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PERCEIVE Work Package 3

The effectiveness of projects’ communication strategies

Does communication matter in Cohesion Policy perception among people?

How well Cohesion Policy is communicated to you?

Are the actual investments in communications effective?

Objectives:

  • Mapping which material (i.e. planning, investment, channels and approach) and rhetorical strategies to build legitimacy (i.e. justification, framing, grammar of motives and vocabulary) characterize the communication efforts of a variety of EU financed projects (i.e. big/small budget, thematic area, etc.).
  • With a specific focus on symbolic aspects of communication, we have the objective of appreciating and measuring the ways in which the content of several genres of media (i.e. webpages, brochures and reports) are generated centrally (i.e. the EC’s policy) and locally adapted (i.e. by Projects’ selection and modification of specific concepts from the repertory offered by the EU policy).
  • Assessing both the impact and the effectiveness of communication efforts related to EU-financed regional development projects in terms of variations in the level of citizens’ awareness and appreciation of the projects themselves.
  • is assessed in terms of the level of awareness that the use of different communication channels and resources generates in local populations.
  • Effectiveness is meant as the degree to which different rhetoric strategies of communicating projects’ aims and results might result in local populations’ different degrees of awareness and appreciation of projects themselves.
  • A final objective entails the reconstruction of the historical-dynamic dimension of communication efforts concerning EU financed projects. Impact and effectiveness are also, but only to a minor extent, included in this objective through a secondary data analysis (Eurobarometer).

Milestones:

  • M8: End of data collection on communication, month 14;
  • M9: Analysis on impact and effectiveness of communication efforts, month 19.

WP3 Deliverables

D 3.1 · WP3

July, 2017

Qualitative report on the impact and effectiveness of communication strategies from the ...

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D 3.1 · WP3

July, 2017

Annex 2 - Calabria Region, Italy

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D 3.1 · WP3

July, 2017

Annex 3 - Emilia Romagna Region, Italy

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D 3.2 · WP3

October, 2017

Qualitative report with main findings from the interviews

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D 3.3 · WP3

December, 2017

Descriptive report on the specific role of new media in EU financed projects’ ...

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D 3.4 · WP3

June, 2018

Report on the statistical analysis of communication efforts' impact and effectiveness on ...

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by University of Bologna, BAM! Strategie Culturali | 19/04/2018

Deliverables 2.1, 3.2, 4.3, 4.4 and 5.3 are online!

by BAM! Strategie Culturali | 30/10/2017

Work package 2 delivered its report including the database development and implementation and how it supports all the project WPs and work package 3 a qualitative report with main findings from the interviews.

Deliverables 4.3, 4.4 and 5.3 are online!

by BAM! Strategie Culturali | 27/10/2017

Work package 4 a report on smart cities and resilience and policy recommendations, and work package 5 a database of the topics and sentiments to be made available online for further research.

Deliverables 1.1, 4.2 and 3.1 are online!

by BAM! Strategie Culturali | 27/07/2017

Work package 1 delivered its report on the case-study regions, work package 4 its report on the synergies between EU Cohesion Policy and rural development policies and work package 3 a qualitative report on the impact and effectiveness of communication strategies from the semi structured interviews with cohesion policy practitioners. 

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PERCEIVE Project at the European Researchers Night in Bologna

27/09/2018 | University of Bologna, BAM! Strategie Culturali | Events, Research | WP1, WP3, WP5

PERCEIVE Project at the European Researchers Night in Bologna

On the 28th of September 2018, 55 projects will organise their European Researchers Night in 340 cities across 27 European countries. An amazing opportunity to discuss research with citizens and show how it impacts their daily lives.