Associate Professor in Sociology of Cultural and Communicative Processes, I carry out research on the way in which media - digital and otherwise - intersect with street protests and social movements. I am currently Principal Investigator of the BIT-ACT research project, which has received funding from the Starting Grant 2018 programme of the European Research Council. As part of the BIT-ACT project I investigate the creation and use of digital media by civil society actors to fight corruption. For more info on this research project, please visit the BIT-ACT website.
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