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Coevoluzione: la sfida di uno sguardo sistemico
Titolo Rivista: SOCIOLOGIA URBANA E RURALE 
Autori/Curatori: Ilaria Beretta 
Anno di pubblicazione:  2022 Fascicolo: 127 Concetti chiave e innovazioni teoriche della sociologia dell’ambiente e del territorio del dopo Covid-19 Lingua: Italiano 
Numero pagine:  15 P. 79-93 Dimensione file:  271 KB
DOI:  10.3280/SUR2022-127007
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L’attuale crisi da COVID 19 ha messo in evidenza la necessità dell’adozione di un approccio coevolutivo nell’interpretazione di quanto sta accadendo. La morbilità del virus si correla a fattori morfologici, ambientali, culturali, socio-economici; la pandemia sfida il pensiero lineare e le spiegazioni monocausali. Il presente contributo illustra come tale approccio possa aiutare a interpretare e - perché no - a trovare una soluzione alle due grandi crisi attuali: quella pandemica e quella ecologica.


Keywords: pluralismo, sistema socio-ambientale, crisi ecologica, crisi pandemica, complessità, incertezza

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Ilaria Beretta, in "SOCIOLOGIA URBANA E RURALE" 127/2022, pp. 79-93, DOI:10.3280/SUR2022-127007

   

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