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Eliasian Themes aims to cultivate the journal’s roots in Nobert Elias’ tradition, by hosting discussions of his works and favouring theoretical reflections and research works that explicitly refer to processual sociology and more broadly to the Eliasian theoretical architecture and analytical methods
Each Issue presents a different Monographic Section dedicated to a specific theme. The section includes contributions related to active Call for Papers. You may vision the active Calls here.
Open Essays and Researches
Open Essays and Researches welcomes contributions on various topics in the field of Social Sciences (Sociology, Philosophy, History, Anthropology, …) with a preference for those relying on innovative theoretical frameworks, research designs and methods, not related to active Call for papers..
Points of view
Points of view hosts papers, comments or interviews on current themes
(Re)Reading the Classics
(Re)reading the Classics collects theoretical reviews of classic books, aiming to show the newness of the thought of classic authors.
The massive spreading of Covid-19 all around the world, motivate us to promote 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.
Cambio intends to provide its own tools and organization in order to collect and share, in one ongoing Virtual Issue, contributions (in English or Italian) as articles, preprints, editorials, comments, reviews .
Concretely, our project is to publish on different subjects such as:
- social/economic consequences of epidemics
- social inequalities and power imbalances
- persistence and changes in everyday life
- science, communicating science
- solidarity and social cohesion
- new and old social conflicts
- work (smart, dangerous, challenging)
- globalization and health
- care for the environment
- emotions and feelings
- local and global
- interstate relations and relations between continents
- communication and public space
- practices and common sense
- looking for safety
- times and spaces
- emergency and innovative teaching
- politics and policies about the contemporary biological vulnerabilities
- aging and elderly
- the life in quarantine of childhood and adolescent
- relevance of open data instant exchange for a fastmoving society
- doing research and fieldwork in pandemic
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