ROSALIA CONDORELLI

 

Rosalia Condorelli è ricercatore confermato in Sociologia generale presso il Dipartimento di Scienze Politiche e Sociali dell’Università degli Studi di Catania. Attualmente insegna “Sociologia generale” nel corso di laurea triennale in Sociologia e servizio sociale, percorso di Sociologia, e “Analisi sociologica dei sistemi sociali complessi” nel corso di laurea magistrale in Sociologia.

Il suo interesse di ricerca prevalente risiede nell’ambito della sociologia matematica con particolare riguardo allo studio della teoria del caos e della complessità e della relativa modellistica nonlineare applicata all’analisi dei fenomeni sociali (Nonlinear Dynamical Systems Theory and Nonlinear Models). Attualmente, nel quadro delle acquisizioni teoretiche e metodologiche della complessità, studia i problemi dell’integrazione sociale in una società moderna sempre più differenziata, individualizzata, e globalizzata.

È socio della Società Italiana di Caos e Complessità, della Society for Chaos Theory in Psichology & Life Science, e di SPe (Sociologia per la persona).

Tra le sue pubblicazioni: “Complex Systems Theory: Some Considerations for Sociology” (Open journal of applied sciences, 2016); “Social Complexity, Modernity and Suicide: An Assessment of Durkheim’s Suicide from the Perspective of a Non-linear Analysis of Complex Social Systems” (SpringerPlus, 2016); “An emergentist vs a linear approach to social change processes: a gender look in contemporary India between modernity and Hindu tradition” (SpringerPlus, 2015); “Homosexuality, Homophobia and Support for Lesbians and Gay Human Rights. Relationship between Affective and Cognitive Reaction toward Homosexuals. An Exploratory Study in a Southern Italian Sample” (Quality & Quantity, 2015); “Complexity and Chaos Theory in Social Sciences; Scientific Philosophy or Quantitative Science?” (in M. Tchuenche, Dynamical Systems: Theory, Applications and Future Direction, 2013); “Applied nonlinear dynamical systems in social science. A nonlinear model for social control system: An application to Italian coercion system” (Quality & Quantity, 2013); “A Bayesian Analysis of Suicide Data. Testing the Durhkeim’s Suicide Theory: A Suicide Study in Italy” (Quality & Quantity, 2013); “La teoria dei sistemi complessi. Un modello non-lineare applicato al sistema di controllo sociale” (Rassegna italiana di sociologia, 2012); Complessità e controllo sociale (Bonanno, 2007).


Rosalia Condorelli is Assistant Professor in Sociology at the Department of Political and Social Sciences of Catania University (Italy). She teaches “Sociology” and “Analysis of Complex Social Systems” at the same Department of Social and Political Science. Her prevailing research interest concerns the complexity and chaos theory and the application of its nonlinear modeling to the analysis of social phenomena (Nonlinear Dynamical Systems Theory and Nonlinear Equation Models). Currently, she studies the social integration issues in an increasingly differentiated, individualized and globalized modern society in the light of the most recent theoretical and methodological acquisitions in the field of complex systems.

She is member of the Italian Society for Chaos and Complexity, of the Society for Chaos Theory in Psichology & Life Science, and of SPe (Sociology for individual).

Among her publications: “Complex Systems Theory: Some Considerations for Sociology” (Open journal of applied sciences, 2016); “Social Complexity, Modernity and Suicide: An Assessment of Durkheim’s Suicide from the Perspective of a Non-linear Analysis of Complex Social Systems” (SpringerPlus, 2016); “An emergentist vs a linear approach to social change processes: a gender look in contemporary India between modernity and Hindu tradition” (SpringerPlus, 2015); “Homosexuality, Homophobia and Support for Lesbians and Gay Human Rights. Relationship between Affective and Cognitive Reaction toward Homosexuals. An Exploratory Study in a Southern Italian Sample” (Quality & Quantity, 2015); “Complexity and Chaos Theory in Social Sciences; Scientific Philosophy or Quantitative Science?” (in M. Tchuenche, Dynamical Systems: Theory, Applications and Future Direction, 2013); “Applied nonlinear dynamical systems in social science. A nonlinear model for social control system: An application to Italian coercion system” (Quality & Quantity, 2013); “A Bayesian Analysis of Suicide Data. Testing the Durhkeim’s Suicide Theory: A Suicide Study in Italy” (Quality & Quantity, 2013); “La teoria dei sistemi complessi. Un modello non-lineare applicato al sistema di controllo sociale” (Rassegna italiana di sociologia, 2012); Complessità e controllo sociale (Bonanno, 2007).


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