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Sociologia e Ricerca Sociale (Sociology and Sociological Research), was founded in 1980 by a group of professors from different Italian universities and different branches of Sociology. The aim was to achieve two main goals. The first was to create a channel for communication among specialists not subject to academic limitation of any sort. The second was to pursue the project of a logically and methodologically based empirical research, focusing on one hand on the relations between scientific statute of social theory, and on the other on social intervention. The fundamental need for pluralism has guided the work of this review since it was founded. Italian and foreign authors from academic, research or professional backgrounds discuss themes and issues that range from social theory, sociology of communication, professions in the field, complex organizations, and social services, to labor rights and policies and sociology of the sciences and knowledge.

General Editor:Scientific board: A. Abruzzese (Milano Iulm), S.S. Acquaviva (Padova), M.C. Agodi (Università di Napoli) G.D. Amendola (Firenze), M.S. Agnoli (Roma I), M. Bonolis (Roma I), G. Bechelloni (Firenze), L. Benadusi (Roma I), W.H. Brekhus (University of Missouri/Columbia), E. Campelli (Roma I), A. Cavazzani (Cosenza), F. Cecconi (Istc-Cnr), R. Cipollini (Roma I), M. Corsale (Roma I), R. De Giorgi (Lecce), S. Della Pergola (Hebrew University of Jerusalem), F. Faccioli (Roma I), A. Fasanella (Roma I), M. Fedele (Roma I), G. Gennaro (Catania), G. Giampaglia (Napoli «Federico II»), H. Jerábek (Prague Charles University), M. Livolsi (Milano Iulm), C. Lombardo (Roma I), P. Marconi (Roma I), A. Marinelli (Roma I), C. Marletti (Torino), A. Marradi (Firenze), G. Marselli (Napoli), F. Martinelli (Roma I), U. Melotti (Roma I), M. Morcellini (Roma I), M. Negrotti (Urbino), G. Pagliano (Roma III), R.D. Pawson (University of Leeds), M. Paolucci (Istc-Cnr), J.I. Piovani (Universidad Nacional de La Plata), G.P. Prandstraller (Bologna), M. Santuccio (Padova), N. Stame (Roma I), G. Sivini (Cosenza), M. Toscano (Pisa), I.G. Valeriano (Universitat de Valencia), O. Velthuis (University of Amsterdam), E. Zerubavel (Rutgers University)

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Issue 99/2012 
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Per Franco Leonardi
Simòn Royo Hernández, Para la autocomprensión de las ciencias del espíritu: notas al comienzo de "Verdad y método" de Hans-George Gadamer (On Understanding the Sciences of the Spirit: Notes on the Beginning of "Truth and Method" by Hans-George Gadamer)
Sergio Mauceri, Per una survey integrata e multilivello. Le lezioni dimenticate della Columbia School (An Integrated and Multilevel Survey. The Forgotten Lessons of the Columbia School)
Barbara Sonzogni, Federico Cecconi, Rosaria Conte, On the Interplay between Extortion and Punishment. An Agent Based Model of "Camorra"
Domenico Maddaloni, Fiorenzo Parziale, Dimensioni e direttrici del mutamento socio-economico in prospettiva territoriale dal 1951 a oggi (A Regional Perspective on Dimensions and Lines of Socio-economic Change from 1951 to the Present Day)
Eugenia De Rosa, Innovazione sociale e minority groups. Cooperative sociali e welfare locale nella città di Roma (Social Innovation and Local Development: Social Cooperatives and Local Welfare in Rome)
Mario Aldo Toscano, Apologo. In onore di Franco Ferrarotti (Apology in Honor of Franco Ferrarotti)
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Maurizio Bonolis, Il problema dell’inclusione come "problema" di teoria sociale (The Problem of Inclusion as a "Problem" of Social Theory)
Paolo Vezzoni, Roberto Vignera, Equivoci e illusioni su identità e modernizzazione (Misunderstandings and Illusions on Identity and Modernization)
Lia Fassari, Reti, culture e mutamenti del lavoro. Uno sguardo radicale sull’università (Networks, Cultures and Changes in Labor. A Radical Overview on University)
Stefano Poli, Perché gli anziani ci amano (nonostante tutto): l’anzianità poliedrica tra rappresentazioni stereotipiche, complessità identitaria e risorse nascoste (Why Seniors Love Us (nonetheless): Stereotypic Representations)
Francesco Giovanni Truglia, La casualità della casualità. Informazione, probabilità e previsione nell’approccio soggettivista (The Randomness of Randomness. Information, Probability and Prediction in the Subjectivist View)
Rosaria Conte, Società artificiali. Il caso delle norme (Artificial Societies. The Case of Norms)
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Issue 97/2012 
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In memoria di Antonio de Lillo
Enzo Campelli, Disfarenheit 2012
Nicoletta Stame, Nota su "Meccanismi invisibili" di Ray Pawson (Notes on "Invisible Mechanisms")
Raymond Pawson, Meccanismi invisibili: la lunga strada per il cambiamento comportamentale (Invisible Mechanisms: the Long Road to Behavioral Change)
Carmelo Lombardo, The missing heritage. On Lazarsfeld’s contribution to the development of Analytical Sociology
Giuseppina Cersosimo, Salute e disuguaglianze. Percorsi analitici (Health and Inequalities. Analytical Paths)
Valeria Giordano, La narrazione della metropoli: Baudelaire, Simmel, Benjamin (Narrating the Metropolis: Baudelaire, Simmel, Benjamin)
Alessandra Decataldo, Maria Paola Faggiano, Antonio Fasanella, Manlio Maggi, Effects, contexts, mechanisms operating in a quasi-experimental design
Silvia Cataldi, Quale modello di partecipazione per la ricerca sociale? Riflessività nel rapporto tra ricercatore e attore sociale (Participation Models for Social Research. Reflection of the Relationship between Researcher and Social Actor)
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