Di cosa parliamo quando parliamo di Participatory Network Analysis? Una review sistematica

Titolo Rivista: PSICOLOGIA DI COMUNITA’
Autori/Curatori: Patrizia Meringolo, Moira Chiodini
Anno di pubblicazione: 2022 Fascicolo: 1 Lingua: Italiano
Numero pagine: 32 P. 11-42 Dimensione file: 462 KB
DOI: 10.3280/PSC2022-001002
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Il contributo esplora la letteratura scientifica degli ultimi cinque anni sulla Participatory Network Analysis (PNA) ed è finalizzato a verificare l’interesse per il tema nel panorama inter-nazionale e ad analizzare gli studi che possono arricchire i modelli utilizzati in psicologia di comunità. Sono stati estratti da Web of Science e da Scopus 1014 articoli, analizzandone le frequenze negli anni e nelle diverse aree. È stata svolta una review sistematica (PRISMA 2020), soffermandosi su alcuni studi particolarmente innovativi. Viene evidenziata la multidisciplinarietà e la ricchezza delle proposte, oltre ad alcune criticità nell’approccio partecipativo. Vengono rilevate alcune aree in cui la PNA si è dimostrata di particolare utilità, quali la promozione della salute, l’integrazione dei migranti, spazi e luoghi di vita quotidiana, le policies, i contesti di apprendimento, la gestione dei disastri e degli eventi critici.

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Patrizia Meringolo, Moira Chiodini, Di cosa parliamo quando parliamo di Participatory Network Analysis? Una review sistematica in "PSICOLOGIA DI COMUNITA’" 1/2022, pp 11-42, DOI: 10.3280/PSC2022-001002