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Cinta de moebio

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ARNOLD, Marcelo; PIGNUOLI, Sergio  and  THUMALA, Daniela. Systemic social sciences and the coronavirus pandemic. Cinta moebio [online]. 2020, n.68, pp.167-180. ISSN 0717-554X.  http://dx.doi.org/10.4067/s0717-554x2020000200167.

Given the multiplicity of perspectives that accompany the observation of the current pandemic, becomes relevant to identify those that achieve the greatest resonance. Thus, it is observed how citizens and decision makers have increased their demands for valid information by applying rationality, methods, and procedures of science in an exponential manner. In this paper we develop a synthetic set of selected guidelines on how the current pandemic is approached from systemic social sciences, and then present some of their proposals regarding the conditions, at the organizational level, which could enable the achievement of the levels of dialogue and cooperation required to address the current pandemic.

Keywords : covid 19; social systems; risk; organizations; institutional design.

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