Stellamarina Donato

Stellamarina Donato
LUMSA Università Maria SS. Assunta di Roma | Lumsa · Department of Human Sciences

PhD
Postdoctoral researcher, LUMSA University of Rome

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Introduction
Postdoctoral researcher in social sciences. Ph.D. and Doctor Europaeus on GBVAW policies. Graduated in International Relations, with a special focus on EU-Mediterranean relations. My research interests encompass: Gender-based Violence Against Women (GBVAW); EU-Mediterranean policies; Women's rights; Gender and Politics; EU migration policy; Gender Migration; Populism in Europe. MC Member (Italy) and Co-gender advisor of the COST Action CA19112 Women on the Move (WEMov).
Additional affiliations
January 2020 - June 2020
University of Zaragoza
Position
  • PhD Student
November 2018 - present
LUMSA Università Maria SS. Assunta di Roma
Position
  • Ph. D. Candidate
January 2018 - June 2018
University of Ljubljana
Position
  • Research intern
Education
October 2015 - November 2017
University of Bologna
Field of study
  • International Relations
October 2012 - October 2015
University of Naples "L'Orientale"
Field of study
  • Political Science

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Publications (9)
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El artículo propone analizar el papel de las organizaciones internacionales (ONU, COE) en el debate sobre la libertad y la justicia social co-mo parte de los derechos humanos. Con énfasis particular en los dere-chos de las mujeres, el objetivo de la contribución es mostrar cómo la perspectiva del gender blind ha caracterizado el panorama de las org...
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The article addresses the teenagers’ perception of those forms of teen dating violence that occur on digital media (i.e., ‘digital dating abuse,’ DDA), such as snooping around, controlling behaviors, and aggravated sexting. It contributes to the strand of studies on DDA and those on the mutual shaping relationship between technology and society by...
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The FridaysForFuture movement (FFF), launched by Greta Thumberg's school strikes in 2018, has led a new wave of climate activism worldwide. Young people are at the forefront, with social media serving both as mobilizing tools and expressive spaces. Drawing upon literature on youth and digital activism with a generational, situated approach, we acco...
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This article addresses the issue of populist foreign policy in Argentina and employs a multi-methods research that combines discourse analysis, foreign policy analysis, and historical political reconstruction of Kirchnerism. Theoretically, we refer to populism as an "Ideational Approach" and we consider Destradi and Plegaman's thematic lines in ord...
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Mobile media technologies place users in digital (online) as well as physical (offline) spaces in novel ways, opening up new environments of affordances. In everyday life these mobile online and offline spaces are increasingly interdependent and interwoven in manifold ways. Practices, experiences, meanings and expectations are negotiated across the...
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La violencia de género contra las mujeres (GBVAW) es un problema social muy arraigado en las sociedades que se encuentra desde siempre en un momento crítico y que hay que abordar a nivel global. Este artículo se ocupa de la GBVAW durante los meses de marzo-octubre 2020 y compa-ra los casos de Italia y España. La investigación adopta una metodología...
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This article addresses the issue of gender-based violence against women (GBVAW) during the COVID-19 pandemic lockdown. With an emphasis on intimate partner violence (IPV), it focuses on the degree of government responsiveness to this issue and compares the cases of Spain and Italy: two European countries that-from March to May 2020-were among the h...
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This research article summarizes the chronogram of United Nations documents issued since 1993 to combat gender-based violence against women, analyzing the case of two countries in particular, Mexico and Italy, in a comparative qualitative methodology. We examine the sequence of legal acts approved in each country, the semantics of laws, their theor...
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The purpose of this research is to reflect upon the recent rise of populism and anti-EU sentiments in CEE by combining existing literature and data with a new empirical research and analysis, with one eye on general theory and the other on the particular context of the region. Chapter one engages with the common discourses suggesting that the rise...

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The present project aims at shedding light on the development of the terms and policies adopted by the international community in fighting violence against women (VAW). The starting point of the research is the 48/104 UN resolution of 1993 adopted by the General Assembly. In this analysis, we consider a period of 25 years, following the International Conferences on Women in the apparatus of the UN, from the one in Beijing 1995. We believe that the chance to look at the different platforms and resolutions of the above-mentioned conferences is helpful in the production and understanding of the VAW policies in the international scenario. There is a reference to the implementation and reaction of the Council of Europe, as well as the regional forces of the EU able of bringing about the creation and the progress of societies by producing cultural, societal and political transformation on the topic.
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Focus 5 countries: Hungary, Slovenia, Slovakia, Poland and Czech Republic