1. To know different forms of Collaborative Collective Action (ACC), their nature and characteristics, as social practices and interaction structures that reinforce social bonds through the mobilization of people, groups and collectives from six different social fields: work-production, consumption, culture and art, education and science, solidarity with precarious and vulnerable groups, civic and political participation.
  2. To analyze the impacts of these collaborative collective actions on contemporary societies by identifying different types of effects (practical, symbolic, legal) at different levels, from the biographical to the institutional.
  3. To incorporate into the analysis of the case studies in Spain other experiences of ACC that have taken place recently in near and far geographical and social contexts, with similarities and diversity of social and political structures in Europe and America, by means of the necessary methodological adaptations, but trying to maintain the greatest possible homogeneity.
  4. In more theoretical terms, some diagnoses of late modern societies will be contrasted, pointing to the erosion and decline of the social bond, the rise of hyper-individualism and the weakening of social institutions, trying to complete this fresco with a complex vision of what, in terms of social cohesion and cement, produces social practices, structures and mobilizations.