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Papers published in this Special Section
Andretta M., R. Guidi (2010), “Political Consumerism and Producerism in Times of Crisis. A Social Movement Perspective?”, Partecipazione e conflitto, 10(1): 246-274.
Baumgarten B. (2010), “Back to Solidarity-Based Living? The Economic Crisis and the De-velopment of Alternative Projects in Portugal”, Parteciazione e conflitto, 10(1): 169-192.
Cruz, Rubén Martínez Moreno H., I. Blanco (2010), “Crisis, Urban Segregation and Social Innovation in Catalonia”, Partecipazione e conflitto, 10(1): 221-245.
Kousis M., M. Paschou (2010), “Alternative Forms of Resilience. A typology of approach-es for the study of Citizen Collective Responses in Hard Economic Times”, Partecia-zione e conflitto, 10(1): 136-168.
Papadaki M., S. Kalogeraki (2010), “Social Support Actions as Forms of Building Commu-nity Resilience at the Onset of the Crisis in Urban
Greece: The Case of Chania”, Par-teciazione e conflitto, 10(1): 193-220.
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