Josep is a Spanish independent social psychologist. He has a masters degree in Information and Knowledge Society, a Diploma of Advanced Studies in Social Psychology (degree which qualifies him as a Researcher through the Spanish Ministry of Culture) and university certificates in Social and Cultural Studies and in Personal and Family Conflicts. He followed three years of doctoral research on the social uses and appropriations of how young people make use of information and communication technologies. He studied Philosophy and Humanities, especially in the fields of History, Aesthetic, Language and Science theories.
He describes himself as an epistemologist since, in addition to the practice, research, and theory he devotes much of his time wondering about the process of co-constructing knowledge and about these three social practices in psychology. He found in the Social Construction point of view a lot of resources to help him with these thoughts and questions. He is also interested in the Social Studies of Science and Technology, having participated as a speaker at conferences on this issue and on qualitative research methodologies. - See more at: http://www.taosinstitute.net/josep-segui#sthash.4mBxhAE1.dpuf
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