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SEIDMANN, Susana et al. Social representation of daily life: naturalization and change. Anu. investig. [online]. 2009, vol.16, pp. 287-294. ISSN 1851-1686.

An exploratory research was carried on - UBACYT project - with the aim of describing daily life social representations which young people, in ages between 20 and 30 years old, of different socio-economical levels construct. A combinated study is performed between the procesual (Jodelet, 1984, 2006; Moscovici, 1961, 1984, 2001; Banchs, 2000) and the structural (Abric, 1994) approaches in social representations. In this paper there is a presentation of preliminary results. There were fulfilled interviews which were analized in order to identify what and how the participants report as their daily life. Emergent categories were constructed and related to the theoretical dimensions about daily life. The data show that the themata inside/outside is relevant and expands itself to other oppositions: familiar/new, forseen/unforseen, other significants/choir, wellbeing/malaise and public/private. In terms of objectivation and anchorage, "house" and "work" show up to be figures that make the social representation concrete and anchored.

Keywords : Daily life; Social representation; Themata.

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