Josep Lobera is professor of Sociology at the Autonomous University of Madrid and the Tufts-Skidmore Spain joint international program. He is currently an Editor of the Spanish Journal of Sociology (RES) and the Scientific Editor of the Biennial National Report on Social Perception of Science and Technology in Spain. His research interests are focused on the analysis of public opinion, the political attitudes and the social representations of science and technology.
Latest publications: “New intermediations of the electoral information flows. Changes in the digital public sphere in election campaigns in Spain (2008-2015)” (SSI); “Posmaterialism, ideology and religiosity in the social representations of technoscience” (Revista Internacional de Sociología); “Toward a multi-ethnic public sphere? Media consumption in highly diversified districts in Spain” (International Migration); with Diego Parejo “Streets and institutions? The electoral extension of social movements and its tensions”. In: Kinna, R. and Gordon, U. (eds.) Routledge Handbook of Radical Politics. Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge, (2019).