Researchers with a fixed-term contract | General Sociology (SPS/07)
Salvatore Monaco is a Researcher in General Sociology (SPS/07) at the Faculty of Education of the Free University of Bozen/Bolzano where he teaches ‘General Sociology’, ‘Childhood, families and genders’ and ‘Gender, identities and spaces’.
He has background in urban and environmental sociology and in gender studies.
He achieved a PhD in Social Sciences and Statistics at University of Naples Federico II, where he has been a researcher of Osservatorio LGBT and OUT (Osservatorio Universitario sul Turismo) since several years.
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His research interests include urban sociology, tourism studies, gender and LGBT+ studies and focus particularly on the questions of how spatial organizations create and reproduce inequalities for vulnerable social categories.
His current research investigates how territorial contexts influence the life chances of people and how places and geographies structure socio-economic opportunities.