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The system of relevances and enclaves
Journal Title: SOCIOLOGIA E RICERCA SOCIALE  
Author/s:  Riccardo Venturini 
Year:  2021 Issue: 124 Language: English 
Pages:  19 Pg. 91-109 FullText PDF:  207 KB
DOI:  10.3280/SR2021-124006
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The system of thematic, interpretational and motivational relevance is the model expounded by Schutz to highlight how the constitution of meaning. The relationship between the system of relevance belonging to different finite provinces of meaning is fundamental. Just as important are the fluctuations in the modes of experiences, in relation to appresentational processes of meaning in the shift from one sphere to another. This paper will focus on the shift from one province of meaning to another, i.e., enclaves. According to Schutz, enclaves can be understood as both symbolic entities and necessary discontinuities in the shift from one finite province of meaning to another, discontinuities that can be identified as vacancies to be filled.

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Riccardo Venturini, in "SOCIOLOGIA E RICERCA SOCIALE " 124/2021, pp. 91-109, DOI:10.3280/SR2021-124006

   

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