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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: Maurizio Bonolis Scientific board: A. Abruzzese (Milano Iulm), 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), E. Campelli (Roma I), A. Cavazzani (Cosenza), F. Cecconi (Istc-Cnr), R. Cipollini (Roma I), M. Corsale (Roma I), A. Decataldo (Milano Bicocca), R. De Giorgi (Lecce), F. Dei (Pisa), S. Della Pergola (Hebrew University of Jerusalem), P. De Nardis (Roma I), F. Faccioli (Roma I), A. Fasanella (Roma I), M. Fedele (Roma I), G. Giampaglia (Napoli «Federico II»), H. Jeřábek (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), F. Martinelli (Roma I), S. Mauceri (Roma I), V. Mele (Pisa), U. Melotti (Roma I), M. Morcellini (Roma I), L. Muzzetto (Pisa), M. Negrotti (Urbino), S. Nobile (Roma I), G. Pagliano (Roma III), R.D. Pawson (University of Leeds), M. Paolucci (Istc-Cnr), J.I. Piovani (Universidad Nacional de La Plata), M.C. Pitrone (Roma I), 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).

Editors M.P. Faggiano, V. Lo Presti, S. Mauceri, S. Nobile e S. Tusini
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Issue 125/2021 
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Matteo Gerli, Tra «rifrazione» e «traduzioni»: Bourdieu, Latour e l’autonomia scientifica (Between «refraction» and «translations»: Bourdieu, Latour and scientific autonomy)
Gabriella D’Ambrosio, Giampiero D’Alessandro, Beyond borders: analysis of the students’ mobility flows at Sapienza University of Rome
Gabriella Punziano, Ciro Clemente De Falco, Domenico Trezza, Tra geografia delle narrazioni e geografia dei contagi in Italia: il contributo dell’analisi spaziale e del contenuto dei tweet alla comprensione della pandemia (Geography of narration and geography of contagion in Italy: understanding the pandemic and its effects through spatial and content analysis of tweets)
Francesca Veltri, L’obbedienza è (ancora) una virtù? Vincoli normativi e limiti sistemici dell’obbedienza (Is obedience (still) a virtue? Normative constraints and systemic limits of obedience ()
Ivana Matteucci, I frames della migrazione in Italia: rappresentazioni nei media e opinione pubblica (Framing migration in Italy. Media representation and public opinion)
Stefania Tusini, Spostare il confine più in là. Autoetnografia come genere scientifico? (Shifting the boundary. autoethnography as a scientific genre? (Spostare il confine più in là. Autoetnografia come genere scientifico?)
Stefania Palmisano, Monica Gilli, Anna Lo Presti, Spiritual but not religious. A survey on university students in Turin
Shkelzen Hasanaj, Marco Chiuppesi, Algoritmi decisionali e discriminazione percepita: uno studio sugli audits di sicurezza nei sistemi di self-checkout della Gdo (Decision algorithms and perceived discrimination: a study on retail self-checkout audits)
Maria Adelaide Gallina, Renato Grimaldi, Monitorare l’inclusione dei minori stranieri. La valutazione del progetto della Fondazione per la Scuola nei Cpia torinesi (Monitoring the inclusion of foreign minors. The evaluation of the school foundation project in Turin’s CPIA)
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Hisashi Nasu, Alfred Schutz’s conception of relevance and its significances for the social sciences
Ken Takakusa, Relevance and cognitive style: on the double characterization of science in Alfred Schutz
Riccardo Venturini, The system of relevances and enclaves
Luigi Muzzetto, On the «unconscious» nature of Because motives. Some considerations on the Unconscious in Alfred Schutz
Christian Meyer, Frank Oberzaucher, Relevance and embodied reflexivity: constellations work between Gurwitsch, Merleau-Ponty and Garfinkel
Luigi Muzzetto, Introduction to the problem of relevance
Carlos Belvedere, Topic relevance as the basic structuration of the field of consciousness
Daniela Griselda Lopez, Schutzian social cartography
Jochen Dreher, Life-World, relevance and power. Phenomenology and social critique
Hermílio Santos, Priscila Susin, Relevance and time in Schutzian theory: methodological implications to interpretative biographical research
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