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Dominik Balazka

Dominik is a PhD student in Sociology and Methodology of Social Research at the University of Milan and the University of Turin, a joint PhD program of the Network for the Advancement of Social and Political Studies (NASP). The main focus of his research activity is on religious nones, survey methods and potential impact of Big Data on the emerging field of non-religion studies. Before joining NASP, Dominik worked as researcher at Bruno Kessler Foundation with a double affiliation to the Center for Information and Communication Technology and to the Center for Religious Studies. Formerly, he collaborated with Tilburg University and University of Trento.

Spotlight's articles

  • June 10, 2021
    Big data and non-religion
    A new paper authored by FBK researchers Dominik Balazka and Bruno Lepri, with the contribution of Prof. Dick Houtman (KU Leuven), sheds light on the possible impact of Big Data on the future development of non-religion studies