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dc.contributor.authorRoldán, Verónicait_IT
dc.date.accessioned2017-12-29T13:09:37Z-
dc.date.available2017-12-29T13:09:37Z-
dc.date.issued2017-
dc.identifier.citationVerónica Roldán,"Roman Catholicism lived in Latin America and in Rome. The methodology employed" in: "Visioni LatinoAmericane 17 (2017), Numero speciale: The Roman-Catholic experience in everyday life", Trieste, EUT Edizioni Università di Trieste, 2017, pp. 24-37it_IT
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dc.description.abstractThe Author presents the constituent milestones of the methodological cycle of an international research survey called The transformation of lived religion in urban Latin America: a study of the contemporary Latin Americans' experience of the transcendent (in comparison with Southern Europe), carried out and which involved the collaboration, in a comparative study, of six universities from six different countries of which three Latin American (Argentina, Peru, Uruguay), two European (Italy, Spain) and one North American (Usa). In particular, the aim of the qualitative method used here was an understanding of the subjective sense and the point of view of social actors with the intension of bringing to light the "sociological views".it_IT
dc.description.abstractLa Autora presenta las etapas constitutivas del ciclo metodológico de la investigación internacional La transformación de la religión vivida en América Latina: un estudio de la experiencia de lo trascendente de los latinoamericanos contemporáneos (en comparación con el Sur de Europa), en donde han colaborado, en un estudio comparativo, seis universidades de diferentes Países: tres latinoamericanos (Argentina, Perú, Uruguay), dos europeos (Italia, España) y uno norteamericano (Usa). El objetivo ha sido comprender, a través del método cualitativo, el significado subjetivo y el punto de vista del actor sobre los diferentes aspectos de su vida religiosa.it_IT
dc.description.abstractL'Autrice presenta le tappe costitutive del ciclo metodologico della ricerca internazionale La trasformazione della pratica religiosa in America Latina: uno studio sull'esperienza del trascendente dei latinoamericani contemporanei (in comparazione con il Sud Europa), che ha visto collaborare, in uno studio comparativo, sei università di sei differenti Paesi: tre latinoamericani (Argentina, Perù, Uruguay), due europei (Italia, Spagna) e uno nordamericano (Usa). L’obiettivo, è stato quello di comprendere, attraverso il metodo qualitativo, il senso soggettivo e il punto di vista dell’attore circa i diversi aspetti del suo vissuto religioso.it_IT
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dc.publisherEUT Edizioni Università di Triesteit_IT
dc.relation.ispartofVisioni LatinoAmericaneit_IT
dc.relation.ispartofseries17 (2017) Numero specialeit_IT
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dc.subjectqualitative methodologyit_IT
dc.subjectcomparative researchit_IT
dc.subjectRoman Catholicismit_IT
dc.subjectlived religionit_IT
dc.subjectreligión vividait_IT
dc.subjectcatolicismoit_IT
dc.subjectAmérica Latinait_IT
dc.subjectmetodología cualitativait_IT
dc.subjectcattolicesimoit_IT
dc.subjectAmerica Latinait_IT
dc.subjectmetodologia qualitativait_IT
dc.titleRoman Catholicism lived in Latin America and in Rome. The methodology employedit_IT
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dc.identifier.doi10.13137/2035-6633/18469-
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