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Stefania Leone

Stefania Leone is tenured researcher and assistant professor in Sociology at the Department of Political, Social and Communication Sciences (DISPSC). She teaches Theory and Methods of Communication for Public Administrations and Theory and Analysis of Social Institutions (undergraduate and master degree programme). She coordinates the Observatory for Communication and Participation of Youth Cultures (OCPG), a research centre on youth which is established within the DISPSC of the University of Salerno by the Youth Department of the Campania Region. Her research areas cover the fields of sociology, public policies, social research methods and communication. Particularly, she is interested in the study of social and governmental institutions (information and network society; social processes in the public realm; evaluation of public policies); social interactions and youth studies. She is author of monographic studies, essays and articles.

Among her works:  (2015) Challenging conceptual and empirical definition of e-government toward effective e-governance, International Journal of Social Science and Humanity, Vol. 5, n. 2, February 2015, pp. 186-194 (with Delli Paoli A.). More publications: .

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