Ov Cristian Norocel (VTT/PD/DrSocSci, Political Science) is affiliated postdoctoral researcher to the Centre for Research on Ethnic Relations and Nationalism (CEREN), in the University of Helsinki (Finland), and adjunct Senior Lecturer at the Department of Political Science, in Stockholm University (Sweden). His research is supported with a grant from the Ella and Georg Ehrnrooth Foundation (Finland) (2014/15), and a grant for research abroad from the Finnish Foundations’ Post Doc Pool, in particular from the Society of Swedish Literature in Finland (SLS) (2015/16). Norocel’s scholarly interests are interdisciplinary in nature and range widely, from intersectional analyses of political radicalism and extremism, nationalism and ethnic minorities and citizenship issues, to feminist analyses of civic protests in the wake of economic crisis across Europe. Cristian Norocel is a board member in the network for European Political Sociology (RN32) of the European Sociological Association (ESA).
Márton Bene is a PhD Student at Corvinus University of Budapest and part-time researcher at Centre for Social Sciences, Hungarian Academy of Sciences. He carries out researches on political communication and political behaviour.
Nikolett Kormos is a PhD Student at University of Eötvös Loránd. She has been participating in the Doctoral Programme ’Film, Media and Cultural Theory’. Nikolett contributes to the data collection and corpus building of the RADAR project concerning the Hungarian case.
Anamaria Neag is a PhD Student at Corvinus University of Budapest. She has been participating in the Doctoral Progamme ’Societal Communication’. Anamaria contributes to the data collection and corpus building of the RADAR project concerning the Romanian case.
Gabriella Szabó (PhD in Political Science) is a full time research fellow at Centre for Social Sciences, Hungarian Academy of Sciences. Her research interests lie in the area of political communication and communities, studies on public sphere and media.