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Dino Numerato

 Profile |  Research |  Publications |  Teaching


Assistant Professor and Head of Department

Office: 3071, building A, 3rd floor

Office hours: by appointment

Profile


Dino Numerato is Assistant Professor and Head of Department of Sociology at the Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University in Prague (Czech Republic). From October 2013 to November 2015, he worked as a Marie Curie Research Fellow and as a Research Associate at the School of Sport, Exercise and Health Sciences (SSEHS), Loughborough University (UK). Between October 2013 and October 2015, he worked with Richard Giulianotti on the EC Marie Curie project entitled "Football Fandom, Reflexivity and Social Change" (FANSREF). He was previously, from February 2006 until September 2013, Research Fellow at Bocconi University (Milan, Italy).  He has also acted as Guest Lecturer at Masaryk University (Brno, Czech Republic) and as Visiting Professor at the University of West Bohemia (Pilsen, Czech Republic).


Dino Numerato completed his MA and PhD studies in Sociology at the Faculty of Social Studies at Masaryk University. During his doctoral studies, he also spent one year (2004-2005) at University La Sapienza (Rome, Italy), having been awarded a Marie Curie Early-Career Research Fellowship within the framework of the EuroPhD in Social Representations and Communication.



Research


Dino Numerato’s principal research interests are football fandom, social theory, sport governance, and sport policy, mass media and sport, corruption and match-fixing, Dino Numerato has undertaken research in the UK, Italy, Germany, and the Czech Republic. In addition to his sport-related research, Dino Numerato undertook substantial research in the field of health, particularly with regard to the sociology of health care professions, health policy, epidemiology, and health economics.


Research Projects


· since 2017 - Principal Investigator of the project “Civic engagement and the politics of health care" (funded by Czech Science Foundation)

· 2016 - Principal Investigator of the project “The analysis of trends of social development and public policies in global context,” Institute of Sociological Studies (FSV UK), Specific University Research (SVV), Ministry of Education Youth and Sports 

· since 2016 - The Centre for Collective Memory Research, FSV UK, Research Fellow

· 2013 -2015: Marie Curie Experienced Research Fellow, principal research fellow, EC FP7 IEF Marie Curie Project, “Football Fandom, Reflexivity and Social Change” (FANSREF): ethnographic study of football supporters’ activism and of the implementation of supporter liaison officers in European football clubs

· 2010 – 2013 WP Coordinator and a Team Member, EC FP7 project “European Health Care Outcomes, Performance and Efficiency” (EUROHOPE), epidemiology/health economics

· 2009 -2010: Team Member, project Social Networks in Primary Care, PRIN (Italian funding scheme) project

· 2006-2008: Marie Curie Experienced Research Fellow, Team Member. EC FP6 Marie Curie Excellence Grant project “Sport and Social Capital in the European Union”

· 2005-2006: Team Member, EC FP6 project “Eastern Enlargement - Western Enlargement: Cultural Encounters in the European Economy and Society After the Accession” (DIOSCURI)

· 2005: Case Study Coordinator, “The Media for Democracy” for the Institute of Democracy for Everybody (Czech Republic)

· 2003-2004: Team Member, Český novinář” (“Czech Journalist”) project funded by Czech Science Foundation

· 2000: Team Member: “Objektivita a vyváženost debatních pořadů českých televizí”, project undertaken for The Council for Radio and Television Broadcasting, Czech Republic


PhD Supervision


Ongoing

Evidence-based activism and healthcare: a case study of carer movement in the Czech Republic (Lucie Kondrátová)

Sport for Development in Brazil: A Gender Perspective (Eva Válková)


Completed

Sport participation in the Czech Republic (Ondřej Špaček), defended in 2014



Selected publications


Book


Numerato, D. (forthcoming). Football Fans, Activism and Social Change. London: Routledge.


Articles


Numerato D (2016). Behind the digital curtain: Ethnography, football fan activism and social change. Qualitative Research, 16(5): 575-591.

Numerato D (2016). Corruption and Public Secrecy: An ethnography of football match-fixing. Current Sociology, 64(5): 699-717.

