VIANELLO FRANCESCA

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Structure Department of Philosophy, Sociology, Education and Applied Psychology
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Qualification Ricercatore a tempo determinato di tipo A
Scientific sector SPS/09 - SOCIOLOGY OF ECONOMICS AND LABOUR
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Office hours
Studio del docente, Via M. Cesarotti 10/12, 1° piano. Nel periodo estivo si riceve su appuntamento. Scrivere a francescaalice.vianello@unipd.it
(updated on 27/06/2019 11:40)

Proposals for thesis
Si accettano preferibilmente tesi di ricerca. Di conseguenza la studentessa o lo studente devono acquisire, innanzitutto, le competenze metodologiche di tipo sociologico necessarie per intraprendere tale tipo di attività. Si suggerisce la lettura di uno di questi due testi (reperibili in biblioteca):
1) Manuale di ricerca sociale e qualitativa / David Silverman;
2) Il mondo della ricerca qualitativa / a cura di Antonio de Lillo.

Inoltre, si consiglia di seguire il laboratorio ABC della ricerca: competenze informative e ricerche bibliografiche per la tesi, organizzato dalla Biblioteca Anchieri (Via del Santo 28) http://biblio.scipol.cab.unipd.it/usa-la-biblioteca/contenuti-usa-la-biblioteca/laboratori-di-formazione

Si propongono tesi nell'ambito del progetto di ricerca "Migrazioni e salute lavorativa" coordinato dalla prof. Vianello.

Lo/a studente dovrà raccogliere dei questionari o interviste in profondità tra le migranti moldave.

Curriculum Vitae
Francesca Alice Vianello (Ph.D.) is Lecturer in Sociology of Work at University of Padua (Italy). Her main areas of research and teaching are migration, work and gender. Currently, she is the PI of the research project “Migration and Occupational Health: Understanding the Risks for Eastern European Migrant Women” financed by the University of Padova and the Scientific Responsible for the Research Unit of Padova for the project financed by the European Commission “Towards shared interests between migrant and local workers”.
She participated to different research projects in the field of migration studies adopting the “engendering migration theory”. Specifically, she conducted a study on unemployed migrant workers from Morocco and Romania and an investigation on everyday life strategies of Ukrainian, Moldovan and Romanian migrant families across borders. Furthermore, she cooperated with the National research project “Conditions for recognition. Gender, Migrations, Social Spaces” (PRIN 2009) and with the Daphne European Commission Project “Speak Out! Empowering Migrant, Refugee and Ethnic Minority Women against Gender Violence in Europe” both of them directed by Franca Bimbi.
During 2013 she was visiting post-doc at the Department of Sociology II of Complutense University of Madrid, with the supervision of prof. Joaquin Arango.
For her Ph.D. dissertation she did a multi-local ethnography on the migratory practices and meaning of Ukrainian women and their transnational social networks. This study gave the way to one monographic book and several essays in Italian and English citied in international publications. Results from her other researches have been discussed and published in Italian, English and Spanish in several journal articles, book chapters and edited volumes.

Lecturer's Curriculum (PDF): 0180C64863A59B256048D8C513E14842.pdf

Research areas
- Labour Migrations
- Gender issues
- Care and domestic work
- Occupational Health
- EU citizenship
- Unemployment

Publications
Books:
1. 2014, Genere e migrazioni. Prospettive di studio e di ricerca, Guerini e Associati, Milano (collana referata).
2. 2009, Migrando sole. Legami transnazionali tra Ucraina e Italia, Franco Angeli, Milano, ISBN: 9788856811377 (collana referata).

Scientific articles class A:
1. 2017, “Spazio e tempo nei processi produttivi e riproduttivi” (con Alberti G., Sacchetto D.), Sociologia del lavoro, n. 146.
2. 2016, "Introduzione. Le migrazioni lavorative intra-UE: modelli, pratiche e traiettorie di mobilità dei cittadini europei" (con Devi Sacchetto, Rutvica Andrijasevic), Mondi Migranti, n. 3, 2016, 10.3280/MM2016-003002;
3. 2015, “Donne migranti e organizzazioni sindacali nella crisi” (con Sacchetto D.), Sociologia del Lavoro, n. 140, pp. 159-172, DOI: 10.3280/SL2015-140011;
4. 2015, “International migrations and care provisions for elderly people left behind. The cases of the Republic of Moldova and Romania”, European Journal of Social Work, pp. 1-16, DOI: 10.1080/13691457.2015.1085367;
5. 2015, “Unemployed Migrants Coping with the Economic Crisis. Romanians and Moroccans in Italy” (con Sacchetto D.), Journal of International Migration and Integration, pp. 1-14, DOI: 10.1007/s12134-015-0440-2;
6. 2014, “Engendering migration. Un percorso attraverso trent’anni di dibattito”, Mondi Migranti, n. 3, DOI: 10.3280/MM2013-003003.
7. 2013, “Crisi economica e migranti: il ritorno del lavoratore povero” (con Sacchetto D.), Mondi Migranti, n. 1, p. 79-100, ISSN: 1972-4888, doi: 10.3280/MM2013-001005.

List of taught course units in A.Y. 2019/20
No course unit for this A.Y.