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Innovazione sociale: una scintilla per innescare processi trasformativi
Titolo Rivista: SOCIOLOGIA E POLITICHE SOCIALI 
Autori/Curatori: Frank Moulaert, Abid Mehmood, Diana MacCallum, Bernhard Leubolt, Giulia Ganugi 
Anno di pubblicazione:  2018 Fascicolo: Lingua: Italiano 
Numero pagine:  39 P. 11-49 Dimensione file:  406 KB
DOI:  10.3280/SP2018-002002
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Il contributo analizza il ruolo dell’Innovazione Sociale nel campo delle Scienze Sociali e Umane. Una prima analisi storica fornisce una panoramica delle sue funzioni nella modernità e nelle politiche della Commissione Europea. La varietà di approcci può essere riportata su un continuum ai cui estremi si trovano modelli economici pratico-sociali e modelli orientati a trasformazioni politico-sociali. Lo spostamento dei finanziamenti verso il primo polo risulta problematico. Così come problematica è la poca attenzione rivolta al ruolo della politica e dell’azione collettiva e alle criticità insite nella scalabilità delle pratiche di IS. Da qui la necessità di sviluppare un’epistemologia maggiormente radicata nella società, con maggiore attenzione alla storia, alla sinergia tra micro e macro-teorie e a metodologie inter e transdisciplinari.


Keywords: Innovazione sociale; Azione collettiva; Scalabilità; Interdisciplinarità; Transdisciplinarità.

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