“How can one study a secret, obscure, illegal, dangerous phenomenon? A phenomenon that does not lend itself to direct observation, that is overloaded with common-sense images and is affected by widespread social representations that are deeply tied to the institutional perspective? These are the questions the book seeks to answer, offering a multidisciplinary and ethically oriented perspective.”
The curators will discuss this with Liberainformation’s Lorenzo Frigerio.
Ombretta Ingrascì, Research Associate in General Sociology, University of Milan
Monica Massari, Associate professor of general sociology, University of Milan
The “Libera Informazione” Foundation was established in September 2007 on the initiative of journalist Roberto Morrione and the Libera association to create a network among journalists, freelancers, information workers, newspapers, television, radio and web, associations and citizens with the aim of giving right of citizenship to the news that does not find space in the world of information and to establish an observatory on organized crime and the world of information, at the national level.
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