I am a PhD Candidate of the Doctoral School of Social Sciences at the University of Trento (Italy). My research project is focused on the vaccine hesitancy phenomenon.I collaborate in the Science Technology & Society – STSTN project and in the SCICOMM Master.I am also interested in science communication, visual communication, sociology of science, and organizational studies.
Bucchi M., Fattorini E. & Saracino B. (2022), Public Perception of COVID-19 Vaccination in Italy: The Role of Trust and Experts’ Communication, in International Journal of Public Health, 67:1604222.
Bucchi M., Fattorini E. & Saracino B. (2020), In addition to vaccine, trust will be needed, in Public Understanding of Science Blog, 23 November 2020.
Bucchi M., Loner E. & Fattorini E. (2019), Give science and peace a chance: Speeches by Nobel laureates in the sciences, 1901-2018, in PloS ONE, 14(10).
Bailoni L., Saracino B., Fattorini E., Pellegrini G., Bucchi M., Laconi A. & Piccirillo A. (2022, June 16), Consumption of animal source foods: survey on the behavior of Italian citizens during the COVID-19 pandemic, 75° Convegno SISVET, Lodi, Italy.
Laconi A., Piccirillo A., Saracino B., Fattorini E., Pellegrini G.,Bucchi M., Bailoni L. (2022, June 16), COVID-19 and companion animals: sources and levels of information of Italian citizens, 75° Convegno SISVET, Lodi, Italy.
Fattorini E. & Balazka D. (2022, June 13), Vaccine Uptake and Mandatory Vaccination in the Italian Context of COVID-19: The Role of Religion, Risk Perception, and Trust in Science, ResPOnsE COVID-19 Workshop, Milano, Italy.
Rocchetti D. & Fattorini E. (2022, June 13), Disentangling the authoritarian paradox during the COVID-19 pandemic, ResPOnsE COVID-19 Workshop, Milano, Italy.
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