Presence and Persistence of Catalan cultural Patterns in the Kingdom of Sardinia through an interdisciplinary psycho-social study of the ‘Corts’
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It is presented a study in its initial phase where the comparison of the Corts, summoned for the Principality of Catalonia and the Kingdom of Sardinia during the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries, is combined, as a survey methodology, with the field theory and the concept of perception and, in particular,
of redundancy, from Gestalt psychology and the psychology of communication, a derivation of Gestalt psychology. To analyse the structural functioning of a society we believe that it is essential to make use of a ‘hybrid approach and methodology,’ which borrows theories from other disciplinary fields, in order to attempt an epistemological interaction between various disciplines aiming to historical research.
Is part ofImago temporis: medium Aevum, 2019, núm. 13, p. 257-275
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