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PERCEIVE deliverable 4.5: Report on the comparative analysis of experts' and citizens' perceptions and views

Monica Mihaela Tudor, Violeta Florian, Mihai Alexandru Chitea, Elisabeta Stefania Rosu, Marioara Rusu, Lorena Florentina Chitea, Iuliana Ionel, Elena Sima & Mihaela Kruszlikica
This report is a comparative analysis of nine regional case-studies selected in our project, based on original data collected through the PERCEIVE field survey that was conducted during the summer of 2017 and on the reports on regional case studies written by Perceive’s partners. Each report was based on the analysis of the focus group’s section that addresses the assessment of Cohesion Policy. The general objective of this report is to synthesize the citizens’ and...

PERCEIVE deliverable 2.2 “Mapping the determinants of EU citizen’s perception and identification”

Enrique López-Bazo & Vicente Royuela
Why individuals identify with Europe? In the absence of direct personal experiences with the EU and with people of other member states, how can the identification with the European project be developed? Despite the great number of EU competences, legislation and policy programmes, they are mostly implemented by member states. Are these EU policies amplifying citizens’ exposure to the idea of the EU? And finally, are citizens aware of the aims and perceive the benefits...

PERCEIVE deliverable 5.3 ‘Production of a report discussing (including visualizing topographic maps of meanings) the emergent topics in identityrelevant discourse at the different levels’

Vitaliano Barberio, Ines Kuric, Edoardo Mollona & Luca Pareschi
In this report we describe the results of the analysis that we performed through topic modeling on the texts that we collected and described in the previous deliverable 5.2. In particular, our aim was to analyze the latent meaning structure, and the shared meanings of EU policies and EU identity, on four levels of communication: 1) Communications of the EU: here we analyzed the magazine Panorama; 2) Local implementation: here we analyzed financed projects’ abstracts;...

PERCEIVE deliverable 3.3 - Descriptive report on the specific role of new media in EU financed projects' communication strategies

Vitaliano Barberio, Ines Kuric, Markus Höllerer, Edoardo Mollona & Luca Pareschi
In this report, we inquire the role of new social media as a communication tool of EU Cohesion Policy. Practitioners in the feld of public policy communication in general and Cohesion Policy in particular tend to agree on the need to increase the prominence and effectiveness of new media as key channels of strategic communication of both central institutions and national/local managing authorities. Social media in particular tends to be associated with the possibility of...

Informal Employment Relationships and the Labor Market: Is there Segmentation in Ukraine?

Hartmut Lehmann & Norberto Pignatti
One of the most important factors that determine individuals’ quality of life and wellbeing is their position in the labor market and the type of jobs that they hold. When workers are rationed out of the formal segment of the labor market against their will, i.e., the labor market is segmented, their quality of life is limited, and their wellbeing is reduced. When they can freely choose between a formal or informal employment relationship, i.e.,...

Atti del VI Convegno Nazionale Società Italiana di Scienze Sensoriali

Società Italiana Di Scienze Sensoriali
Atti del VI Convegno Nazionale Società Italiana di Scienze Sensoriali 30 novembre - 2 dicembre 2016 Bologna, Camplus Living Bononia

The Price of Discovering Your Needs Online

Elias Carroni, Luca Ferrari & Simone Righi
Thanks to new digital technologies, web users are continuously targeted by offers that potentially fit their interests even if they are not actively looking for a product. Does this matching always promote transactions with high social value? We consider a model in which web users with state-contingent preferences are targeted by relevant banners. We characterize the optimal strategy of a seller who, in addition to the price of the offered good, designs a banner. We...

Le forme del conflitto

Emanuela De Cecco & Roberto Pinto
piano b. Arti e culture visive, Vol 2, No 1 (2017): Le forme del conflitto

Il conflitto che definisce lo stile: esempi nella storiografia artistica da Vasari a Longhi

Carmela Vargas
Nella critica d’arte ha sempre avuto un posto importante l’utilizzo del conflitto come strumento di interpretazione dei fatti artistici: usato per spiegare le caratteristiche di personalità differenti, come accade in Vasari che configura molte delle sue biografie come coppie di opposti; in Bellori, che costruisce la sua scala di valori normativi, contrapponendo maniere artistiche in conflitto per far emergere quella che ritiene esemplare; o Winckelmann, sulla differenza tra antichi e moderni. Conflitti aperti, ma che...

