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Paolo Giardullo

Research Fellow, University of Padova, FISPPA Department, Section of Sociology

Paolo Giardullo (PhD in Sociologia dei fenomeni culturali e dei processi normativi Univ. degli Studi di Urbino) works at the intersection between STS and environmental sociology. He has been invited as a visiting scholar at Katholieke Universiteit di Leuven (Belgium) within Geography Division of Natural Sciences Faculty. His research considers the construction of environmental data as the outcome of non-institutional processes as citizen science and other bottom-up initiatives (NEWSERA project).

He further investigates public discourses about science and technology on the media through a continuative collaboration within TIPS project adopting machine learning techniques for content analysis. Besides these research interests, he applies mixed methods in connection with the digital methods approach. He teaches Environmental Sociology for BA students in Sociological Sciences at University of Padua.

Recent Publications:

Mariagiovanna Onorati, GIARDULLO P (2020). Social media as taste re-mediators: Emerging patterns of Food taste on TripAdivsor. FOOD, CULTURE AND SOCIETY, ISSN: 1751-7443, doi: 10.1080/15528014.2020.1715074


GIARDULLO P, Pellizzoni L., Brondi S. (2019). Connecting dots: multiple perspectives on socio-technical transition and social practices. TECNOSCIENZA, vol. 10, p. 123-129, ISSN: 2038-3460


Neresini F., GIARDULLO P., Di Buccio E., Cammozzo A. (2019). Exploring socio-technical future scenarios in the media: the energy transition case in Italian daily newspapers. QUALITY & QUANTITY, ISSN: 0033-5177, doi: 10.1007/s11135-019-00947-w


Giardullo P., (2019). Automatizing Green Practices? The Analysis of Reverse Vending Machines as a Re-contamination of Theories of Practices. SOCIOLOGICA, vol. 13, p. 149-166, ISSN: 1971-8853, doi: 10.6092/issn.1971-8853/9424


Giardullo P., (2019). Spreading mosquitoes: a media analysis of Italian national newspaper coverage of mosquito-borne diseases and related interventions. In: (a cura di): Cecilia Claeys, Mosquitoes management: Environmental issues and health concerns. p. 84-111, Bruxelles:Peter Lang, ISBN: 978-2-8076-0243-4


Giardullo P., (2018). Non è aria: cittadini e politiche contro l’inquinamento atmosferico. BOLOGNA: Il Mulino, ISBN: 978-88-15-27832-6


Crabu S., GIARDULLO P., Miele F., Turrini M. (a cura di) (2017). Sociotechnical Environments: Proceedings of the 6th STS ITALIA CONFERENCE. Milano:STS Italia Publishing


Crovato S, Pinto A., GIARDULLO P., Mascarello G., Neresini F., Ravarotto L. (2016). Food safety and young consumers: Testing a serious game as a risk communication tool. FOOD CONTROL, vol. 62, p. 134-141, ISSN: 0956-7135, doi: 10.1016/j.foodcont.2015.10.009


GIARDULLO P, Sergi V. Carton W., Kenis A., Kesteloot C., Kazepov, Y. Kobus D., Maione M., Skotak K., Fuzzi S., Pollini F. (2016). Air quality from a social perspective in four European metropolitan areas: Research hypothesis and evidence from the SEFIRA project. ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & POLICY, vol. 65, p. 58-64, ISSN: 1462-9011, doi: 10.1016/j.envsci.2016.05.002


Giardullo P., (2016). Does ‘bigger’mean ‘better’? Pitfalls and shortcuts associated with big data for social research. QUALITY AND QUANTITY, vol. 2, p. 529-547, ISSN: 1573-7845, doi: 10.1007/s11135-015-0162-8