Comunicazione Politica (ComPol) è l’unica rivista italiana che studia, analizza e discute i rapporti tra mass media e sistema politico. ComPol si propone di favorire lo sviluppo interdisciplinare della teoria e della ricerca italiana, accogliendo contributi scientifici di scienziati politici, sociologi, massmediologi, linguisti, storici e altri studiosi che analizzano da diverse prospettive le profonde trasformazioni avvenute negli ultimi decenni nell’arena politica e nelle dinamiche elettorali. Oltre alla produzione in campo accademico è particolarmente attenta a quanto avviene nel mondo delle professioni della comunicazione politica, dagli esperti di sondaggi ai consulenti politici e di public affairs, agli operatori dei media classici e dei nuovi media, con l’intento di far dialogare ricerca scientifica ed esperienza nei luoghi politicamente sensibili. ComPol adotta un processo di double blind peer review.
Associate Professor of Public Law in the University of Salerno (Italy).
Professor in Comparative Private Law at the Universityof Salerno, where he teaches Information and Communication Comparative Law and Advertising Law.
Massimiliano Bencardino is a researcher in Economic-political Geography at the University of Salerno.
Professor of Political Science and Communication and of E-democracy and E-Government Policies at the University of Salerno.
Lightning is a fascinating albeit destructive manifestation of nature. Estimates on the average number of persons killed by lightning every year range from 6000 to as many as 24 000 worldwide. Lightning is also the cause of power outages, forest fires and damages to electronics and infrastructure amounting to billions of euros each year, making […]
Today the European Commission published the latest monthly reports from Google, Twitter, and Facebook, on the progress made in February towards meeting their commitments to fight disinformation. The online platforms are all signatories of the Code of Practice against disinformation and have committed to report their progress in the run up to the European Parliament […]
This event will present the results and policy recommendations of a new study: "The playing field in audiovisual advertising: What does it look like and who is playing?". This new report investigates the playing field of audiovisual advertising in which both legacy audiovisual media services and new online services are operating and provides recommendations for […]
On 27 February 2019, the Commission organised a stakeholders workshop as part of the preparatory works on two sets of guidelines required by the Audiovisual Media Services Directive (AVMSD): on the practical implementation of the notion of "essential functionality" in the definition of video-sharing platforms (VSPs) (Recital 5) and on certain aspects of the rules […]
The Commission has received Monthly Reports from Google, Facebook and Twitter addressing actions taken during February 2019 towards implementation of the commitments on electoral integrity. These Reports are part of the intermediate targeted monitoring of the Code of Practice against disinformation ahead of the European Parliament elections in May 2019 and follow up on the […]