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Title: Unequal societies in usual times, unjust societies in pandemic ones
Authors: Dosi, Giovanni
Fanti, Lucrezia
Virgillito, Maria Enrica
Keywords: Crisi economica
Disuguaglianza sociale
Emergenza sanitaria
Issue Date: 16-Oct-2020
Citation: Dosi G., Fanti L., Virgillito M.E. (2020), Unequal societies in usual times, unjust societies in pandemic ones, Roma, Inapp, WP, 54 <>
Abstract: This pandemic is producing the most severe crisis after the Great Depression and has been used to implement forms of massive social control hardly conceivable in ‘advanced democracies’. Butterfly effects are well-known in complexity sciences. However, social scientists have still difficulties in understanding how a grain can make the sandcastle fall down. On the contrary, we are now under the actual risk of starting a ‘new normal’ without dealing with the deep routes and origins of this crisis, with the dominant intellectual discourse pushing for maintaining and indeed reinforcing the status quo, established power and social blocks. This myopic strategy might end up in collectively disruptive socio-political transformations.
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