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Andrea Borghini

Andrea Borghini
Pisa University Press

Andrea Borghini is Associate Professor of Sociology at Department of Political Sciences, University of Pisa. He mainly investigates topics related to the transformations of the Nation-State, the processes of Global Governance, the Social Control. Among his works are Metamorfosi del potere (2003), Governance and Nation State (2004), Potere simbolico e immaginario sociale (2009), The Social Control as a Form of Care (2011). He has also published some books on Karl Popper’s political and social theory (Karl Popper. Politica e Società, 2000; Sociologia di Karl Popper, 2008).

Titoli dell'autore

Bourdieu in Italia

Esperienze di una sociologia generativa

editore: Pisa University Press

pagine: 300

Il volume si propone di esaminare l’eredità della sociologia di Pierre Bourdieu nell’ambito della sociologia italiana. Gli articoli qui raccolti offrono una pluralità di prospettive e approcci di ricerca che, interagendo con il patrimonio concettuale bourdieusiano, evidenziano la capacità di ricercatrici e ricercatori di utilizzare in modo creativo e non dogmatico i concetti sviluppati da Bourdieu. Il volume si conclude con un Simposio, animato dai curatori, riguardante il ruolo di Bourdieu nell’ambito della sociologia italiana contemporanea e le prospettive di sviluppo di una ricerca sociologica improntata al suo metodo e alla sua teoria.

Exploring the Crisis. Theoretical Perspectives and Empirical Investigations

editore: Pisa University Press

pagine: 350

The current crisis started in the US in 2008 beginning with the popping of the subprime mortgage bubble. The emblematic image of the US crisis was that of people carrying away boxes from the “too big to fail” Lehman Brothers. From the US the crisis spread all over the world and soon affected Europe. In the same year, Iceland went bankrupt and in many other countries banks started to restrict the flow of credit. During the last five years, the effect of the crisis has been devastating: it has threatened the existence of the Euro and, consequently, the existence of the European Community itself. The distance between countries with a solid economy (Germany) and the countries with more fragile productive systems (generally southern Europe) increased drastically. The major political effect was the emergence of populist and protest movements, similar to the crisis that followed the great depression. Departing from this scenario, the book gathers the voices of national and international scholars from different disciplines (historians, sociologists, political scientists), as well as representatives of civil society, committed to developing an intense and lively dialogue on the causes of the crisis. The book also treats the significance individual and collective actors attribute to the crisis, the ways in which it enters into individual choices, influencing their trajectories, as well as the changes it has provoked in collective behavior and in political and social institutions within the European and US context. The richness of debate within the book makes a fundamental contribution to an understanding of the crisis, starting from a genealogical reconstruction of the category. The lesson drawn from reading is that the current crisis puts us in front of radical questions, on the fate of our societies and on the profound meaning of man and his ethical choices in our time.    

Exploring the Crisis: Theoretical Perspectives and Empirical Investigations

di Andrea Borghini, Enrico Campo

editore: Pisa University Press

The current crisis started in the US in 2008 beginning with the popping of the subprime mortgage bubble

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