Variabilità culturale nel XXI secolo e intersezione tra “Area studies” e Scienze Sociali per la produzione di nuova conoscenza

Cultural Variability in the 21st Century and Intersection between “Area studies” and Social Sciences for the Production of New Knowledge

  • Filomena Riccardi Campania Luigi Vanvitelli University, Italy
Keywords: Globalization, Sociale research, Area studies

Abstract

The present article investigates the new developments and challenges of social sciences and humanities in the era of globalization and underlines the importance of social sciences` intersection with interdisciplinary and transregional collaborative researches of Area studies stressing particular attention on the new developments of social research in some developing and emerging countries such as nowadays China, which plays an important role in the contemporary geopolitical world orders.

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Published
2019-12-06