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author: Roberto Pellerey

All段nterno dei movimenti sociali. L段ntervento sul territorio come testo e i suoi metodi di documentazione

language: italian

publication date: December 2021

abstract: A new social movement today challenges the commodification of contemporary society and carries out interventions on the ground aimed at eliminating the economic mechanisms of the market system and at creating systems of distribution of goods through the dynamics of 途eciprocity. We will describe the principles of this vast social movement ignored by the media and examine some exemplary cases of interventions on the ground, considered as a special type of text, endowed with author, reader, utterance, interpretation, interpretative cooperation. We thus propose a general model of analysis of texts made up of social processes in progress, with their specific method of documentation, and a new general typology of texts.

keywords: commodification, social movements, text, field intervention, interpretation

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DOI: 10.12977/ocula2021-17

citation information: Roberto Pellerey, All段nterno dei movimenti sociali. L段ntervento sul territorio come testo e i suoi metodi di documentazione, "Ocula", vol.22, December 2021. DOI: 10.12977/ocula2021-17


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