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Elisa Bellè





Scientific Disciplinary Sector (SSD)



TPALL 2° ANNO 2° SEMESTRE dal Feb 1, 2020 al May 31, 2020.

To show the organization of the course that includes this module, follow this link:  Course organization

Learning outcomes

Module 1: Sociology of culture and communication. The course will focus on the sociological
analysis of risk, security and risk communication concepts. Different theoretical perspectives on the
risk society and on safety as a social construction will be presented; some examples of
communication and social perception of risk will be analyzed.
Topics covered in the course:
• Analysis from a sociological point of view of the concepts of risk, security and risk communication.
• Introduction to the concepts of information, interaction and communication.
• Analysis of direct and mediated communication processes.
• The concept of risk society and the change of the concept of risk in the light of sociological theory.
• Presentation of the theme of security and freedom as elements of the organizational culture of a
• Dynamics of social acceptance of risk.
• The concept of security as a social construction.
• Analysis of specific examples of communication and risk perception from a sociological
• Exercises in class with limited sociological investigations related to the application of safety rules
and violations; to the social perception of risk.

- Gosetti G. (2012), Lavoro frammentato, rischio diffuso, Milano, Franco Angeli (capitoli 1 e 2).
- Bruni A. (2011), La sicurezza organizzativa. Un’etnografia in sala operatoria, Roma, Carocci (capitolo 1).
- Gherardi S., Catino M., Murgia A., Bellè E. (2014), Questioni di in/sicurezza. Un percorso di ricerca su contratti a termine e incidenti sul lavoro in provincia di Trento, INAIL, Roma (capitoli 1 e 5).
+ le slide delle lezioni.
PPT presentations provided during the course.

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