Italy Report 1995

The 1995 Italy Report, now in its sixth edition, has been structured around six dichotomies, illustrated by six essays accompanied by sixty phenomenological files. Through “the dialectic of opposites”, the volume analyses the evolution and changes in society and highlights the most representative themes of current events.
With its 1,000 pages, the Report is a useful tool for understanding a changing Italy.
The identified dichotomies contained in the Report are:




From conflict to confrontation

by Gian Maria Fara, President of Eurispes



  1. Opinion or knowledge? Surveys in daily information
  2. One hundred years of cinema: structure and audiences in Italy
  3. One hundred years of cinema: the film industry
  4. Italians and their “big sister”
  5. World radio
  6. A difficult life: printed media in Italy
  7. Authors and markets. Where is Italian publishing going?
  8. The telematic community
  9. Electronic publishing: the CD-ROM market
  10. The ways of persuasion. Advertising: market and messages



  1. Organised crime: current data
  2. Scu, the fourth mafia: the structure
  3. Scu, the fourth mafia: the fight against it
  4. Micro-crime
  5. Micro-criminality: citizens’ perceptions
  6. The strategy of the bombs. The attacks through the press
  7. Citizens and the forces of law and order: the police
  8. The press and the law enforcement agencies: the Carabinieri
  9. Freemasonry in figures
  10. Fraudulent Italy



  1. Telecommunications in Italy: between public and private
  2. Communicating: how much does it cost me? Telecommunications tariffs in Italy
  3. The “weight” of education: public and public schools
  4. The cost of health
  5. In the shadow of the bell tower: municipalised companies in Italy
  6. Contracts: Tangentopoli before and after
  7. The sick bison: road haulage in Italy
  8. Insurance policies in the company. The insurance market in Italy
  9. Us and the others: Italy and the other global economies
  10. Between “nonchalant” and “acrobats”. The standard of living of Italian families



  1. What about tomorrow’s pensions? The Italian pension system
  2. Private individuals and the insured. Complementary insurance
  3. Everyone at home. When immigration means integration
  4. Everyone at home. When immigration becomes exclusion
  5. The three faces of solidarity
  6. “Dear” murderer. Domestic homicides
  7. The last message. Suicide through the press
  8. “Dear” monster: sexual violence in the family
  9. The quality of life in Italy
  10. “Living in Italy… why not?” Ten years later



  1. But who is working? The world of work in Italy between crisis and recovery
  2. And who does not work? Leaving the world of work: unemployment benefits and mobility
  3. The underground economy. An army of double workers
  4. School or work? School training and the world of work
  5. Train and leave. Vocational training in Italy
  6. How to make the “place” grow. The contracts for the incentive of youth employment
  7. Young enterprises grow. Young entrepreneurship
  8. “Green” by trade. Green professions
  9. Employee, what does it cost us? Public administration employees in Italy
  10. Taken “for rent”. Temporary work in Italy



  1. Let’s reserve the park. Parks and nature reserves in Italy
  2. Living in the city. A journey through polluted Italy
  3. The new frontiers of crime: the ecomafias
  4. In search of a lost treasure. Protecting the artistic heritage
  5. Safe and armoured. The security market in Italy
  6. How I protect your account. Security in the banks
  7. Bitter medicines. The pharmaceuticals market before and after De Lorenzo
  8. Foods, tricks and traps. Food adulteration
  9. Malpractice in healthcare: the chronicle of a year
  10. I’ll ensure you “something”. The new insurance formulas


File Indice

Summary Document

Knowledge/Opinion • Legality/Illegality • State/Market • Inclusion/Exclusion • Employment/Employment • Protection/Risk

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