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Social Street Castelló, nuevas formas y espacios de relacionalidad

Tras crear un grupo cerrado de Facebook para los vecinos, el Grupo San José Obreroy la Plaza Pintor Sorrolla de Castellón se han convertido en los primeros vecindarios adheridos al movimiento Social Street Castellón. 

Social Street es un movimiento ciudadano surgido en las calles de la ciudad de Bolonia (Italia) durante el mes de noviembre de 2013. Desde sus inicios, el objetivo del movimiento Social Street ha sido la socialización del vecindario a través del fomento de relaciones interpersonales que permitanconocer los intereses y las necesidades cotidianas de la gente, compartir experiencias e inquietudes con la gente que vive en deredor, llevar a cabo actividades con un interés mutuo, cooperar en el desarrollo y mejora del vecindario, solucionar problemas de distinta índole, hablar, tomar café, intercambiar puntos de vista, etcétera.... En definitiva, para crear espación de relacionalidad urbana en un mundo cada vez más atomizado, desencarnado e digitalizado.

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The journal RECERCA is seeking issue editors for the forthcoming numbers13 and 14

The journal RECERCA, an annual publication approaching the main subjects currently being considered by the academic community from a philosophical and sociological perspective, is seeking issue editors for the forthcoming numbers 13 and 14 (2013 and 2014).

The RECERCA journal, indexed in Philosopher’s Index, CINDOC and Latindex, and which began in its current format in 2001, is looking for a fresh impulse this year with a new website (which will be launched in April 2012 with the publication of issue 12 of the journal) and the introduction of the peer review system in order to improve the visibility and scientific quality of the journal.

The editors of the journal would like to encourage the submission of publication proposals on RECERCA’s subjects of interest by 30 April 2012.

A proposal must consist of 750 words explaining the interest of the specific subject that would be developed in the issue and determining the key elements that would be examined. A list of possible authors for the proposed issue must also be included (at least 6 contributors will be required). The articles may be written in Spanish, Catalan or English.

Proposals must be sent to recerca@uji.es

The chosen issue editors will be responsible for bringing out the issue and they will obtain 25 printed copies of the journal when it is published. Number 13 must come out in April 2013 and number 14, in April 2014. The issue editors will be registered in the OJS web system for working on the journal and carrying out peer review, receiving help from the journal editors in carrying out this task. The journal will also be available online for public access to the articles and information.

The decision on the proposals accepted will be made by the editorial board before 31 May.


Call for Papers [Spanish and English version]



Dr. Elsa González Esteban and Dr. Ramón A. Feenstra




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