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Professionalization and evaluation: A European analysis in the digital era
It is expected that the number of evaluators will continue to grow in the near future. However, the heterogeneity of different national contexts makes the consolidation of a consistent ‘jurisdiction’Expand
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Environmental health risk communication in the case "Terra dei Fuochi": content analysis of online newspaper articles.
BACKGROUND The aim of the study is to evaluate the way in which information is conveyed by one of the major national newspapers, in its online version, Repubblica.it, about health risks associatedExpand
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Migration policies and digital technologies in Europe: a comparison between Italy and Spain
ABSTRACT This paper analyses the connection between European migration policies and digital technologies, with a look at the significant changes that have affected the formation and meaning ofExpand
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Transfer of innovation, knowledge and competencies on the care service for people with acquired disabilities: the European Project "Care for Work".
BACKGROUND The growing needs of people with disabilities require to integrate this issue into public health in order to improve political feasibility and to ensure that disability will not be leftExpand
Net-Activism on Twitter. McDonald’s and Coca Cola @Expo2015
In recent years political participation and political consumerism have highlighted the ethical and responsible side of consumption practices. The internet at large and social media have increased theExpand
Beyond Humanitarian Narratives: Critical Perspectives on Media, Migration, and International Cooperation
15.30 | I SESSION –HUMANITARIAN COMMUNICATION: ETHICAL AND POLITICAL ASPECTS INTRODUCTION AND CHAIR: Paola Parmiggiani (University of Bologna) KEYNOTE SPEAKER: Suzanne Franks, City University ofExpand
Environmental health risks communication: textual analysis of online newspapers and characterization of reading profiles
Background The media is a powerful tool for informing the public about environmental health risks. There is a significant distance between “expert knowledge” and “common knowledge”, highlightingExpand