Rielaborare il conflitto. “Bunker”, un caso di arte relazionale

Cecilia De Carli
Il contributo affronta il tema del conflitto sul versante positivo della sua rielaborazione attraverso un caso di arte relazionale. Si tratta del processo messo in campo da Laura Morelli legato al bombardamento avvenuto il 16 luglio 1944 sulle Acciaierie Dalmine. Tra il 2006 e il 2007 l’artista affronta la rielaborazione di quell’ accaduto attraverso una ricerca storica e un progetto artistico/relazionale di coinvolgimento di gruppi di popolazione che avevano subito la perdita dei propri cari,...

Dissenting Design

Simona Cosentino & Eleonora Lupo
Nell’ambito della disciplina e della pratica progettuale del design (intesa nella sua accezione più ampia, di «strategic problem-solving process that drives innovation, builds business success, and leads to a better quality of life through innovative products, systems, services, and experiences» (ICSID, 2015) il conflitto ha da sempre avuto un ruolo fondamentale come impulso di evoluzione, di vera e propria rigenerazione culturale che si esprime attraverso le visioni degli artefatti, siano essi fisici o cognitivi, dei...

Street Art e museo: museofobia o museofilia?

Francesca Iannelli
Agli inizi della (breve) storia della street art non c'era nemico più acerrimo del museo per un'arte che nasceva sovversiva e vandalica. Con il tempo le distanze si sono accorciate e il rapporto tra street art e istituzione museale è divenuto sempre più ambiguo e incandescente in entrambe le direzioni. Dalla "museofobia" degli inizi - in parte ancora fieramente praticata da alcuni artisti come l'italiano Blu, che ha deciso di "sacrificare" alcuni dei suoi murales...

Traduzione e conflitto: il fumetto americano nella politica editoriale della rivista “Linus”

Laura Chiara Spinelli
Nella consapevolezza del ruolo svolto dalla traduzione nella circolazione o nella resistenza a opere che creano l’ambiente morale e intellettuale per il conflitto [Baker], la finalità di questo articolo è l’analisi della ricezione del fumetto americano in Italia, con particolare riferimento alla rivista “Linus” che, dal 1965, si propone di dare nuova legittimazione al genere, fondato sull’interazione tra parola e immagine. Agli occhi del pubblico adulto si dispiega nel fumetto una dichiarazione ideologica, di cui...

Il conflitto nell’opera di Nanni Balestrini, “dadaista d’assalto” . Azioni e performance degli anni Sessanta

Cristina Casero
Il conflitto è alla base di ogni intervento della ricerca di Nanni Balestrini che si è sempre incentrata intorno ad un’analisi del linguaggio, della sua ambivalenza e della sua ambiguità, sia in ambito più strettamente letterario, sia in quello più apertamente riferibile alle ricerche verbo visuali. In questo intervento propongo una riflessione su questo aspetto della ricerca dell’artista, dedicando particolare attenzione ad alcune performance che Balestrini progetta e realizza nel corso degli anni Sessanta, come...

L’élite ostile. La battaglia per l’arte contemporanea in Italia (1948-1975)

Antonella Camarda
Nel 1958 Dorfles definiva “assenteismo estetico” l’incomprensione, spesso venata di ostilità, di gran parte delle élites culturali del suo tempo nei confronti dell’arte contemporanea, un conflitto sul quale hanno certo pesato, nel secondo dopoguerra, la condanna lukacsiana dell’avanguardia e l’irrigidimento ideologico del PCI nella diatriba astratto/figurativo, così come l’eredità del classici-smo e il rapporto conflittuale con il modernismo prima e il postmodernismo poi, vissuti in parte come un’americanizzazione del campo culturale. Il saggio ripercorre la...

From the Roman and then Longobard via Cassiola to the Piccola Cassia Tourist Project

Paola Foschi
A coordinated set of initiatives of cultural value also useful for the acquaintance and tourism development of the territory must have as solid basis the study of the ancient testimonies of the path of travelers and pilgrims. Cassiola road was a Roman road, continuing north of Cassia road, disused during the occupation of the Longobards of West Emilia, and reopened by the longobard king Astolfo in the middle of the eighth century. Today the different...

