Comunità moderne come ecosistemi sociali ubiqui: prospettive di ricerca e di intervento Modern communities as ubiquitous social ecosystems: research and intervention perspectives

Author/s Flora Gatti, Fortuna Procentese
Publishing Year 2022 Issue 2022/2
Language Italian/English Pages 5 P. 5-9 File size 136 KB
DOI 10.3280/PSC2022-002001
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Flora Gatti, Fortuna Procentese, Comunità moderne come ecosistemi sociali ubiqui: prospettive di ricerca e di intervento Modern communities as ubiquitous social ecosystems: research and intervention perspectives in "PSICOLOGIA DI COMUNITA’" 2/2022, pp 5-9, DOI: 10.3280/PSC2022-002001