The concept of polarization: how useful for social and political sciences?
SPS TREND Webinar
21 January 2021, h. 14,30
on MS TEAMS
Polarization is following the fate of many other concepts in social sciences. The rising popularity and diffusion among different domains and disciplines go holding hands with the versatility of the concept and with the many meanings attached to it. The seminar aims to discuss different application of the concept of polarization to assess how useful it is for social and political sciences.
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Chair: Paolo Segatti (University of Milan)
Federico Vegetti (University of Turin)
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Sergio Splendore (University of Milan) and Laura Iannelli (University of Sassari)
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Nazareno Panichella (University of Milan), Maurizio Avola (University of Catania) and Giorgio Piccitto (Bocconi University)
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