Italy Seen Through the Eyes of Anselmo Adorno. A Testimony of the Middle Ages

Beatrice Borghi
Anselmo Adorno was one of the most prominent and influential men of Western Europe in the late Middle Ages in the area between Flanders, the Duchy of Burgundy and Scotland. Negotiator, wise, magistrate, Anselmo left us the journey report Itinerarium Terrae Sanctae Anselmi Adorni, written by his son Giovanni, a source of extraordinary wealth for the details and descriptions of places, customs and customs of the peoples of the eastern Mediterranean. Of particular interest is...

Croatian Pilgrimages to Loreto from the 5000 Documents of the "Croatian Maritime Regesta" in the 18th Century - vol. I

Zrinka Podhraški Čizmek
This paper presents a small part of the pilgrimages undertaken by Croats during the 18th century across the Adriatic Sea to Loreto. The pilgrimages are described as a sui generis phenomenon of all human and religious societies. The history of the Catholic pilgrimage is analyzed through the perspective of common roots with Judaism and Islam, and the subsequent differentiation from other Christian confessions. Relations of the Croats with overseas territories since the 14th century are...

The Pilgrimage to the Holy Face of Lucca in 1896: Documents and News from the Archive of the Congregation of the Holy Face

Tommaso Maria Rossi
100 records and many other documentary testimonies regarding the Congregation of the Holy Face of Lucca are stored within the funds of the Historical Diocesan Archive of Lucca. The Chapters of the Society of the Holy Face are present within the same Archive; this document is dated back to 1306-1308 and it is brought up together with the minutes of the meetings in a paper register of 16th-17th century, the only one remained concerning the...

«O Sancta Haera». Pilgrims and Pilgrimage in the Sanctuary of Sainte Foy at Conques

Marco Papasidero
The Liber miraculorum Sancte Fidis, written during the XI century, partially by Bernard of Angers, describes miracles, healings and rituals practiced in the sanctuary of Sainte Foy at Conques, martyr of the beginning of the IV century. The Liber allows us to analyze the anthropological and religious dimension of the pilgrims and their pilgrimage. As a matter of fact, through the descriptions of the pilgrims, their gestures, their aspects, their words, their ritual practices by...

Basilicas in Venantius Fortunatus’ Miscellanea

Ivan Orsini
The article deals with the basilicas in Venantius Fortunatus’Miscellanea. Indeed, the eleven books of Carmina by the italic poet who lived for many years in the merovingian France, describe several samples of such buildings dedicated to prayers and worship of God and saints. The attention is drawn not in particular to their architecture, but to the role and function they usually held in the frame of a society where Christianity attempted to overcome still notable...

The Influence of Pilgrimage Routes on Local Culture and Imagination: the “Italian Compostela” as a case study

Andrea D'Apruzzo
In the middle of the 12th century Pistoia achieved an important relic of Saint James the Greater from Santiago de Compostela, becoming in a short time the most important Italian landmark for the worship of the Saint. As a consequence, the Tuscan city, placed near the Francigena route, became also an important center of pilgrimage, as demonstrated by several aspects of its topography and material production. Mostly within the first half of the 16th century,...

Database and Geographic Information System (GIS) for the Via Francigena: a New Way to Read Sigeric’s itinerary

Alessio Innocenti
In order to define the path of a medieval road, it is essential to use different kind of sources, like the written texts, the archaeological and material remains referred to the road, the study of the geomorphological context, the toponymy. Modern technologies can help us to examine and use all these sources: first of all, the creation of a database could permit to manage all the data we have about a road; secondly, the database...

A Path of Research and Development Along Via Francigena’s Cultural Routes on Mount Amiata

Leonardo Porcelloni
The contribution intends to show the approach and the methodology of historical geography used in the research and to corroborate the identification, as well as the officialization, of an ancient route in southern Tuscany. At the foot of Mount Amiata, the route was closely interconnected to the Via Francigena and likewise the history of the villages in the area. The research has involved a thorough study of ancient written sources and historical cartography, a significant...

Shrines and Holy Places in Tuscany between Pilgrimage and Religious Tourism: the Difficult Relationship between Knowledge and Valorization

Anna Benvenuti
After an introduction to the correct classification of the relationship between knowledge and valorization as a strategic subject in territorial development policies, the article moves on to talk about the Via Francigena through historical and territorial Italian culture. In the accumulation of successful initiatives not everything has been estimated and minimised, but many occasions have been wasted, beginning with that of a systematic survey of historical testament. The Francigena, the most ancient and important European...

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