Qualificações Académicas

2007 – 2009: PhD Socio-political analysis of contemporary society (European Quality Mention), University of Salamanca, Spain.

2005 – 2007: Post-graduate degree (Diploma de Estudos Avançados) in Sociology (Socio-political analysis of the contemporary society), University of Granada, Spain.

1998 – 2003: Bachelor (Requiring the presentation of a final thesis), in Social Communication and Journalism, National University of La Plata, Argentina.

Resumo Biográfico

Marcelo Moriconi é investigador no CEI-IUL desde setembro de 2016 e do CIES-IUL desde 2010. É licenciado em Comunicação Social pela Universidade Nacional de La Plata (Argentina, 2003) e Doutor em Ciências Políticas pela Universidade de Salamanca (Espanha, 2009). Foi investigador visitante na London School of Economics (Inglaterra, 2008) e investigador na Universidade Autónoma Metropolitana (México, 2009/2010). Publicou dois livros, participou em obras colectivas e publicou diversos artigos em revistas científicas.

Publicações Salientes

Moriconi (2016): The Official Football Match-Fixing Prevention Discourse as a Cognitive Limitation (the cases of Iberian Countries), Soccer and Society, DOI: 10.1080/14660970.2016.1171213

De Sousa, L. and Moriconi, M. (2015): “The discursive use of the concept of “corruption” in parliamentary debates during the Portuguese Estado Novo (1935-1974)”, Italian Political Science Review, vol. 45, issue 2, July 2015, pp. 159-181.

De Sousa, Luís and Moriconi, Marcelo (2013): “Why voters do not throw the rascals out? Conceptual framework to understand electoral tolerance to corruption”, Symposium on electoral punishment of corruption. Crime, Law and Social Change, volumen 60, Issue 5, pp. 471-502.

Moriconi, M. (2011): Demystifying violence: criticism of the (technical) discourse on citizen security, Revista Mexicana de Sociología, Año 73, 4/2011, octubre-diciembre, UNAM, pp. 617-644.

Publicações

Moriconi, M. (2016) "The Official Football Match-Fixing Prevention Discourse as a Cognitive Limitation (the cases of Iberian Countries)", Soccer and Society, 0 (0).

Moriconi, M., Rita Teixeira-Diniz (2016) "Fixed matches in Portugal–myths, perceptions and attitudes: a study focusing on referees and fans", Sociología, Problemas y Prácticas, 82, pp. 145-164.

Moriconi, M., Tiago Carvalho (2016) "Social Classes and Tolerance to Corruption in Portugal: Which is the Relation?", Portuguese Journal of Social Science, 15 (2).