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RIZO GARCIA, Marta. Social Psychology as a theoretical source of communicology: Brief reflections to explore a common conceptual space. Andamios [online]. 2006, vol.3, n.5, pp.163-184. ISSN 2594-1917.

This text seeks to explore the contributions of Social Psychology to Communicology. At the outset, the basic concepts of Social Psychology are exposed, later to establish relations between these and the conceptual space of Communicology. Social Psychology is approached as the historical source of thinking about communication, not as independent discipline. In this sense, the interest of the article is in the possibility of linking both disciplines, to relate common concepts and, finally, to point out some lines of reflection, theoretical as well as empirical, that take into account the common or similar approaches that Social Psychology and Comunicology share. The reflections presented here were made within the framework of the Grupo Hacia una Comunicología Posible (Gucom, Working Group for a Possible Communicology).

Keywords : Comunicology; Social Psychology; interaction; communication; social relations.

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