to describe 1) the main principles and concepts of social representations theory and social constructionism, 2) how those principles and concepts can be deployed in empirical research, and 3) the different emphases of various social constructionist approaches in social psychology.

Study method is online examination in Examinarium. First enroll in WebOodi. Then make the time and place reservation in Examinarium:


Holstein & Gubrium (eds.) Handbook of Constructionist research luvut 9, 12- 16,) (n. 117 s.)

Niska, M. & Vesala, K. M.(2013). SME policy implementation as a relational challenge. Entrepreneurship & Regional Development, 25(5-6), 521-540.

Peltola, S. & Vesala, K. M.(2013). Constructing entrepreneurial orientation in a selling context: the qualitative attitude approach. Poznan University of Economics Review, 13(1), 26 – 47.

Pyysiäinen, J. 2010. “Co-constructing a Virtuous Ingroup Attitude? Evaluation of New Business Activities in a Group Interview of Farmers.” Text & Talk 30 (6): 701–721.

Pyysiäinen, J. & Vesala K.M. (2013). Activating Farmers. Uses of entrepreneurship discourse in the rhetoric of policy implementers. Discourse & Communication, 7(1), 55-73. (yht. n. 80 s.)

Moscovici, S. (1984/2000). The phenomenon of social representations. Teoksessa: Moscovici, Duveen, G (toim.) Social Representations: Explorations in Social Psychology. (n. 60s)

Moloney, G., & Walker, I. (toim.). (2007). Social representations and identity: content, process and power. New York: Palgrave Macmillan. (luvut 1, 5, 6, 7, 8, 12) (n. 120s.)

Hakoköngäs, E., & Sakki, I. (2016). The Naturalized Nation: Anchoring, Objectification and Naturalized Social Representations of History. Journal of Social and Political Psychology, 4(2), 646-669. (23 s.)

Pirttilä-Backman, A.-M., Menard, R., Verma, J., & Kassea, R. (2017) Social Representations of Trust Among Teachers and Principals in Cameroonian, Indian and Finnish Schools. Journal of Social and Political Psychology, 5(1), 29-57. (28 s.)