Semantica e studi migratori: un connubio necessario: Dal Mediterraneo alla Finlandia: il richiamo dello Stato scandinavo per i lavoratori e gli studenti italiani

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Scientific Essay from the year 2011 in the subject Romance Languages - Italian and Sardinian Studies, Turku University of Applied Sciences, course: Italian Language and Culture, language: Italian, abstract: Il presente elaborato, prendendo spunto dalle polemiche scatenatesi in Italia a seguito della pubblicazione del Newsweek con la graduatoria della qualità di vita nei diversi Paesi del globo (2010), indaga la relazione Italia - Finlandia, non dal punto di vista di classifiche ufficiali e metriche istituzionali, ma prendendo in esame gli interventi spontanei pubblicati da italiani sul Forum de La Rondine, a disposizione di coloro che cercano lavoro e casa in Finlandia. L’analisi linguistica e semantica dei contenuti di questi interventi ci aiuterà, infatti, a comprendere i motivi che spingono cittadini italiani a cercare opportunità in Finlandia e la percezione che essi hanno del paese scandinavo rispetto all’Italia. Lo studio dei fenomeni migratori, che è di necessità interdisciplinare, viene qui arricchito di un nuovo strumento che aiuti a cogliere la complessità delle nuove migrazioni: la semantica. I post presi in esame, pubblicati da più di cento persone, sono quelli che vanno dal 15 febbraio 2008 al 2 settembre 2010. L’analisi semantica dei post è stata effettuata utilizzando T-Lab (Tools for Text Analysis - http://www.tlab.it), un software costituito da un insieme di strumenti linguistici e statistici per l'analisi dei testi.
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GRIN Verlag
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Published on
May 30, 2012
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Pages
11
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ISBN
9783656203377
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Language
Italian
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Genres
Foreign Language Study / Italian
Foreign Language Study / Romance Languages (Other)
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Scientific Study from the year 2011 in the subject History Europe - Other Countries - Newer History, European Unification, Turku School of Economics, language: Italian, abstract: The present paper discusses the Counter-Risorgimento movement (Controrisorgimento) in Northern Tuscany focusing mainly on the historiographical issues regarding the current research on the Risorgimento-phenomenon and the concept of the Death of the Nation (Morte della Patria) suggested by Renzo de Felice and Ernesto Galli della Loggia. The approach of Italian historical research toward Risorgimento, as well as the Resistance (or Civil War), has traditionally been very black and white: the protagonists of the events have been divided into moral categories of good and evil as a result of the political function of historical writing and a historical reconstruction of both sides of the story is still, quite surprisingly, to be written. This article proposes a new and less apologetic approach to the study of the Italian Risorgimento by looking at the phenomenon as the conclusive point of a great internal conflict. The article discusses the Counter-Risorgimento movement primarily from a local perspective but it also aims to widen and to rethink the methodological approach that has traditionally been adopted by historians in relations with the Risorgimento. In conclusion, the article proposes a more holistic approach to the study of the Risorgimento most of all by taking in consideration also the experience of the counter-forces of which we know very little today and by deconstructing the political and rhetoric pathos that still influences the historical representation of this phenomenon.
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