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The authors decided to deal with the theme of the influence of corruption on the political processes in contemporary Spain and Catalonia. The investigation of this problem requires the reference to both: a political situation in entire state and in the peripheral region, included in the territorial range of Spain.

Therefore, the main objective of the article is the attempt to answer three questions: 1) What is the corruptive phenomenon based on and why a public sphere is endangered with it to such a degree?, 2) How did the Spanish citizens react to corruptive processes after 2008?, 3) Did Catalonia, whose politicians regard this region as definitely separate from Spain, differ considerably from a political centre and other regions of the country within intensity of the occurrence of corruptive phenomena after 2008?

. F., Valldeperas, N. (2016). Social Farming in Catalonia. Rural local development and social integration of people at risk of social exclusion. In: Second International Conference on Agriculture in an Urbanizing Society – Reconnecting Agriculture and Food Chains to Societal Needs (pp. 1–2). Roma: AiCARE. [13] Guirado, C., Valldeperas, N., Tulla, A. F., Sendra, L., Badia, A., Evard, C., Cebollada, A., Espluga, J., Pallarès, I. & Vera, A. (2017). Social Farming in Catalonia: rural local development, employment opportunities and empowerment for people at risk of

. (2001). Espais econòmics i milieus innovatius industrials a la comarca del Berguedà. Documents d’Anàlisi Geogràfica, 38, 33-53. [118] Pallarès-Barberà, M., Pallarès-Blanch, M. & Tulla, A. F. (2003). Capital social I treball de les dones als Pirineus. El cas de l’Alt Urgell. Barcelona: ICD, Generalitat de Catalonia. [119] Pallarès-Barberà, M., Tulla, A. F. & Vera, A. (2004). Spatial loyalty and territorial embeddedness in the multi-sector clustering of the Berguedà region in Catalonia (Spain). Geoforum, 35(5): 635-649. Doi: 10.1016/j.geoforum.2004.03.004. [120

. M. “Towards a New Approach to Medieval Cross-Cultural Exchanges”. Journal of Transcultural Medieval Studies, 1, n. 1 (2014): 9-50 Caputo, N. Nahmanides in Medieval Catalonia: History, Community and Messianism . Notre Dame (Indiana): University of Notre Dame Press, 2007. Careil, L. A. Leibniz, la philosophie juive et la Cabale: Trois lectures à l’Académie des sciences morales et politiques avec les manuscrits inédits de Leibniz . Paris: Durand, 1861. Carreras i Artau, T. ““La “allocutio super tetragrammaton” de Arnaldo de Vilanova”. Sefarad , 9, n 1 (1949): 75

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In the historiography of Catalan culture, both the external continuity of the historiographical reflection and the internal discontinuity of such “reflections” are surprising. The History of institutions and the cultural movement in Catalonia (1900-1936) by Alexandre Galí is perhaps a good example of this.


Since 1980, Spain has introduced urban regeneration plans in various cities with the aim of integrating the river environment into the urban system. This process has proved most challenging in cities whose rivers present extreme features, as is the case with Terrassa (Catalonia, NE Spain), a medium-sized city (215,000 inhabitants in 2013) whose three river courses are prone to flash flooding. Through the critical analysis of urban planning undertaken in the city from the fifties to the present day, we show that the urban evolution of each of the three intermittent streams has differed significantly. Thus, while the plans affecting el Torrent de Vallparadís have led to the construction of Terrassa’s central park, the plans for la Riera del Palau and la Riera de les Arenes have impeded, in their own ways, full urban integration.

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