Raquel Ribeiro


Biography

Raquel Ribeiro is a researcher at the Centre for Social Studies of the University of Coimbra. She received her Ph.D. in Psychology by the University of Porto with the thesis "Representations of globalization, justice and relations between countries: A contribution to the study of the meta-system of social representations". She is interested in the study of the psychosocial impacts, socio-territorial inequalities and social justice of economic and financial processes; the way social representations guide individual and collective action and the processes of building policies that promote inclusion, social justice, and non-discrimination. Between 2014 and 2021 she integrated the research teams of the projects "FINFAM - Finance, gender and power: How are Portuguese households managing their finances in the crisis?" (coordination: Lina Coelho); "FINHABIT - Inhabiting in financial times: Housing and the production of space in democratic Portugal" (coordination: Ana Cordeiro Santos); and "Women and Men in times of pandemic. Work, income, living conditions" (coordination: Lina Coelho). Currently, she coordinates the research team of the project "HOU$ING: Financialised housing in 21st century Portugal: Social representations, practices, and political stakes".


Latest Publications

Book Chapter

Ribeiro, Raquel (2022), Espaço físico e território nas representações de"Casa" e "Casa de Sonho", in Sampaio, H.T. et al. (org.), EJI PATER II: encontro de jovens investigadores em património e território. Lab2PT, 374-390

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Article in Scientific journal

Santos, Ana Cordeiro; Ribeiro, Raquel (2021), "Bringing the Concept of Property as a Social Function into the Housing Debate: The Case of Portugal", Housing, Theory and Society, (publicado on line a 3 de novembro de 2021), 1-20

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Article in Scientific journal

Ribeiro, Raquel; Poeschl, Gabrielle (2020), "Social representations of globalisation and the functioning of the metasystem in social comparison contexts: evidence from two studies in Portugal", Opinião Pública, 26, 1, 193-221

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