Numerato, D. (2015). Who Says “No to Modern Football?” Italian Supporters, Reflexivity, and Neo-Liberalism. Journal of Sport & Social Issues, 39(2): 120-138.

Numerato, D, Fattore, G., Tediosi, F., Zanini, R., Peltola, M., Banks, H., Mihalicza, P., Lehtonen, L., Sveréus, S., Heijink, R., Klitkou, S.T., Fletcher, E., van der Heijden, A., Lundberg, F., Over, E., Hakkinen, U., Seppala, T.T. (2015) Mortality and Length of Stay of Very Low Birth Weight and Very Preterm Infants: A EuroHOPE Study.PLoS One: 10(6): p. e0131685. http://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0131685

Numerato, D. & Baglioni, S. (2012). The Dark Side of Social Capital: An Ethnography of Sport Governance. International Review for the Sociology of Sport, 47(5): 594-611.

Numerato, D., Salvatore, D. & Fattore, G. (2012). The impact of management on medical professionalism: a review. Sociology of Health and Illness, 34(4): 626-644.

Numerato, D. (2010). Between small everyday practices and glorious symbolic acts: sport-based resistance against the communist regime in Czechoslovakia. Sport in Society, 13(1): 107-120.

Numerato, D. (2009). Revisiting Weber's Concept of Disenchantment: an examination of the re-enchantment with sailing in the post-communist Czech Republic. Sociology, 43(3): 439-456.

Numerato, D. (2009). The Media and Sports Corruption: An Outline of Sociological Understanding. International Journal of Sport Communication, 2(3): 261-273.



The complete list of publications is available here https://cuni.academia.edu/DinoNumerato and here https://scholar.google.cz/citations?user=bRGMBqQAAAAJ&hl=cs



Teaching


Courses

Sociology of Sport, Critical Sociology of Sport

General Sociology (in Czech), Sociology of Social Change

Diploma Seminar (in Czech)


PhD topics

Sociology of sport

Sociology of health care

Sociology of professions

Civic engagement and social change

Reflexivity in late modern societies





















Dino Numerato

Dino Numerato

 Profile |  Research |  Publications |  Teaching


Assistant Professor and Head of Department

Office: 3071, building A, 3rd floor

Office hours: by appointment

Profile


Dino Numerato is Assistant Professor and Head of Department of Sociology at the Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University in Prague (Czech Republic). From October 2013 to November 2015, he worked as a Marie Curie Research Fellow and as a Research Associate at the School of Sport, Exercise and Health Sciences (SSEHS), Loughborough University (UK). Between October 2013 and October 2015, he worked with Richard Giulianotti on the EC Marie Curie project entitled "Football Fandom, Reflexivity and Social Change" (FANSREF). He was previously, from February 2006 until September 2013, Research Fellow at Bocconi University (Milan, Italy).  He has also acted as Guest Lecturer at Masaryk University (Brno, Czech Republic) and as Visiting Professor at the University of West Bohemia (Pilsen, Czech Republic).


Dino Numerato completed his MA and PhD studies in Sociology at the Faculty of Social Studies at Masaryk University. During his doctoral studies, he also spent one year (2004-2005) at University La Sapienza (Rome, Italy), having been awarded a Marie Curie Early-Career Research Fellowship within the framework of the EuroPhD in Social Representations and Communication.



Research


Dino Numerato’s principal research interests are football fandom, social theory, sport governance, and sport policy, mass media and sport, corruption and match-fixing, Dino Numerato has undertaken research in the UK, Italy, Germany, and the Czech Republic. In addition to his sport-related research, Dino Numerato undertook substantial research in the field of health, particularly with regard to the sociology of health care professions, health policy, epidemiology, and health economics.


