Manuale Di Sociologia Dei Consumi

Autore: Vanni Codeluppi
ISBN: 9788843035526
Grandezza: 50,99 MB
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Vista: 553
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Middle India And Urban Rural Development

Autore: Barbara Harriss-White
Editore: Springer
ISBN: 8132224310
Grandezza: 53,67 MB
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Middle India and Rural-Urban Development explores the socio-economic conditions of an ‘India’ that falls between the cracks of macro-economic analysis, sectoral research and micro-level ethnography. Its focus, the ‘middle India’ of small towns, is relatively unknown in scholarly terms for good reason: it requires sustained and difficult field research. But it is where most Indians either live or constantly visit in order to buy and sell, arrange marriages and plot politics. Anyone who wants to understand India therefore needs to understand non-metropolitan, provincial, small-town India and its economic life. This book meets this need. From 1973 to the present, Barbara Harriss-White has watched India’s development through the lens of an ordinary town in northern Tamil Nadu, Arni. This book provides a pluralist, multi-disciplinary and inter-disciplinary perspective on Arni and its rural hinterland. It grounds general economic processes in the social specificities of a given place and region. In the process, continuity is juxtaposed with abrupt change. A strong feature of the book is its analysis of how government policies that fail to take into account the realities of small town life in India have unintended and often perverse consequences. In this unique book, Harriss-White brings together ten essays written by herself and her research team on Arni and its surrounding rural areas. They track the changing nature of local business and the workforce; their urban-rural relations, their regulation through civil society organizations and social practices, their relations to the state and to India’s accelerating and dynamic growth. That most people live outside the metropolises holds for many other developing countries and makes this book, and the ideas and methods that frame it, highly relevant to a global development audience.

Il Dolce Tuono Marca E Pubblicit Nel Terzo Millennio

Autore: M. Lombardi
Editore: FrancoAngeli
ISBN: 9788846423245
Grandezza: 29,19 MB
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Vista: 2340
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Temi E Problemi Della Complessit

Autore: Cecilia Costa
Editore: Armando Editore
ISBN: 9788860813534
Grandezza: 56,72 MB
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Vista: 9734
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Ascoltare Il Silenzio Manuale Di Sociologia Della Comunicazione

Autore: Mauro Miccio
Editore: FrancoAngeli
ISBN: 8856869713
Grandezza: 67,86 MB
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Vista: 6224
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Manuale Di Sociologia Della Salute

Autore: C. Cipolla
Editore: FrancoAngeli
ISBN: 9788846468437
Grandezza: 43,84 MB
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Vista: 8309
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Manuale Di Sociologia Della Famiglia

Autore: Pierpaolo Donati
Editore: Gius.Laterza & Figli Spa
ISBN: 8858114337
Grandezza: 77,28 MB
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Vista: 1237
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La famiglia, la sua organizzazione, le trasformazioni in corso del modello familiare, il suo ruolo nella società contemporanea, i dilemmi delle politiche familiari, cosa dovremo attenderci nel prossimo futuro. Un manuale approfondito e aggiornato, che studia la famiglia in quanto relazione originaria e originale, intrinsecamente differente da tutte le altre relazioni sociali, e ne delinea con completezza storia ed evoluzione.

In Altre Parole

Autore: Patrizia Faccioli
Editore: FrancoAngeli
ISBN: 9788846432087
Grandezza: 80,13 MB
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Vista: 2772
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