Department of Political Science - University of Perugia
Surveys; data and text analysis
Political parties; democracy; leadership
Giovanni Barbieri is Assistant Professor in Political Sociology at the Department of Political Sciences of the University of Perugia – Italy. He teaches Political Sociology and Methodology of social and political research. His main research interests deal with populism, Euroscepticism, political parties, democracy. His most recent works on populism include: - The Fifth Cleavage: Genealogy of the Populist Ideology and Parties, Lanham: Lexington Books, in progress; - (with R. Mincigrucci and S. Verza), “Who is The Most Populist? A Study of The Italian Political Leaders’ Interviews During The 2018 Electoral Campaign”, e-Polikon, in press.