Legal sociology of labour

A.Y. 2020/2021
6
Max ECTS
42
Overall hours
SSD
IUS/20
Language
Italian
Learning objectives
The learning objective of teaching is to develop knowledge related to:
a. the social construction of labour and its normative definition
b. the functions of social control
c. institutional responses to social problems of workers
d. to the historical evolution and the current labour legislation
Expected learning outcomes
At the end of the teaching, the student should know the reason of
a. the social construction of labour and its normative definition
b. the functions of social control over workers
c. the institutional responses to social problems of workers
d. the historical evolution and the current labour legislation
Course syllabus and organization

Single session

Lesson period
First semester
Teacher will give the lessons using the MTeams platform, providing peaces of information through ARIEL website. Video lessons and powerpoint with audio will be projected. The exam will take place in oral form using the MTeams platform and providing the information through the ARIEL website
Course syllabus
1 Labour in globalized society
2 Working relationships and their regulatory definition
3 Social control functions in the labour sector
4 Institutional responses to labour problems
5 Historical evolution and existing labour law
6 Current labour legislation from a sociological point of view
Further pieces of information will be published on https://ariel.unimi.it.
Prerequisites for admission
There are no prerequisites.
Teaching methods
The course is composed by lectures with slide shows in Power Point and practical lessons in which students will be actively involved. The slides of the frontal lessons are uploaded to the Ariel platform
Teaching Resources
Reference texts for the final exam are:
1 Alessandro Catelani, Lavoro e civiltà, Rubettino, 2018 or Józef Tischner, Etica della solidarietà e del lavoro, Itaca, 2010
2 Alessandra Raffi, La liquefazione del diritto del lavoro, in Sociologia del diritto, 2015, fasc. 3, pp. 207 e ss.
Assessment methods and Criteria
The assessment of learning takes place through the final exam, which verifies the acquisition of the knowledge and skills expected for the integrated course through an oral examination. The student's exam is based on general and more specific questions. The exam is considered to have passed if the student has acquired a minimum score of 18 points on the oral exam.
IUS/20 - PHILOSOPHY OF LAW - University credits: 6
Lessons: 42 hours
Professor(s)
Reception:
contact prof. Quiroz emailing to marco.quiroz@unimi.it
Microsoft Teams platform
Reception:
We receive by appointment. To make an appointment write to alessandra.raffi@unimi.it
It is received by connecting to the Microsoft Teams platform