Rethinking the "Urban Sociology". Part two: from a need of consistency to an unpredictability hypothesis - I come back to the debate which was begun in the "first part". Now, I focus on the concept of "structure" as a basic moment in the empirical research on the territory (in particular, the concept of perceived structure will be considered). After that, I will stress the connection between science and technology, and the importance to insert them in an Urban Sociology debate (Heidegger and the concept of Ge-Steel). Then, I will conclude putting into evidence the difficulty in territory fruition.

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Ripensare la "Sociologia urbana". Parte seconda: da bisogno di coerenza a ipotesi di imprevedibilità
Journal Title: SOCIOLOGIA URBANA E RURALE 
Author/s:  Paolo Guidicini 
Year:  2008 Issue: 87 Language: Italian 
Pages:  35 Pg. 7-41 FullText PDF:  280 KB
DOI:  10.3280/SUR2008-087001
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Rethinking the "Urban Sociology". Part two: from a need of consistency to an unpredictability hypothesis - I come back to the debate which was begun in the "first part". Now, I focus on the concept of "structure" as a basic moment in the empirical research on the territory (in particular, the concept of perceived structure will be considered). After that, I will stress the connection between science and technology, and the importance to insert them in an Urban Sociology debate (Heidegger and the concept of Ge-Steel). Then, I will conclude putting into evidence the difficulty in territory fruition.

Key words: social morphology, structured territorial context, safety/technology, ontology of decline.

Paolo Guidicini, in "SOCIOLOGIA URBANA E RURALE" 87/2008, pp. 7-41, DOI:10.3280/SUR2008-087001

   

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