PARTECIPAZIONE E CONFLITTO

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ISSN: 1972-7623 (print)
ISSN: 2035-6609 (online)
DOI Prefix: 10.1285/i20356609


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PACO METRICS 2021
(SCOPUS):
CiteScore; 1,80
SJR: 0,370
SNIP: 0,712
Best Quartile: Q2/70%

(Google Scholar):
h-index: 26
g-index: 41
h-index norm: 22

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Partecipazione e Conflitto [Participation and Conflict] is an International Journal based in Italy specialized in social and political studies.

PACO houses research and studies on the transformations of politics and its key players (political parties, interest groups, social movements, associations, unions, etc.), focusing in particular on the dynamics of participation both by individuals acting in conventional ways, and by those who prefer protest-oriented repertoires of action.

Special attention is also paid to the dynamics of transformation of contemporary political systems, with an eye fixed on the processes of democratization besides on the spaces opening to the new forms of governance both at local and sub-national, and supra-national level.

All are inscribed in that complex phenomenon represented by the trans-nationalization of social, political and economic processes, without neglecting the nation-state dimension.

The journal emphasizes innovative studies and research of high methodological rigor, treasuring of the most recent theoretical and empirical contributions in social and political sciences.

The NEW SERIES of PARTECIPAZIONE E CONFLITTO starts in 2014. Every issue is published in English, available in electronic and open access version. Anyhow in the Archives section it is possible to consult the contents of all issues published since 2008 accessing abstracts and previews of every article from the webpage of the Old Publisher. By clicking the following link you can read some more information about Our History.

 

 

 

  • The Journal is published in three issues for year (March, July, and November).
  • PACO is rated CLASS A by the Italian Academic Research Evaluation Agency (Anvur) for the area 14 (Sociology and Political Science).
  • After a rigorous double blind peer review process, publication in PACO is free of charge
  • Access to the journal is free but REGISTRATION on the website allows to receive every news from PACO

 

 

 

 

Announcements

 

CALL FOR PAPERS, PACO 17(1): 2024

 

‘Freedom and the Illiberal Zeitgeist in East-Central Europe - a Conflict-Laden Relationship’

Guest editors:

Szabina Kerenyi (CSS Budapest) kerenyi.szabina@tk.hu
Piotr Kocyba (EFBI, Leipzig and IFiS PAN, Warsaw) piotr.kocyba@ifispan.edu.pl
Marcin Ślarzyński (IFiS PAN, Warsaw) mslarzynski@ifispan.edu.pl

 
Posted: 2023-02-02 More...
 

CALL FOR PAPERS, PACO 16(2): 2023

 

°Ma(r)king solidarity boundaries towards migrants. Individual, local and transnational experiences°

Guest editors:

Amandine Desille (University of Bordeaux)

Tina Magazzini (Czech Academy of Sciences and European University Institute)

 
Posted: 2022-07-27 More...
 

CALL FOR PAPERS, PACO 16(3): 2023

 

Antifa From Below

Guest editors:

Ali Jones (Center for Trust, Peace and Social Relations, Coventry)

Nils Schumacher (Universität Hamburg)

Grzegorz Piotrowski (University of Gdańsk)

 
Posted: 2022-05-31 More...
 

CALL FOR PAPERS, PACO 16(1): 2023

 

"Labour conflict, forms of organization and class"

Internationally coordinated themed collection sponsored by

Global Labour Journal

Partecipazione e Conflitto

Revista Latinoamericana de Estudios del Trabajo

The Economic and Labour Relations Review


Editors:

Maurizio Atzeni, Centre for Labour Relations, CEIL/CONICET, Argentina

Jenny Chan, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong

Devi Sacchetto, University of Padua, Italia

 
Posted: 2021-08-31 More...
 
More Announcements...

Vol. 15, No. 3 (2022). Special issue on: "Investigating Vaccine Controversies during the Covid-19 Pandemic"

Guest editors: Niccolò Bertuzzi, Erica Lagalisse, Elisa Lello, Giampietro Gobo and Barbara Sena

Editorial


Politics During and After Covid-19: Science, Health and Social Protest Details     PDF
Niccolò Bertuzzi, Erica Lagalisse, Elisa Lello, Giampietro Gobo, Barbara Sena 507-529

Special Issue


The Scientific Controversy on Covid-19 and the Image of Science as an Expert System: Comparing the Debate in Italy and UK Details     PDF
Fabio Lucchini, Michele Marzulli 530-548

The "Green Pass" Controversy in the Italian Twittersphere: a Digital Methods Mapping Details     PDF
Federico Pilati, Andrea Miconi 549-566

