Elements of general sociology and public law

A.Y. 2019/2020
5
Max ECTS
50
Overall hours
SSD
IUS/09 SPS/07
Language
Italian
Learning objectives
The course objective is to give students the basic knowledges about:
· the sociological reading keys of the social framework (considering its change and complexity at different levels: the local framework, the Italian society, the global world) and of the relations between social changes and insitutional answers (the evolution of the welfare systems)
· the specific competences about rights (in general and in particular connected to the welfare matter) in particular with regard to the welfare system and the social aid
· a global and reasoned view of the public law
· the main principles of the organisation of the State, the Government bodies' and local self-governments' activities
· the law concerning the services to people
· the main aspects about the privacy protection
Expected learning outcomes
At the end of the course, the student will have to know:
· the sociological reading keys of the social framework (considering its change and complexity in different levels: the social framework, the Italian society, the global world) and of the relations between social changes and insitutional answers (the evolution of the welfare systems)
· the specific competences about rights (in general and in particular connected to the welfare) in particular with regard to the welfare system and the social aid
· the main principles of the organisation of the State, the Government bodies' and local self-governments' activities
· the main points of the public law in particular the law concerning the services to people
· the main aspects about the privacy protection
Course syllabus and organization

Sezione: Bosisio Parini

Prerequisites for admission
There are no prerequisites.
Assessment methods and Criteria
Written and oral exam
Diritto pubblico
Course syllabus
The main purpose of this course is to provide students with an introduction to public law.
The teaching program includes the following topics:
- Introduction: sources of law, constitutions, constitutional amendments constitutional statutes, ordinary statutes, law decrees, legislative decrees and delegated legislation and regulations.
- Civil rights and related safeguards (especially relating to the sphere of public health)
- Measures of protection of adults who, by reason of an impairment or insufficiency of their personal faculties, are not in a position to protect their interests (especially the figure of the Limited Guardians);
- Introduction to the organization of public health services and welfare services.
Teaching methods
Face to face lectures. The students are invited to participate actively to the lectures and to discuss the proposed case law.
Teaching Resources
Per la preparazione dell'esame è raccomandato lo studio del materiale messo a disposizione sulla piattaforma ARIEL e degli appunti presi a lezione. Verranno selezionate e messe a disposizione dal docente alcune letture di approfondimento tra le quali lo studente dovrà sceglierne una da studiare ai fini della preparazione dell'esame.
Si consiglia inoltre lo studio di:
- R. Bin, G. Pitruzzella, D. Donati, Lineamenti di Diritto pubblico per i servizi sociali, Giappichelli, ultima edizione disponibile, limitatamente ai capitoli X, XI, XII, XIII.
Sociologia generale
Course syllabus
Introduction to sociology
What is sociology?
What is sociology for?
The main theorical prospects of sociology

Interaction between individual and society
Identity construction inside the society
The culture and the society
The social structure: social roles, social interaction and socialization
The groups: group formation and structure, group processes and mechanisms

The present social scenary
The political and economical systems
The population and social organization in the space: towards globalization
The main social changes in the present period

Searching for a new social model after the economical crisis of 2008
A new imagination of liberty
Paradigm changes: searching for a new relationshio between economics and society
From the consumer society to the genarativity society
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons and group works
Teaching Resources
BAGNASCO A., BARBAGLI M., CAVALLI A. (2004), Elementi di sociologia, Ed. Il Mulino, Bologna
SMELSER I. (2011), Manuale di sociologia, Ed. Il Mulino, Bologna
ANTHONY G.,(2001) Fondamenti di sociologia, Ed. Il Mulino, Bologna
MAGATTI M., (2017), Cambio di Paradigma, Ed. Feltrinelli, Milano
MAGATTI M., GIACCARDI C., (2014), Generativi di tutto il mondo unitevi!, Ed, Feltrinelli, Milano
Diritto pubblico
IUS/09 - PUBLIC LAW - University credits: 2
Lessons: 20 hours
Professor: Osti Alessandra
Sociologia generale
SPS/07 - GENERAL SOCIOLOGY - University credits: 3
Lessons: 30 hours
Professor: Besana Lorenzo

Sezione: Don Gnocchi

Prerequisites for admission
There are no prerequisites
Assessment methods and Criteria
Written test.
Diritto pubblico
Course syllabus
The main purpose of this course is to provide students with an introduction to public law.
The teaching program includes the following topics:
- Introduction: sources of law, constitutions, constitutional amendments constitutional statutes, ordinary statutes, law decrees, legislative decrees and delegated legislation and regulations.
- Civil rights and related safeguards (especially relating to the sphere of public health)
- Measures of protection of adults who, by reason of an impairment or insufficiency of their personal faculties, are not in a position to protect their interests (especially the figure of the Limited Guardians);
- Introduction to the organization of public health services and welfare services.
Teaching methods
Face to face lectures. The students are invited to participate actively to the lectures and to discuss the proposed case law.
Teaching Resources
For the preparation of the exam, it is recommended to study the material made available on the ARIEL platform and the notes taken in class. Some in-depth readings will be selected and made available by the teacher, among which the student will have to choose one to study for the preparation of the exam.
We also recommend the study of:
- R. Bin, G. Pitruzzella, D. Donati, Lineamenti di Diritto pubblico per i servizi sociali, Giappichelli, ultima edizione disponibile, limitatamente ai capitoli X, XI, XII, XIII.
Sociologia generale
Course syllabus
· Introduction to the course and historical outlines of the discipline
· Globalization and social evolution
· Economy and work- Concept of precariousness-Citizen or Consumer?
· Sociale interaction and daily life- domain of technique
· Families and relationship of intimacy
· Stratification and social classes- Liquid company
· Gender and sexuality
· Races, ethnic groups and migration phenomenon
· Religion
· Mass-media: network, social, web
· Organization and networks
· Education
· Crime and deviance
· Politics and social movements
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons.
Teaching Resources
Fondamenti di Sociologia: Anthony Giddens - Philip W. Sutton
Diritto pubblico
IUS/09 - PUBLIC LAW - University credits: 2
Lessons: 20 hours
Professor: Osti Alessandra
Sociologia generale
SPS/07 - GENERAL SOCIOLOGY - University credits: 3
Lessons: 30 hours
Professor: Russo Vincenzo
Professor(s)
Reception:
In order to schedule an appointment, please write at: alessandra.osti@unimi.it
Until August 31th, all the appointements will be held on line on Teams