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Neighbourhoods in the globalized world
Titolo Rivista: SOCIOLOGIA URBANA E RURALE 
Autori/Curatori:  Alberta Andreotti 
Anno di pubblicazione:  2014 Fascicolo: 105 Lingua: Inglese 
Numero pagine:  13 P. 7-19 Dimensione file:  200 KB
DOI:  10.3280/SUR2014-105001
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Sono ancora rilevanti i quartieri nella vita degli individui, in un mondo in cui la mobilità diventa sempre più rilevante e si può essere connessi ovunque e con chiunque in ogni momento? Ha ancora senso guardare al quartiere per comprendere e spiegare le dinamiche di cambiamento nella e della fabbrica urbana? Come reti sociali e spazio - quartieri - interagiscono? Questa introduzione affronta questi temi a partire dai contributi presentati nel volume. Tali contributi sono stati presentati alla sessione "Quanto contano i quartieri in un mondo globale e connesso" della Conferenza Internazionale organizzata dal Research Committee 21 a Berlino nell’Agosto 2013.


Keywords: Città, quartieri, mobilità, relazioni di potere, reti sociali, famiglia.

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Alberta Andreotti, Quartieri nel mondo globalizzato in "SOCIOLOGIA URBANA E RURALE" 105/2014, pp. 7-19, DOI:10.3280/SUR2014-105001

   

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