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Michele Sorice è ordinario di Innovazione Democratica e di Political Sociology al Dipartimento di Scienze Politiche della LUISS “Guido Carli”, dove dirige il Centre for Media and Democratic Innovations “Massimo Baldini” (qui il sito ufficiale). Insegna inoltre Sociologia della comunicazione.

Michele è Honorary Professor alla University of Stirling, Scotland, UK.

Alla LUISS School of Government è direttore del Master in Open Government e Comunicazione Istituzionale (MACOM) e insegna alla Scuola di Giornalismo “Massimo Baldini”.

Membro dell’Advisory Board del Media and Politics Group della Political Studies Association of the UK (PSA) e fa parte del Participatory and Deliberative Democracy Specialists Group della stessa PSA.

Ha svolto attività di ricerca e insegnato all’Università di Roma “la Sapienza” per oltre 16 anni, è stato docente di Sociologia della comunicazione di massa all’Università della Svizzera italiana (USI) di Lugano, e, in qualità di professore invitato, ha insegnato Scienza Politica alla Pontificia Università Gregoriana di Roma; ha tenuto seminari e corsi in diverse università europee.

Le sue principali attività di ricerca riguardano l’innovazione democratica, il rapporto fra media e democrazia, la comunicazione politica, la democrazia deliberativa e partecipativa, la partecipazione sociale e politica, lo studio dei populismi.

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msorice02Michele Sorice is Professor of Democratic Innovation and of Political Sociology at LUISS University, where he is also director of the CMDI – Centre for Media and Democratic Innovations “Massimo Baldini” (here the official website). He also teaches Sociology of Communication.

Michele is Honorary Professor at University of Stirling, Scotland, UK.

At LUISS School of Government, he is the Director of Master in Open Government and Institutional Communication (MACOM), and he also teaches at the School of Journalism.

Michele is a member of the Advisory Board of the Media and Politics Group of the Political Studies Association of the UK and member of the Participatory and Deliberative Democracy Specialists Group of the same association. He is also a member of the Scientific Committee of the International PhD in Political Philosophy and Political Science based at LUISS University. He coordinates a European research network on media, democracy and pluralism.

He has been teaching Media Sociology for 6 years at the University of Lugano, Switzerland, and he was Professor at the University of Rome la Sapienza, Italy. As Invited Professor, he has also been teaching Political Science at Pontifical Gregorian University for several years. He helds lectures and conferences in some European Universities.

Research interests: democratic innovation, the relationships between media and democracy, the participatory and deliberative democracy, the political communication, the social and political participation.

Further information (including CV) are available HERE