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Domenica Farinella is Researcher in Economic Sociology at Messina University (Italy), where she teaches Sociology of Work and Economic Sociology. She holds in 2004 a Ph.D in Sociology of Innovation Process from the University of Naples Federico II. She has worked at the University of Cagliari as Lecturer in Environmental Sociology (from 2012 to 2017), at University of Naples and Messina as an adjunct professor (2007-2011), and at ISPO-Tuscany Region as a fellow researcher (2011). She also collaborated, using a multidisplinary approach, with colleagues from University of Kentucky (US), Université Paris 7 (France), Universidad Pablo de Olavide, Seville (Spain), University of Eastern Finland (Finland), European University Institute (Italy), Hellenic Agricultural Organization “Demeter” (Greece). 
Her recent research topics include: 
- Local and Rural Studies, in particular change in pastoralism and in sheep-dairy chain, multifunctionality in Agriculture and new peasantries; 
- Mezzogiorno and Southern Question; Informal Economy and precarious work and housing in the South of Italy; 
- Public service and public administration reform, clientelism, local governance, development policies. 
The last field research was an ethnographic research on the Changes of the Sardinian pastoralism: shepherds and Romanian workers (2016-2018).

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