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"Raccontami delle tue vacanze": un caso di studio tra giovani turisti sostenibili digital
formato: Articolo | STUDI DI SOCIOLOGIA - 2014 - 1 | anno: 2014 | numero: 1
Anno: 2014
A number of studies, in a range of disciplines, have tried to identify the variables and parameters most useful for establishing the essential characteristics of the sustainable tourist...
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L’opacizzarsi del conflitto fra giovani e adulti e l’affermarsi della violenza fra pari digital
formato: Articolo | STUDI DI SOCIOLOGIA - 2013 - 3 - 4 | anno: 2013 | numero: 3-4
Anno: 2013
The hypothesis formulated in this paper concerns the possibility that the intra-generational violence has taken the place of the inter-generational conflict among young and adults....
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L’adultità: rappresentazioni, progettualità e stili di transizione delle giovani generazioni digital
formato: Articolo | STUDI DI SOCIOLOGIA - 2012 - 1 | anno: 2012 | numero: 1
Anno: 2012
C. Pasqualini, Adulthood: representations, planning and styles of transition in young generations This paper analyses representations, planning and styles of transition in two different generations of young people: Stuck Generation – thirty years old youngs – and Active generation – twenty years old youngs. Both generations show elements of continuity and (interesting) discontinuity. While Stuck Generation is characterized by limited planning and strong privatism, Active Generation is proving a major social and political commitment, a more critical attitude and desire to invest in their future. In general terms, in recent years, the life course has lost linearity, becoming complex and «de-standardized», leading sociology of youth to rethink the process of transition to adulthood. Key words: youth, generations, social representations, planning, transition to adulthood
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Digital generation? Giovani e nuove tecnologie della comunicazione, al di là degli stereoptipi digital
formato: Articolo | STUDI DI SOCIOLOGIA - 2012 - 1 | anno: 2012 | numero: 1
Anno: 2012
P. Aroldi, Digital generation? Young people and new communication technologies, beyond the rhetoric Young people seem to have a peculiar relationship with Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs), and some scholars are accostumed to refer to them as a generation of «digital natives». Such a rhetoric approach, very common in social discourses, is here questioned because it tends to hide the complexity of the sociological notion of «generation» and the differences still standing among young people about digital and internet literacies: a sort of digital divide in access and uses, affecting both intragenerational and intergenerational relationships. Digital competences for identity expression, social and political participation, learning and creativity are evaluated as far as tools for empowering youth’s agency and life-chances, focussing on conflicting dynamics of emancipation, on the one side, and reproduction of social, economic and cultural capitals of the families, on the other side. Key words: Youth, ICTs, internet, agency, digital divide, generations.
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Giovani, generazioni e mutamento nella sociologia di Karl Mannheim digital
formato: Articolo | STUDI DI SOCIOLOGIA - 2012 - 1 | anno: 2012 | numero: 1
Anno: 2012
M. Merico, Youth, Generations and Change in Karl Mannheim’s Sociology This paper revisits Karl Mannheim’s contribution to the sociological understanding of the role of ‘generation’ and ‘youth’ in the processes of change, framing the analysis within his intellectual development. In the first section, Mannheim’s ‘formal’ analysis in his short essay ‘The Problem of Generations’ is presented in the context of his approach to the ‘sociology of knowledge‘. Particular attention is paid to the dialectical relationship that he identified between the pace of change and the succession of generations, as well as to the potential contribution of young people to social and cultural change. The second section, moving from the development of his ideas towards a ‘sociology of democratic planning’, considers and discusses the suggestion that youth might be understood as a latent resource and a potential agent of change. This discussion is broadened to consider general issues of youth policies and social education. The overall thrust of the analysis suggests that, more than sixty years after his death, Mannheim’s sociology raises questions and issues still relevant today for the study of generations, youth, and social and cultural change, although many of the issues he illuminated remain unresolved. Key words: succession of generations, youth, social and cultural change, sociology of knowledge, democratic planning
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La condizione giovanile in Italia. Conversazione con Alessandro Cavalli digital
formato: Articolo | STUDI DI SOCIOLOGIA - 2012 - 1 | anno: 2012 | numero: 1
Anno: 2012
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Leisure time giovanile e costruzione di capitale sociale: una rassegna digital
formato: Articolo | STUDI DI SOCIOLOGIA - 2012 - 2 | anno: 2012 | numero: 2
Anno: 2012
F.M. Lo Verde, Leisure time and the construction of social capital: a review The production of social capital in a specific area of everyday life such as leisure time and the different socio-cultural contexts it is experienced in is a very interesting research issue, especially in the light of certain specific meanings of the notion of social capital, such as Bourdieu’s or, more recently, Putnam’s. Nonetheless, this research issue is scarcely taken into consideration in Italy. Albeit inexaustively, this paper intends to introduce this issue starting from a brief review on the generation of social capital in youth’s leisure time contexts. In the first paragraph I problematize the notion of social capital as referred to leisure time “contexts” as well as analyze either the social capital literature dealing with the modes and experiences of leisure time, or the leisure time literature focusing on the construction of social capital in leisure time contexts. In the second paragraph I discuss some studies regarding the ways in which a particular age range – youth – produces social capital in leisure time contexts. In the third paragraph I focus on some studies regarding the issue of youth’s leisure time as a potential “antisocial” time. In the fourth paragraph I introduce the discussion about the little importance given to public leisure in the service provision for youth’s leisure time and the consequences determined by that in terms of social capital «erosion». The conclusion offers three metaphors for understanding the trends of leisure time and sociability. Key words: leisure studies; leisure time, Social capital