Research Projects


· since 2017 - Principal Investigator of the project “Civic engagement and the politics of health care" (funded by Czech Science Foundation)

· 2016 - Principal Investigator of the project “The analysis of trends of social development and public policies in global context,” Institute of Sociological Studies (FSV UK), Specific University Research (SVV), Ministry of Education Youth and Sports 

· since 2016 - The Centre for Collective Memory Research, FSV UK, Research Fellow

· 2013 -2015: Marie Curie Experienced Research Fellow, principal research fellow, EC FP7 IEF Marie Curie Project, “Football Fandom, Reflexivity and Social Change” (FANSREF): ethnographic study of football supporters’ activism and of the implementation of supporter liaison officers in European football clubs

· 2010 – 2013 WP Coordinator and a Team Member, EC FP7 project “European Health Care Outcomes, Performance and Efficiency” (EUROHOPE), epidemiology/health economics

· 2009 -2010: Team Member, project Social Networks in Primary Care, PRIN (Italian funding scheme) project

· 2006-2008: Marie Curie Experienced Research Fellow, Team Member. EC FP6 Marie Curie Excellence Grant project “Sport and Social Capital in the European Union”

· 2005-2006: Team Member, EC FP6 project “Eastern Enlargement - Western Enlargement: Cultural Encounters in the European Economy and Society After the Accession” (DIOSCURI)

· 2005: Case Study Coordinator, “The Media for Democracy” for the Institute of Democracy for Everybody (Czech Republic)

· 2003-2004: Team Member, Český novinář” (“Czech Journalist”) project funded by Czech Science Foundation

· 2000: Team Member: “Objektivita a vyváženost debatních pořadů českých televizí”, project undertaken for The Council for Radio and Television Broadcasting, Czech Republic


PhD Supervision


Ongoing

Evidence-based activism and healthcare: a case study of carer movement in the Czech Republic (Lucie Kondrátová)

Sport for Development in Brazil: A Gender Perspective (Eva Válková)


Completed

Sport participation in the Czech Republic (Ondřej Špaček), defended in 2014



Selected publications


Book


Numerato, D. (forthcoming). Football Fans, Activism and Social Change. London: Routledge.


Articles


Numerato D (2016). Behind the digital curtain: Ethnography, football fan activism and social change. Qualitative Research, 16(5): 575-591.

Numerato D (2016). Corruption and Public Secrecy: An ethnography of football match-fixing. Current Sociology, 64(5): 699-717.

Numerato, D. (2015). Who Says “No to Modern Football?” Italian Supporters, Reflexivity, and Neo-Liberalism. Journal of Sport & Social Issues, 39(2): 120-138.

Numerato, D, Fattore, G., Tediosi, F., Zanini, R., Peltola, M., Banks, H., Mihalicza, P., Lehtonen, L., Sveréus, S., Heijink, R., Klitkou, S.T., Fletcher, E., van der Heijden, A., Lundberg, F., Over, E., Hakkinen, U., Seppala, T.T. (2015) Mortality and Length of Stay of Very Low Birth Weight and Very Preterm Infants: A EuroHOPE Study.PLoS One: 10(6): p. e0131685. http://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0131685

Numerato, D. & Baglioni, S. (2012). The Dark Side of Social Capital: An Ethnography of Sport Governance. International Review for the Sociology of Sport, 47(5): 594-611.

Numerato, D., Salvatore, D. & Fattore, G. (2012). The impact of management on medical professionalism: a review. Sociology of Health and Illness, 34(4): 626-644.

Numerato, D. (2010). Between small everyday practices and glorious symbolic acts: sport-based resistance against the communist regime in Czechoslovakia. Sport in Society, 13(1): 107-120.

Numerato, D. (2009). Revisiting Weber's Concept of Disenchantment: an examination of the re-enchantment with sailing in the post-communist Czech Republic. Sociology, 43(3): 439-456.

Numerato, D. (2009). The Media and Sports Corruption: An Outline of Sociological Understanding. International Journal of Sport Communication, 2(3): 261-273.



The complete list of publications is available here https://cuni.academia.edu/DinoNumerato and here https://scholar.google.cz/citations?user=bRGMBqQAAAAJ&hl=cs



Teaching


Courses

Sociology of Sport, Critical Sociology of Sport

General Sociology (in Czech), Sociology of Social Change

Diploma Seminar (in Czech)


PhD topics

Sociology of sport

Sociology of health care

Sociology of professions

Civic engagement and social change

Reflexivity in late modern societies