L'imaginaire de la crise et l'innovation social comme imaginaire

Elisabetta Bucolo


The aim of the paper is to offer an investigation in the field of social services to demonstrate that the imaginary in social innovation – conveyed by international and national public authorities in times of crisis, can “hide” forms of exploitation and dependency of civil society which are essential to be identified in order to avoid losing the sense of political solidarity. The rationale behind the paper is that “real” social innovations do question the reasons for the crisis and are not limited to a mere solution of the damages.

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