Presentation of the “Major paper” - Sociology and Social Research

PhD Students from 34 cycle

19 September 2019
Versione stampabile

Seminar Room 2nd floor, Department of Sociology and Social Research, Via Verdi 26

9:00 Introduction
9:15-9:45 Valentina Nerino: "Am I arguing with a bot?: a Political Bots Detection Study in the Context of 2019 European Elections" 
Discussants: Martinelli, (Hoffmann)
9:45-10:30 Francesco Marolla: “The right-wing populist parties' appeal. A multilevel analysis on european voters-national elections data”
Discussants: Kolander (Skype), Corti
10:15-10:30 Break
10:30-11:00 Ilaria Lievore: “Do high school teachers grade females more generously? A multilevel regression analysis on student-teacher matched data”
Discussants: Fedeli (Skype), Pietropoli
11:00-11:30 Andrea Pietrolucci “To get by do not get last: an analysis of wealth inequalities on educational outcomes in Italy."
Discussant: Minardi
11:30-11:45 Break
11:45-12:15 Aurora Perego: "With a little help from my friends?: An Exploratory Analysis of Cross-movement Online Connections and Conversation.” 
Discussants: Ciordia (Skype), Yapo
12:15-12:45 Doerte Fischer: "What a difference a protest event makes: Analyzing political discourses about the introduction of a police identification number before and after the anti-G20 protests in Hamburg"
Discussant: Hoffmann (Skype)
12.45 Conclusion