Fuori Luogo. Rivista di Sociologia del Territorio, Turismo, Tecnologia http://www.serena.unina.it/index.php/fuoriluogo <p>The <em>double-blind peer review</em>&nbsp;Journal&nbsp;<strong>“</strong>Fuori Luogo<strong>”</strong>&nbsp;(Italian for “<em>Out of Place</em>”) – founded in 2016 and&nbsp;accredited as scientific journal by ANVUR – discusses and explores the logic and the paradoxes of the relationships occurring in the spaces, places and territories of the social experience. The Journal&nbsp;includes the critical perspective of sociology as a whole and discusses convergences and differences, compliances and non-compliances, appropriateness and inappropriateness of social actions, viewed in the light of the fundamental connection between human behavior and spatial context.</p> <p>Fuoriluogo is a sociological paradigm which demarcates distinction and difference within social phenomena and territorial contexts. For these reasons, the Journal mainly calls for studies and researches focused on contextualized social investigations.</p> FedOA - Federico II University Press en-US Fuori Luogo. Rivista di Sociologia del Territorio, Turismo, Tecnologia 2532-750X Editoriale. Dati, turismi e terre di santi http://www.serena.unina.it/index.php/fuoriluogo/article/view/6920 Fabio Corbisiero ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2020-08-15 2020-08-15 4 2 5 8 10.6092/2723-9608/6920 Èthos tecnologico e ricerca sociale: datificazione, computazione e sociologia digitale http://www.serena.unina.it/index.php/fuoriluogo/article/view/6972 <p>The process of digitization and datafication of society have strongly impacted on the role played by technology in social research. The diffusion of new data and the development of computation for their storage,elaboration and analysis has involved an overall revision of social research tools and it has led to rethink to main issues of social science.The term "Digital Sociology” encapsulates all the innovation brought about by computation and big data and by discursive regimes that support them. Digital Sociology encourages the sociologists to pay attention to the technological èthos of social research and to define a digital method that raises, and at same time attempts to solve, old and new issues which originate in the different methodological and epistemological traditions that coexist in our discipline.</p> Biagio Aragona Cristiano Felaco ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2020-08-15 2020-08-15 4 2 9 24 10.6092/2723-9608/6972 La virtualità digitale tra immanenze cronologiche e diversioni territoriali http://www.serena.unina.it/index.php/fuoriluogo/article/view/6975 <p>Object of reflection will be the present centrality of the concept of virtuality. It indicates what is potentially destined for probable realization and represents the transformations of experience. It will attempt to observe how this concept is today mainly referred to aprocess of digital change which touches all elements of the technological anthropic system. This system is constantly intent on rewriting itself and it is converted by electronic language into patterns of informations capable of redesigning space and time. Starting from a problematic core of tensions and finalities, digital virtuality interweaves material structures and simbolic-linguistic fields according to absolutely metaterritorial dynamics. It shapes the individual and collective life through the redefinition of sensoriality and of cognition, and also the reconstruction of a communicative environments which disseminates redelined subjectivities. The results are a reworking the concept of proximity, new images of sociality and new formes of narrative, which mean new descriptions and interpretations of the infosfera.</p> Linda De Feo ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2020-08-15 2020-08-15 4 2 25 40 10.6092/2723-9608/6975 City of orgies, walks and joys: la produzione dello spazio e del tempo nella città queer http://www.serena.unina.it/index.php/fuoriluogo/article/view/6976 <p>This paper focuses on identifying the genealogy of some peculiar "queer urban aspects". Starting from the modern city, it further delves into the effects of gentrification on the "queer side" of the city. Gentrification processes have "lowered" the urban "queer quotient" but the persistence of "queer subcultures" in the urban context is undeniable. These subcultures are based upon a peculiar usage and concept of space and time. At the crossroads of these topics, one thing emerges: the peculiar "queer" use of leisure time (more and more "substantial") and the closely linked "spatial production" are the new coordinates around which a new idea of "queer citizenship" ought to be built in thr contemporary city.