Reference Readings

Reference Books and Articles for Assessment

Books/Articles (2020/2021)

  1. de Nardis, F. (2020) Understanding Politics and Society. London: Palgrave Macmillan.
  2. Blokker, P. and Anselmi, M. (Eds.) (2020) Multiple Populisms. Italy as Democracy’s Mirror. London: Routledge.
  3. De Blasio, E. and Sorice, M. (2019) E-Democracy and Digital Activism: From Divergent Paths Toward a New Frame. International Journal of Communication, 13: 5715-5733
  4. Articles provided by the teachers

Not attending students are requested to replace the articles (item n. 4: please see: Teaching and Assessment) with the book: (tbd)

Books at points 1 and 2 are also available as ebooks (Kindle, etc.); the article at point 3 is free for downloading (click the link). The book at point 4 is free for downloading (click the link)

 

Books/Articles (2019/2020)

  1. Clemens, E. S. (2016) What is Political Sociology? Cambridge: Polity.
  2. Wilson, J. and Swyngedouw E. (2015) The Post-Political and Its Discontents. Spaces of Depoliticisation, Spectres of Radical Politics. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.
  3. De Blasio, E. and Sorice, M. (2018) Populism among technology, e-democracy and the depoliticisation process. Revista Internacional de Sociologìa, 76(4), e109.
  4. della Porta, D., Fernandez, J., Kouki, H. and Mosca, L. (2017) Movement Parties Against Austerity. Cambridge: Polity

 

Not attending students are requested to study the third book (item n. 4: please see: Teaching and Assessment)

Basic references