Conflitto e solidarietà sociale. Il ruolo delle emozioni e della morale nell’impianto teorico di Randall Collins
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This work aims to be an analysis of Randall Collins’ theoretical pattern bringing together conflict, social solidarity and the emotional foundation of everyday life. The starting point is his interaction rituals theory, in which the link between emotions, solidarity, morality and social action is significant. This theoretical model is then used by the American sociologist to understand conflicts and violence-related phenomena. The article aims to present these aspects of Collins’ theoretical effort, with its merits and limitations, highlighting the central role of emotional energy.