Edited By Paolo Terenzi and Elisabetta Carrà
Relational sociology is coming increasingly to the fore on the international academic stage. As it invariably happens in such circumstances, when a new paradigm attracts a growing number of scholars, researchers and practitioners, it is almost inevitably interpreted and identified in many different ways. This book aims to highlight the specific nature of relational sociology, disseminates knowledge about the relational approach which has been developed in Italy and in Europe starting from the work of Pierpaolo Donati, and confronts this approach with issues which are currently much debated in social theory, social research and social work. The authors try to consolidate the directions taken in the research field in order to distinguish relational sociology from other approaches which are not relational, or are only so to a certain degree.
List of Figures
The sociological gaze: when, how and why is it relational?
Fig. 1: The gaze as a relation to what is being observed
Pablo García Ruiz
The emergence of crowdsourcing as a relational work
Fig. 1: Crowdsourcing as a social relation
Giovanna Rossi and Donatella Bramanti
A multigenerational point of view: the contribution of relational sociology
Graph 1: The most transmitted values across generations on the overall sample (received and given)
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