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No 7 (2016): Technlogy and/as imaginary (Vol. II) The collaborative dimension of social innovation Abstract  PDF
Alessandro Bertirotti, Raffaella Fagnoni
No 6 (2015): Technlogy and/as imaginary You might also be interested in: recommender algorithms and social imaginary, the case of YouTube Abstract  PDF
Massimo Airoldi
No 10 (2017): The Hidden King Simmel’s Hidden King - and Ours Abstract  PDF
John A. Y. Andrews
No 11 (2018): The Sports Heroes in the Social Imaginary Between solar and lunar hero: a cartographic study of Brazilian Olympic athletes in the social imaginary Abstract  PDF
Katia Rubio, Rafael Veloso, Lucia Leao
No 7 (2016): Technlogy and/as imaginary (Vol. II) Il migrante immaginario: analisi di una rappresentazione sociale attraverso Twitter Abstract  PDF (Italiano)
Fabio Ruggiano
No 7 (2016): Technlogy and/as imaginary (Vol. II) Immaginario, migrazione e politica nella scrittura di Amara Lakhous: Kayfa tarda‘u min al-dhi’ba duna an ta‘addaka e la sua autotraduzione Conflitto di civiltà per un ascensore a Piazza Vittorio Abstract  PDF (Italiano)
Lorenzo Casini
No 11 (2018): The Sports Heroes in the Social Imaginary L’atleta paralimpico: dallo stigma al mito, e ritorno Riflessioni sul ruolo dello sport nell’immaginario della disabilità Abstract  PDF
Antonietta Spoto
No 11 (2018): The Sports Heroes in the Social Imaginary ” We are the Superhumans!” Sport e disabilità: gli eroi inabili Abstract  PDF
Isabella Quatera
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