Early Home Therapies against Covid-19. An Italian Case of Politicisation of Science? Details     PDF
Enrico Campo, Matteo De Toffoli, Giampietro Gobo, Fabrizio Strata 567-594

Looking at Covid-19 vaccine hesitancy through a macro perspective. A comparative study of Italy, Poland and Portugal Details     PDF
Silvia Cervia, Maja Sawicka, Barbara Sena, Mauro Serapioni 595-613

From Availability to Accessibility. Vaccination Proximity in a Social Clinic in Palermo Details     PDF
Sara Vallerani 614-633

Understanding the Impact of (Anti-)Racism on Covid-19 Vaccine Allocation Decision-Making Details     PDF
Sophie Webb 634-650

Virtuosos of Mimesis and Mimicry: a Case Study of Movements Propagating Conspiracy Theories in Ireland and Poland Details     PDF
Elżbieta Drążkiewicz 651-671

Vaccine hesitancy and refusal during the Covid-19 pandemic in Italy: Individualistic claims or repoliticization? Details     PDF
Elisa Lello, Niccolò Bertuzzi, Marco Pedroni, Luca Raffini 672-696

Free choice in the making: Vaccine-related activism as an alternative form of citizenship during the Covid-19 pandemic. Details     PDF
Barbara Morsello, Paolo Giardullo 697-719

Waves in Cycle: The protests against anti-contagion measures and vaccination in Covid-19 times in Italy Details     PDF
Donatella della Porta, Anna Lavizzari 720-740

The Anti-Restrictions Movement and the Populist Counterpublics in Denmark Details     PDF
Óscar García Agustín, Anita Nissen 741-760

The technocratic reason in the government of emergency. A theoretical analysis on the management of the Covid-19 epidemic Details     PDF
Emilio Gardini 761-778

The Conspiracy Theory/Vaccine Hesitancy nexus as rhetorical boundary work. A critical analysis of the production of scientific ignorance in literature reviews Details     PDF
Nicola Stocco 779-799

Open Section


From Loopholes to Deinstitutionalization: The Platform Economy and the Undermining of Labor and Social Security Institutions Details     PDF
Fabian Beckmann, Fabian Hoose 800-826

We Must Draw a Different Future! Insights from the Frontline Anti-Violence Work During the Pandemic in Italy Details     PDF
Pietro Demurtas, Caterina Peroni 827-845

The Macerata Shooting: Digital Movements of Opinion in the Hybrid Media System Details     PDF
Guido Anselmi, Marcello Maneri, Fabio Quassoli 846-864

Towards the Formation of Genuine European Parties? Examining and Comparing the Cases of DiEM25 and Volt Europa Details     PDF
Panos Panayotu, Giorgos Katsambekis 865-884

University-Industry Relations in the Oil and Gas Sector in Russia Details     PDF
Marco Cilento, Alessandro Tinti 885-897

Teaching Italian and Reconfiguring Citizenship: The Case of Language Volunteers in Migrant Education Details     PDF
Maurizio Artero 898-915

Unemployment and Social Participation: The Joint Role of Individual and Contextual Unemployment in Europe Details     PDF
Leo Azzollini 916-955

Symposium


Movements and Parties: An Introduction Details     PDF
Manuela Caiani 956-961

Movements and Parties by Sidney Tarrow Details     PDF
Daniela R. Piccio 962-966

Notes on Sidney Tarrow's Movements and Parties Details     PDF
Donatella della Porta 967-969

Movements and Parties: Beyond Contentious Performances Details     PDF
Rebecca Neaera Abers, Débora Cristina Rezende de Almeida, Marisa von Bülow 970-976

Overcoming Movement Centrism Details     PDF
Dieter Rucht 977-982

Sidney Tarrow Breaches Boundaries Details     PDF
Mona El-Ghobashy 983-987

Movements, Parties, and Hybrids Details     PDF
Santiago Anria 988-992

From Parties to Movements: Studying the Radical Right with Sidney Tarrow Details     PDF
Michael Minkenberg 993-997

Understanding the Birth, Quality and Collapse of Democratic Regimes through Movement-Party Interactions Details     PDF
Lorenzo Mosca 998-1007

Book Reviews


Gary Alan Fine, The Hinge. Civil Society, Group Cultures and the Power of Local Commitments. Chicago: Chicago University Press, 2021. Details     PDF
Sebastiano Citroni 1008-1018

Nicolas Duvoux and Nadége Vezinat (eds) (2022). La santé sociale, Paris: Puf. Details     PDF
Sara Vallerani 1019-1027


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