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Interculturalism in Italy: Is it merely a Language and Communication Problem?
(Fisciano: ICSR Mediterranean Knowledge, 2016)
It is unthinkable today not to promote or encourage intercultural communication, it being the only alternative to conflict: a dialogic interaction designed to promote all the instances in the game and to achieve equilibrium ...
El español y sus confines. Diversidad y uniformidad
In this article we analyze the current situation of Spanish language in the world and its ancient “boundaries”, which are at the same time simple and structured, regular and variable, uniform and different. And while the ...
Re-membering Borderless and Bordered Childhood in Cyprus : A Case Study on the Limits and Prospects of Oral Histories
Over the last century, ‘childhood’ has become a major field of study as childhood is an important stage in the formation of individual identity, and adult narratives of childhood reveal interesting data on both personal ...
Transition vers l’âge adulte et trajectoires d’individualisation. Une analyse des «modernités» à travers le cas du Maroc
The Western sociological thought has conceived “individuals” as the product of Modernity. Indeed, the category of individual is placed at the core of the transition from the traditional social order to the modern ...
I saperi del Mediterraneo per il futuro dell’Europa
Innovation starts from the “Mediterranean Knowledge”, and develops until it becomes common practice. These new ideas (products, services, and models) make it then possible to meet social needs (more effectively than their ...