Graduated in philosophy of language with a thesis on conversation interpretation; then I studied qualitative and biographical methods at the faculty of Communication Sciences of the University of Rome "La Sapienza". In 2003 I started to work as a social researcher over the years, and I participated in numerous field investigations carried out both quantitatively and qualitatively. Since 2013 I am a partner of Europartners Srl, a company that allows me to apply methods and tools of social sciences in heterogeneous contexts and even very far from those of classical social research.

Reference books:

  • Andrew Abbott, Methods of discovery. heuristics for the social sciences
  • Howard S. Becker, Tricks of the trade. How to think about your research while you’re doing it
  • Peter Hedstrom, Dissecting the social. on the principles of analytical sociology