2015

Cavazza, N., & Corbetta, P. (2016). “The political meaning of dining out: testing the link between lifestyle and political choice in Italy”. Italian Political Science Review/Rivista Italiana di Scienza Politica, 46(1), 23-45  DOI: 10.1017/ipo.2015.24

Cavazza, N., & Corbetta, P. (2015). “Tribù di consumo e identità politica: stili di vita fra cleavages tradizionali e individualizzazione”. Giornale Italiano di Psicologia 42(3): 401-426.

Segatti, P., Poletti, M., & Vezzoni, C. (2015). “Renzi’s Honeymoon Effect: The 2014 European Election in Italy”. South European Society and Politics, 20(3) pp. 311-331.

Bertolotti, M. & Catellani, P. (in press). “Agreement with Climate Change Policies: Framing the Future and National Versus Supra-national Identity”. Forthcoming in European Journal of Social Psychology.

Bordignon, F. & Ceccarini, L. (2015). “The Five-Star Movement: a hybrid actor in the net of state institutions”. Journal of Modern Italian Studies, 20(4), pp. 454-473.

Biorcio, R. (2015) Il Populismo nella Politica Italiana. Da Bossi a Berlusconi, da Grillo a Renzi. Sesto San Giovanni (MI): Mimesis Edizioni.

Frangi, L. & Barisione, M. (2015) “Are You a Union Member?’ Determinants and Trends of Subjective Union Membership in Italian Society (1972 – 2013)”. Transfer: European Review of Labour and Research, 4, pp. 1-19 (FirstView), DOI: 10.1177/1024258915602635

Iyengar, S. & Barisione, M. (2015) “Non-verbal Cues as a Test of Gender and Race Bias in Politics: the Italian Case”. Italian Political Science Review/Rivista Italiana di Scienza Politica, 45(2), 131-157.

Vezzoni C. & Biolcati-Rinaldi F. (2015) “Church Attendance and Religious Change in Italy (1968-2010). A Multilevel Analysis of Pooled Datasets”. Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 54(1): 100-118.

Vezzoni C. & Mancosu M. (2015) “Diffusion Processes and Discussion Networks: An Analysis of the Propensity to Vote for the 5 Star Movement in the 2013 Italian Election”. Journal of Election, Public Opinon and Parties. First view online on 26 November 2015. DOI:10.1080/17457289.2015.1102145.