The current circumstances that we are experiencing, with the massive spreading of Covid-19 from the Far East to Europe, to the US and to the rest of the world, motivate us to publish a special issue of Cambio dedicated to theoretical question of return to social life, and empirical study of its contemporary configurations in the actual pandemic situation.dedicated to the coronavirus epidemic that is ravaging our societies. 
As the situation changes very quickly, we will create an “OPENLAB” section of Cambio to speed up the publication.

18/11/2020: Call for Papers - Number 21/ June 2021 is open Deadline 31 March 2020
The monographic section of the June 2021 issue will propose the following title: 
The Paradigm of Informality in Contemporary Capitalism
Please click here (ENG - ITA) to read the call for papers or visit our CALL FOR PAPERS SECTION 

5/10/2020: Cambio is awarded the A-class Award for all the Sociological Areas
6/7/2020: Call for Papers – Number 20/ December 2020 Deadline 04 Oct 2020. [CLOSED]

Cambio. An International Journal on Social Change

Cambio. Rivista sulle trasformazioni sociali is a peer-reviewed and open-access electronic journal now in its nineth year. It aims to promote theoretical and analytical debates at international level arising from contributions focused on processes of change that are affecting present-day individuals and societies at both local and global levels. CAMBIO's main inspiration is sociological, but it has deliberately chosen to place itself in the open field of the social sciences, convinced that there can be no real depth of specialization without acceptance of the challenge of complexity, a challenge that must be faced in any attempt to interpret, understand, explain or comprehend. 

Angela Perulli, Università di Firenze, Italy
e-ISSN: 2239-1118

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Vol 10, No 19 (2020): Intercepting and Modeling Global Change?

Published October 28, 2020



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