Faced with an unforeseen event such as the SARS-COV-2 pandemic, social research is called to monitor its consequences on public opinion. The article briefly describes the ResPOnsE COVID-19 project (Risposta dell’Opinione Pubblica all’Emergenza COVID-19) that the SPS TREND laboratory at the State University of Milan developed with this aim. To reconstruct the overall context of the ResPOnsE COVID-19 project, we first review various European experiences of survey research on the pandemic. Then, the article introduces the Rolling Cross-Section (RCS) research design which characterizes the project and its application to the case of the COVID-19 crisis in Italy. Finally, in the light of such a challenge, we discuss the opportunities and limitations of the project, broadening the look to survey research in general.

Come monitorare la risposta dell’opinione pubblica a eventi imprevisti? Il progetto ResPOnsECOVID-19 / F. Biolcati, C. Vezzoni, R. Ladini, A.M. Chiesi, G.M. Dotti Sani, S. Guglielmi, N. Maggini, M. Maraffi, F. Molteni, A. Pedrazzani, P. Segatti. - In: POLIS. - ISSN 1120-9488. - 36:1(2021 Apr), pp. 165-178. [10.1424/100292]

Come monitorare la risposta dell’opinione pubblica a eventi imprevisti? Il progetto ResPOnsECOVID-19

F. Biolcati
Primo
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C. Vezzoni
Secondo
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R. Ladini;A.M. Chiesi;G.M. Dotti Sani;S. Guglielmi;N. Maggini;M. Maraffi;F. Molteni
Penultimo
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A. Pedrazzani
Ultimo
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P. Segatti
2021

Abstract

Faced with an unforeseen event such as the SARS-COV-2 pandemic, social research is called to monitor its consequences on public opinion. The article briefly describes the ResPOnsE COVID-19 project (Risposta dell’Opinione Pubblica all’Emergenza COVID-19) that the SPS TREND laboratory at the State University of Milan developed with this aim. To reconstruct the overall context of the ResPOnsE COVID-19 project, we first review various European experiences of survey research on the pandemic. Then, the article introduces the Rolling Cross-Section (RCS) research design which characterizes the project and its application to the case of the COVID-19 crisis in Italy. Finally, in the light of such a challenge, we discuss the opportunities and limitations of the project, broadening the look to survey research in general.
Survey; Rolling Cross-Section (RCS); Public Opinion; Italy; COVID-19.
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Settore SPS/11 - Sociologia dei Fenomeni Politici
Settore SPS/07 - Sociologia Generale
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