SNAS Seminar: Dr Eva Fernández G. G. & Dr Lukas Lehotský
We are happy to announce the details of the seventh and final talk of the Social Network Analysis in Scotland group (SNAS) seminar series 2021-2022.
The final talk of the series is on Tuesday 10th May at 16:00-17:00 UK time. Please see below for more information on the talk, and how to join via Zoom.
Portrait of Citizenship Regimes Dynamics: Scientific Polarisation and Consensus in the Field
Presenters: Dr Eva Fernández G. G. (University of Geneva, Switzerland) & Dr Lukas Lehotský (Masaryk University, Czech Republic)
Tuesday 10th May at 16:00-17:00 UK time
This article presents a bibliometric analysis of the scientific use and evolution of the field of citizenship regimes within broader studies on citizenship. It applies a combined approach of textual content and graphical analysis to study consensus formation and polarization in this scientific field. Citizenship regimes refer to prevailing conceptions of the boundaries and rules (formal or informal) for accessing the political community and the full rights of citizenship. However, systematic variations in their dimensions and typologies have influenced their theoretical and empirical associations with other research topics. Despite this, there is a scarcity of research on how research trajectories in the field have evolved over time, leading to consensus formation, polarization, or benign contestations within specialized scientific areas. Our findings suggest a relevant but stable degree of modularity (community detection) in the bibliographic and topic networks structuring the field of citizenship regime over the last 30 years of research. Our review shows a relevant specialization in the field with a flat core research area, which has low academic polarization, but branches across disciplines by specific topics aimed at examining a particular dimension of citizenship.
Dr. Eva Fernández G. G. is a lecturer and scientific collaborator at the University of Geneva and at the University of Applied Sciences and Arts, Western Switzerland. She holds a joint PhD degree in Political Science and Sociology. Her research focuses on migration, networks, inequality, and political behavior. Dr. Fernández G.G. has collaborated on the H2020 TransSOL, Sirius, and Euryka projects.
Dr. Lukáš Lehotský is an Assistant Professor at the Department of International Relations and European Studies at Masaryk University. He holds a PhD degree in Political Sciences. His primary research interests revolve around social opposition to environmental issues, specially focused on coal mining, and the future of coal in the Czech Republic / wider eastern EU region.
Prof. Manlio Cinalli is a professor of sociology at the Department of Social and Political Sciences at the University of Milan. He is an expert on citizenship, ethnic relations and political participation. He has been the leader of several H2020 projects.
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