Marzia Marzia Antenore
|Stanza:||213, secondo piano|
PhD in Communication, Sapienza University of Rome, Department of Communication (1999-2002)
December 2011 – today: assistant professor of Communication Sciences, Sapienza University of Rome, Department of Communication and Social Research.
November 2018 – today: member of the Teaching College Board for the Phd in “Comunicazione, Ricerca sociale e Marketing”, Sapienza University of Rome, Department of Communication and Social Research.
Visiting Professor at the Universitè Paris-Nanterre (Paris, March 2018).
I’ve been teaching Data Journalism from 2015 at Master degree in “Publishing, multimedia communication, and journalism” Department of Communication and Social research (CoRis), Sapienza – University of Rome.
Previously I taught Political Communication, Sociology of Communication, Theories of mass communication at University of Sassari .
My general area of interest focuses on the intersection between digital technology and society. This includes research on social network sites, web platforms, digital journalism, and political communication. In particular, in the last four years I have worked in two specific areas: data journalism and Recommender System platforms (RS’s).
The first area investigates some basic questions concerning what role numerical data play in the production and distribution of information in the digital era. My research analyses which specific form of data driven journalism is used by Italian newspapers, and in the Italian scenario in general, especially in relation with the concept of “news”.
The second area includes projects at the intersection of Computer Science, Psychological and Social Sciences whose goal is to investigate the extent to which a cultural market can be affected by RS’s and the interplay between computational and psychological mechanisms underlying them.
Recently I started studying the influence Social Bot accounts have on social media ecosystem.
Due to my interest in political communication and social network sites, I have been Principal Investigator of “Politics as cultural practice. A Pioneering approach to connect consumption and politics”, a designated research project funded by the Italian Ministry of Education, from 2014 to 2016.
I have been member of the research team of “The computational psychology of digital shop assistants” (Principal Investigator: Alessandro Panconesi), a designated research project funded by the Italian Ministry of Education, from 2015 to 2017.
Young Scholar Supervision
Phd Students: Elisabetta Trinca (jointly with prof. Rolando Marini), Marta Tedesco (jointly with prof. Giovanna Leone and Professor Antonio Fasanella)
Former Phd Students: Serena Gennaro
PostDocs: none at the moment
Former PostDocs: Pasquale Di Padova
Phd thesis co-supervisor: Barbara Baldi (University of Cordoba, Spain), Ilaria La Mura (University of Florence, Italy)
A selection of recent conference paper and scientific committee:
2018 - member of Scientific Committee for the Interdisciplinary Workshop on Recommender Systemsof the Congress Digital Tools and Uses, Paris 3-5 October 2018.
June 14, 2018 – Songs of a Future Past — An Experimental Study of Online Persuaders, by M. Antenore, A. Panconesi, E. Terolli. International AAAI Conference on Web and Social Media, North America, jun. 2018. Available at: <https://www.aaai.org/ocs/index.php/ICWSM/ICWSM18/paper/view/17893>.
October 31, 2018 -Can social bot challenge the echo chamber?, by M.Antenore, E. Trinca, ECREA pre-conference "Dissolving boundaries of hybrid Journalism". Lugano, 2018.
October 27, 2017– Contro un giornalismo insostenibile. Storie di crowdfunders e data journalist, by M. Antenore at the AIS – Italian Sociological Association Conference, University of Naples Federico II – Social Science Department and University of Naples Suor Orsola Benincasa.
September 14, 2017 -La spirale del consenso. Virginia Raggi e Roberto Giachetti tra autoreferenzialità e disintermediazione, by M. Antenore, E. Trinca, R. Toce at theXXXI Conference of SISP (Italian Society of Political Science) University of Urbino Carlo Bo.
July 12, 2016 -The Computational Psychology of Digital Shop Assistants, by M. Antenore, G. Leone, A. Panconesi, and E. Terolli, at the 3rd ISA Forum of Sociology in Vienna. The paper was nominated for the 2016 Walter Buckley Award but did not get the prize.
