DIGITAL DISTINCTION. STUDYING MUSICAL TASTE THROUGH DIGITAL METHODS [article]

MASSIMO AIROLDI
2017
Eugenio and the whole Cafè Berlin brigade, Enri, Daniele, Anita and, in general, all the wonderful people/cats with whom I shared the same stage/song/beer/hug. I am particularly grateful to my parentswho always supported my (disputable) life choices -, my cool grandmas (<3) and my dear brotherwho introduced me to the most fascinating thing I ever encountered, that is, music (you must excuse me, music, if here I treat you in such an arid, scientific way!). If now I can consider (part of) myself
more » ... s a sociologist, I must thank the great human beings that I had the chance to meet during the many years spent around via Conservatorio: Alessandro Caliandro (who believed in me from the very first moment); Federico Boni (my motivator-supervisor); Adam Arvidsson (an inspiring mentor); Davide Beraldo (special mention for the drinking/programming skills), Alessandro Gandini (my fav homo academicus and informal reviewer), Alberto Cossu, and all the lovely viralbeaters/digital ethnographers; Francesco Molteni, Iraklis Dimitriadis, Martina Panzarasa, Valeria Resta, Francesca Arcostanzo, as well as all the other NASP comrades; the Department of Social and Political Sciencesin particular,
doi:10.13130/airoldi-massimo_phd2017-07-20 fatcat:yoadsdpaenftbn2v5fs5xy2yhq