Journal title TERRITORIO
Author/s Marco Cremaschi
Publishing Year 2009 Issue 2009/49 Language Italian
Pages 5 P. 134-138 File size 195 KB
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Mafia and communities: notes for research - The essay suggests that the system of formal rules (law and legality) on the one hand and the forms of social regulation on the other enter into a vicious circle because of the overabundance (not by chance) of institutional systems. These fuel infinite reserves of mediation which translate into forms of institutional ‘disorder’, capitalised on in turn for self interest motives by particular groups. The absence of rules is a hypertrophic characteristic of legal systems which is used by self-interest groups to strengthen their powers to mediate. A different approach to ‘disordered’ transformation practices in planning would therefore allow more effective policies and forms of regulation to be imagined, which are not just formally consistent.
Marco Cremaschi, Mafie e territori: note per una ricerca in "TERRITORIO" 49/2009, pp 134-138, DOI: 10.3280/TR2009-049020