</p> Maria Luisa Fagiani ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2020-08-15 2020-08-15 4 2 41 54 10.6092/2723-9608/6976 Turismo: evoluzione tecnologica e paradigmi interpretativi http://www.serena.unina.it/index.php/fuoriluogo/article/view/6977 <p>While the consequences that the introduction of new technologies has had on tourism practice are well known, the problem of the consequences that this technological evolution in tourism has on the explanatory-interpretative capacities of some paradigms of the sociology of tourism is much less explored in literature. In this paper we will try to show, with particular reference to two classic paradigms, - tourism as a "rite of passage" and as a "search for authenticity", as a series of important cultural transformations that accompanied the advent of such technologies force a redefinition, or at least a greater caution, in the use of such models.</p> Monica Gilli ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2020-08-15 2020-08-15 4 2 54 71 10.6092/2723-9608/6977 La complessità del cyberbullismo. Un approccio di digital literacy http://www.serena.unina.it/index.php/fuoriluogo/article/view/6978 <p>Recently, in Italy, in public debates related to the new technologies and the teens, unprecedented attention is dedicated to cyberbullying. In the light of the sudden interest in this phenomenon, Internet stakeholders also propose solutions of various kinds, with approaches that are usually repressive rather than educational. According to social researchers more interested in this kind of phenomena, on the other hand, when designing ad hoc interventions and solutions, one can not disregard a convergence between adult discourse and youthful narratives, and from the reconstruction of an imaginary that can be as close as possible to their way of perceiving and thinking about the contents in the spaces of the Net. The present contribution intends therefore to address the complexity of cyberbullying, by adopting an approach that re-establishes the relevance of both the real social-relational dynamics&nbsp;that lie behind the relationship between young people and new technologies, and the concrete modes of operation and the specific characteristics (affordances) of online platforms. In particular, the contribution will underline the importance of a digital literacy process that focuses on the ethical and networking skills that underlie the functioning of the networked society, as well as the usefulness of involving parents and teachers in these paths, in order to a dialogic approach between the actors involved.</p> Francesco Marrazzo ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2020-08-15 2020-08-15 4 2 73 90 10.6092/2723-9608/6978 Mobilità turistiche fuori dai luoghi. Forme e significati dei viaggi online per i giovani italiani http://www.serena.unina.it/index.php/fuoriluogo/article/view/6979 <p>In the “new mobilities” society (Urry, Sheller, 2006) until a few years ago unimaginable tourism experiences are realized. Nowadays the advent of new technologies makes possible also to travel without actually traveling, allowing tourists to move within unprecedented spatialities, in-betweeness (Rojek, Urry, 1997). Virtual and imaginative travels are the subject of this paper: their forms and meanings are analyzed starting from the results of anexploratory research carried out among a group of Italian millennials. The study highlights how this new form of tourism is a further element available to travelers in order to enrich, forge and shape their own identities. The finding of the study points out the overcoming of the anthropological proposal of place,which traditionally locates cultures in a physical (de)finite space (Hall, 1995).</p> Salvatore Monaco ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2018-12-31 2018-12-31 4 2 91 104 10.6092/2723-9608/6979 Deviant body. The stakes of an identity construction http://www.serena.unina.it/index.php/fuoriluogo/article/view/6980 <p>How does the body build itself as a form of social boundary? This is the central question that this work seeks to study. From the rites of inversion in a ritual ceremony organized every year in the region of Meknès in Morocco, we could observe from our perspective how the body becomes a social issue. A body charged with symbols, which continues to act upon the forms of social exclusion. The purpose of this work is to grasp the empirical character of symbolic body practices, and to account for the variety of forms of its social and cultural uses.</p> Khalid Mouna ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2018-12-31 2018-12-31 4 2 105 119 10.6092/2723-9608/6980 Interstizi. Letture a 3 T Fuori Luogo vol. 4 num. 2 / 2018 http://www.serena.unina.it/index.php/fuoriluogo/article/view/6922 Beba Molinari Carlo Sopranzetti Eugenio Zito Santina Musolino ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2020-08-15 2020-08-15 4 2 123 132 10.6092/2723-9608/6922 Intervista a Michael Blim http://www.serena.unina.it/index.php/fuoriluogo/article/view/6921 Carmine Urciuoli ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2018-12-31 2018-12-31 4 2 133 140 10.6092/2723-9608/6921