September 16, 2016- Data journalism “Made in Italy”. A preliminary analysis of data- driven journalism in the Italian newspapers, by M. Antenore and E. Trinca at theXXX Conference of SISP (Italian Society of Political Science) University ofMilan.
September 25, 2015- Psicologia computazionale di un commesso digitale, by M. Antenore, G. Leone, A. Panconesi, E. Terolli at AIS-Met Conference, Sapienza University of Rome.
A part from that, conference papers have also been presented at APSA (2009, 2011), ICA (2009), GOR (2009).
Publications (last 5 years)
M. Antenore, A. Panconesi, E. Trinca. Take a risk, run the task! Social bots as friend or foe in the hybrid media system. Book Chapter in "New perspectives on technological risk. Themes, policies, communication, perception. Cambridge Scholar Publishing
M. Antenore, G. Leone, A. Panconesi, and E. Terolli. Together We Buy, Alone I Quit: Some Experimental Studies of Online Persuaders. In Proceedings of the 1st International Conference on Digital Tools & Uses Congress (DTUC '18), E. Reyes, S. Szoniecky, A. Mkadmi, G. Kembellec, R. Fournier-S'niehotta, F. Siala-Kallel, M. Ammi, and S. Labelle (Eds.). ACM, New York, NY, USA, Article 2, 4 pages. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1145/3240117.3240119
M. Antenore, A. Panconesi, and E. Terolli. Songs of a Future Past — An Experimental Study of Online Persuaders. International AAAI Conference on Web and Social Media, North America, jun. 2018. Available at: <https://www.aaai.org/ocs/index.php/ICWSM/ICWSM18/paper/view/17893>.
G. Leone, M. Antenore, L. Serlupi Crescenzi (2018). Tra condivisione ed empowerment: l'uso dei ricordi autobiografici in due discorsi di Barack Obama a studenti di alta o bassa classe sociale, in Giornale Italiano di Psicologia, 2018, ISSN 0390-5349.
Marzia Antenore, Giovanni Ciofalo, Silvia Leonzi, Elisabetta Trinca, Roberta Toce (2018). Who trusts whom? La condivisione delle news nel sistema mediale ibrido. PROBLEMI DELL'INFORMAZIONE, vol. 2, ISSN: 0390-5195
Giovanni Ciofalo, Marzia Antenore (2018). Social media e transmedia storytelling: tattiche e sinergie. EMERGINGSERIES JOURNAL, p. 20-25, ISSN: 2421-4663
M. Antenore and S. Splendore (eds). Data Journalism. Guida essenziale al giornalismo fatto con i numeri, Milano, Mondadori, ISBN 978-88-6184-586-2.
G. Leone, M. Antenore, M. Tedesco. La RAI e il racconto degli Anni di piombo, in COMUNICAZIONEPUNTODOC, vol. 17, ISSN: 2282-0140
M. Antenore. Trovare un unicorno: guida al giornalismo dei dati. DOI:10.1445/86121. pp.176-179. In PROBLEMI DELL'INFORMAZIONE - ISSN:0390-5195 vol. 1/2017
The Computational Psychology of Digital Shop Assistants, by M. Antenore, G. Leone, A. Panconesi, and E. Terolli, in The Future we want. Global Sociology and the struggles for a better world, book of abstracts, ISSN:2522-7300
M. Antenore, E. Trinca. Data Journalism "Made in Italy". Un’analisi preliminare del giornalismo basato sui dati nella stampa quotidiana.. DOI:10.1445/84014. pp.279-302. In PROBLEMI DELL'INFORMAZIONE - ISSN:0390-5195 vol. 2/2016
M. Antenore, Data Journalism.. DOI:10.1445/81467. pp.664-668. In PROBLEMI DELL'INFORMAZIONE - ISSN:0390-5195 vol. 3