Marco Lombardi

Marco Lombardi
Catholic University of the Sacred Heart | UNICATT · Department of Sociology

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Emergency communication is central, particularly in relation to the ways Institutions approach the issue. As a matter of fact, institutional communication is frequently accused of not being exhaustive, timely and meaningful. This is usually due to the combination of necessarily different roles and different degrees of responsivity among different c...
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In this article we investigate the evolution of ISIS by analysing the text contained in Dabiq, the official ISIS' internet magazine in English. Specifically, we used a computerized text analysis program LIWC (Linguistic Inquiry and Word Count) to investigate the evolution of the language of the first 11 Issues of Dabiq. First, our analysis showed t...
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Natural disaster events are continuously increasing in number and severity in recent years. In 2010, 263 million people were affected by disasters – 110 million more than in 2004, the year of the Asian tsunami. There is a need for citizens as well as public administrators to be educated in disaster resilience issues for better prevention, mitigatio...
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Besides the interviews with clients, police forces and prostitutes, the research foresaw an internet survey to collect further details on/by clients. For this purpose, a Web questionnaire was created and put online from 1 November 2006 to 7 May 2007. It was available on the ISMU site1 in five languages (Dutch, English, Italian, Romanian and Swedish...
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While the trafficking of women for prostitution has been the subject of numerous studies, Prostitution and Human Trafficking is the first book to focus on demand as a key factor in the equation. In order to do this, the editors adopted a double approach: on the one hand, a "virtual ethnography" was developed that focused on the analysis of speciali...
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Beck’s “risk society” is alive. From this starting point the article assumes that risk today has to be addressed in a cultural way, taking into account that risk was not a cultural feature of the Second World War society. Among the tools for addressing the question are risk-communication research and practice, which focus on the exchange of informa...
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Citizenship is a focal point of the discussion on migration in different contests. The paper presents tendencies of the policies implementing citizenship in a comparative perspective among different European countries, stressing the side of activation of policies by institutions versus the side of mobilisation of ethnic minorities to get the status...
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The paper refers to an empirical research run in Cambodia by a mixed team of researchers of the Royal University of Phnom Penh and the Catholic University, supported by New Humanity (NGO by Pontificio Istituto Missioni Estere), focused on the social characters of people living in the rural villages. The study submitted 423 questionnaires to familie...
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Reports on research carried out under the aegis of the European Community as part of the Step Programme. Researchers from the following universities contributed: Berlin (Germany), Grenoble (France), Lancaster (Great Britain), Liège (Belgium), and The Catholic University (Milan, Italy). Aims to evaluate public perception of individuals and organizat...
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This paper has two aims. The first is to identify the role of communication in emergencies. The second is to stress the problems and difficulties emerging from the recent debate on these themes.

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