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Devotion and Identity in the History of the Sicilian Mafia. The Case of Provenzano. / Merlino, R.

In: Reset Dialogues on Civilizations, 04.03.2015.

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T1 - Devotion and Identity in the History of the Sicilian Mafia. The Case of Provenzano

AU - Merlino, R.

PY - 2015/3/4

Y1 - 2015/3/4

N2 - Throughout its history, the Sicilian mafia has systematically adapted structure and modus operandi to changing times, and engaged in innovative, profitable activities, whilst maintaining largely consistent cultural codes and practices. Indeed, the links between the mafia and civil society are not based exclusively on economic and political ties, but also on a solid cultural framework that the mafia has adapted for its own needs to better disguise and penetrate the territory at a capillary level

AB - Throughout its history, the Sicilian mafia has systematically adapted structure and modus operandi to changing times, and engaged in innovative, profitable activities, whilst maintaining largely consistent cultural codes and practices. Indeed, the links between the mafia and civil society are not based exclusively on economic and political ties, but also on a solid cultural framework that the mafia has adapted for its own needs to better disguise and penetrate the territory at a capillary level

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JO - Reset Dialogues on Civilizations

T2 - Reset Dialogues on Civilizations

JF - Reset Dialogues on Civilizations

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