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CRITICAL DICTIONARY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES
Social Scientific Terminology | ISBN: 978-84-617-9689-2
Omaggio a Pier Paolo Pasolini, Poeta delle Ceneri

Román Reyes (Dir)
Virtual Bilingual Edition_ 2017
 

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RULES OF PARTICIPATION · EDITION_ 2009

The entries published in the Edition 2009 (Tomos 1-4, Editorial Plaza y Valdés, Madrid and México), continue to have the relative validity that confers the moment of their writing, both at the level of co-author and political-social determinant circumstances. Although the changes in the theoretical-scientific corpus little has changed in relation to certain terms, the natural evolution of events forces to revise most of these entries. Respecting the reading that bases the writing of certain terms, written by coauthors already deceased, we consider, however, that these still valid as reference, with an important historiographic value. So we continue to refer to them.

The reality (and the perception of it) has certainly changed over the last decades, forcing the redefinition of concepts and terms, if not to incorporate new ones into the corresponding theoretical corpus (political, media and academic). What, from a critical position, we intend to update with this edition.

The web page that broadcasts on-line a sample of the thousand entries in conventional edition, has received a million and a half long visits (2009-2017). Sufficient indicator, among other indexes, of the interest that the work has generated.

The edition that is announced is a research project of EMUI_ EuroMed University, to which the instituctions that part of its Academic Council are associated.

For the foregoing reasons we have opened a period for the submission of originals, in accordance with these RULES OF PARTICIPATION

This edition is a tribute to Pier Paolo Pasolini, Poet of the Asches.

Roma, March 2017
Román Reyes
Project Director


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