Eliana Fattorini

Eliana Fattorini
Università degli Studi di Trento | UNITN · Department of Sociology and Social Research

Sociology | Management of Organizations and Territorial Networks | Communication of Science and Innovation | PhD Candidate in Sociology and Social Research
PhD Candidate Doctoral School of Social Sciences (University of Trento) | Science Technology and Society – STSTN project

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The Covid-19 pandemic escalated demand for scientific explanations and guidance, creating opportunities for scientists to become publicly visible. In this study, we compared characteristics of visible scientists during the first year of the Covid-19 pandemic (January to December 2020) across 16 countries. We find that the scientists who became visi...
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Objectives: Vaccination campaigns against COVID-19 throughout the world are not only a major organisational challenge, but also a communication and social challenge. Recent data from several countries show that a relevant proportion of citizens either do not plan to be vaccinated against COVID-19 or would rather postpone their vaccination. We argue...
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Second wave of pandemic overwhelms trust in institutions and scientific experts in Italy.
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The paper presents the results of a quantitative analysis of speeches by Nobel laureates in the sciences (Physics, Chemistry, Medicine) at the Prize gala dinner throughout the whole history of the Prize, 1901–2018. The results outline key themes and historical trends. A dominant theme, common to most speeches, is the exaltation of science as a prof...

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