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Il problema dell’uomo e la sociologia: le fonti giovanili di Filippo Barbano digital
formato: Articolo | STUDI DI SOCIOLOGIA - 2012 - 3 | anno: 2012 | numero: 3
Anno: 2012
D. Simon, The Problem of Man and Sociology: Filippo Barbano’s juvenile sources Filippo Barbano, one promoter of the ‘sociological renaissance’ in Italy after World War II, discussed as a student a thesis (1947) upon Personalism in the legal and christian philosophy. His main source was Norberto Bobbio’s historical personalism which concerned the Person as ‘relationship’ and normative value with a fundamental attitude to communication. Barbano enphasized then the role of the person as concrete agent, to whom Christianity provided a foundation for a joint and several living-together. Afterwards Barbano met american sociology and was confronted in particular with its attempt toward an ‘integrated science of man’ with special attention to the concept of ‘basic personality type’. This was declined in an anthropological sense at a high level, which recalled Marcel Mauss’ ‘total man’, concrete and far from the speculative trends of classical european sociology. All this lead Barbano to formulate (1955/58) a program for theory and research, which had to combine thought and experience, along the lines of the most recent american sociology, seeing man in action within a moving social context. Key words: person, science of man, action, communication, basic personality tipe, theory and research.
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Scommettere sui giovani a partire dalla sociologia digital
formato: Articolo | STUDI DI SOCIOLOGIA - 2009 - 4 | anno: 2009 | numero: 4
Anno: 2009
The purpose of this paper is three-fold. First, it offers a wide overview of the Italian sociological research about young people condition from the 50s to the first decade of XXI Century. As a second aim, this article sketches out an analysis of social and cultural change by observing how social representations of youth transform themselves from generation to generation – Baby Boomers’ generation, X Generation and Y Generation. Last it tries to argument for the institution of a real and more specialized «sociology of youth» as a new and autonomous field of research. Key words: sociology of youth, social representations, generations, social and cultural change, life courses.
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Mobili e/o bloccati? Il (non)tempo delle giovani generazioni digital
formato: Articolo | STUDI DI SOCIOLOGIA - 2011 - 3 | anno: 2011 | numero: 3
Anno: 2011
This paper analyses two different generations of young people: Stuck Generation – those who are thirty years old – and Active generation – younger brothers, or twenty years old youngs. These two generations show both elements of continuity and (interesting) discontinuity. While Stuck Generation is characterized by low social and spatial mobility, by limited planning and privatism, Active Generation is proving a major social and political committment, a more critical attitude and a desire to invest in the future. Active Generation is also optimistic and pragmatic, it wants to live at full rhythm its time and it is no longer willing to accept to live an empty time, without any chance of real life. Key words: time, rhythm, mobility, youth, generations.
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Verso una riconcettualizzazione della condizione giovanile digital
formato: Articolo | STUDI DI SOCIOLOGIA - 2012 - 1 | anno: 2012 | numero: 1
Anno: 2012
E. Besozzi, Towards a reconceptualization of the youth condition Study and understand young people today is very difficult and challenging. A good strategy is to consider the condition of contemporary youth at the center of the relationship between the generations. In this way, the transition to adulthood becomes a central aspect of this relationship: we can consider the action of the actors and the importance of different contexts and social structures. The examination of the transition to adulthood shows a wealth of concepts and categories of interpretation, but it also highlights the need to submission to a critical review. In particular, the concept of generation, developed by Karl Mannheim, is enriched today with many aspects in relation to a globalized culture and new digital technologies. The youth condition, in the end, emerges in all its variety and richness, it’s a long moratorium, but with a lot of experimentation and new form of dynamic and in which he also notes the need for self-realization. Key words: youth condition, transition to adulthood, generations, long moratorium, adult generations, younger generations.
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Culture vestimentarie globali? Giovani, genere e abbigliamento di seconda mano a Lusaka (Zambia) digital
formato: Articolo | STUDI DI SOCIOLOGIA - 2007 - 1 | anno: 2007 | numero: 1
Anno: 2007
This paper is based on research into secondhand clothing undertaken during the 1990s. It also contains observations from research in progress that the author has conducted in Zambia since 2001 on youth and urban social reproduction. The widespread use all over the world today of Western-inspired dress does not produce «sameness», even though we all wear many of the same things, for example, jeans and sneakers, shirts and dresses, and suits and ties. Cities like Lusaka are the prime stages for globalization’s translation into local understandings and experiences. Monitoring the way they dress in public, clothing conscious Zambians pay considerable attention to the possibilities of their garments when dressing in world/global styles, seeking to anticipate their desired effects. In this affecting experience of dress, the distinction between used clothing and fashion becomes irrelevant as does the problematic differentiation between Western and non-Western dress styles. In spite of the aggressive forces that structure the global circuit of garment production and along with it, the international secondhand clothing trade, there does exist spaces within which locally authored dress distinctions may take over.
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