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 2019:
CiteScore; 2,10
SJR: 0,430
SNIP: 0,652
Best Quartile: Q2/75%
h-index: 20
g-index: 30
h-index norm: 16

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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 15(1): 2022

 

Between rebellion and governance: violence, legitimacy, and control by armed groups in civil wars

Guest editors:

Siniša Malešević (University College, Dublin, Ireland) and Stefan Malthaner (Hamburg Institute for Social Research)

 
Posted: 2020-10-13 More...
 

CALL FOR PAPERS, PACO 14(3 bis): 2021

 

"When, where and which kind of collective action matters?"

 
Posted: 2020-07-31 More...
 

CALL FOR PAPERS, PACO 14(1 bis): 2021

 
“The value of the city. Rent extraction, housing and conflicts for the use of urban space”  
Posted: 2020-04-14 More...
 

CFP COVID-19 _ PACO 14(1): 2021

 

COVID-19 AND THE STRUCTURAL CRISIS OF LIBERAL DEMOCRACIES. DETERMINANTS AND CONSEQUENCES OF THE GOVERNANCE OF PANDEMIC

 
Posted: 2020-04-05 More...
 

CALL FOR PAPERS, PACO 14(3): 2021

 

Bridging Social Movement Studies between Global North and South

 
Posted: 2020-04-05 More...
 
More Announcements...

Vol 13, N. 2 (2020). Special Issue:The strategic role of public sector communication in the framework of open government

Guest Editors: Alessandro Lovari, Lucia D'Ambrosi, Shannon A. Bowen

Editorial


Re-Connecting Voices. The (New) Strategic Role of Public Sector Communication After the Covid-19 Crisis Details     PDF
Alessandro Lovari, Lucia D'Ambrosi, Shannon A. Bowen 970-989

Special Issue


Public Sector Crises: Realizations from Covid-19 for Crisis Communication Details     PDF
W. Timothy Coombs 990-1001

Intelligences in Strategic Issues Management: Challenging the Mutually Beneficial Relationships Paradigm Details     PDF
Shannon A. Bowen, Robert L. Health 1002-1021

Framing Events of Political Violence within Peace Journalism and Internet User-Generated Comments: Effects on Readers' Emotions and Contemplation of Broader Implications Details     PDF
Marta N. Lukacovic 1022-1041

I Was Just Doing My Job! Evolution, Corruption, and Public Relations in Interviews with Government Whistleblowers Details     PDF
Cary A. Greenwood 1042-1061

Re-Connecting Scholars' Voices: An historical Review of Public Communication in Italy and New Challenges in the Open Government Framework Details     PDF
Gea Ducci, Letizia Materassi, Laura Solito 1062-1084

Institutional Flows of Communication for Young People on Instagram and the Use of Visual Images Details     PDF
Stefania Leone, Miriam Della Mura 1085-1109

Values of Government Public Relations for a Rocky Road to Participatory Democracy: Testing Public Engagement, Empowerment, and Serenity Hypotheses in Public Sector Communication Details     PDF
Myoung-Gi Chon, Hyelim Lee, Jeong-Nam Kim 1110-1131

Civic Collaboration and Urban Commons. Citizen's Voices on a Public Engagement Experience in an Italian City Details     PDF
Roberta Bartoletti, Franca Faccioli 1132-1151

Public Communication and the Barriers to Participation: The Case of Rome from an Open Government Perspective Details     PDF
Emiliana De Blasio, Cecilia Colasanti, Donatella Selva 1152-1167

Research Notes


(Smart) City and the (Open) Data. A Critical Approach to a Platform-driven Urban Citizenship Details     PDF
Alberto Marinelli, Stefania Parisi 1168-1179

U.S Audiences' Perceptions of Covid-19 and Conservative News Frames Details     PDF
T. Makana Chock, Se Jung Kim 1180-1189

Open Section


Policing the 'Anti-Social' Tourist. Mass Tourism and 'Disorderly Behaviors' in Venice, Amsterdam and Barcelona. Details     PDF
Alexander Araya López 1190-1207

Religious Movements to the Rescue in Transit? Exploring the Role of the Church of Pentecost in the Lives of Ghanaian Immigrants in Istanbul Details     PDF
Senyo Dotsey 1208-1225

Book Reviews


Nadia Urbinati (2029) Me the people. How Populism Transforms Democracy. Cambridge, Mass: Harvard University Press. Details     PDF
Francesco Maria Scanni 1226-1231

Davide Arcidiacono and Mike Duggan (2019), Sharing Mobilities. Questioning Our Right to the City in the Collaborative Economy, London-New York: Routledge. Details     PDF
Monica Bernardi 1232-1243


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