Deviance sociology, juvenile and criminal law

A.Y. 2021/2022
6
Max ECTS
60
Overall hours
SSD
IUS/01 IUS/17 SPS/12
Language
Italian
Learning objectives
The educational goal of the course aims at developing knowledge related to:
· individual, group and social communication processes in a globalized society
· the relationships between processes of social construction of deviance and their normative definition
· the functions of social control
· institutional responses to social problems
· to the historical evolution and the current legislation of family law
· to the law of juvenile law, with particular regard to the institutions of temporary custody and adoption, the problems relating to the connection between the administrative interventions of the services and those of the judicial organs
· to the framework of the most important issues of criminal law, juvenile criminal legislation and the social reintegration of the offender, connected to the role of professional educator
· to the elements of knowledge regarding secrecy, professional responsibility and reporting obligations
Expected learning outcomes
At the end of the course the student must know
· the individual, group and social communication processes in the globalized society
· the relationships between processes of social construction of deviance and their normative definition
· the functions of social control
· the institutional responses
· the historical evolution and the current legislation of family law
· the legislation about juvenile rights, with particular regard to the institutions of "temporary custody" and "adoption", the problems related to the connection between the administrative interventions of social services and those of the judicial power
· the framework of the most important issues of criminal law, juvenile criminal legislation and the social reintegration of the offender, connected to the role of professional educator
· the elements of knowledge regarding secrecy, professional responsibility and reporting obligations
Course syllabus and organization

Sezione: Bosisio Parini

More specific information on the delivery modes of training activities for academic year 2021/22 will be provided over the coming months, based on the evolution of the public health situation.
Prerequisites for admission
There are no prerequisites
Assessment methods and Criteria
Written test
Oral examination
Private law
Course syllabus
The subject of the course is the fundamental concepts concerning the legal protection of the child. The provisions of the Civil Code concerning the minor age, the rights and fundamental freedoms of the child, the parental responsibility and the custody of the child in the event of a family crisis, the new discipline of filiation, the tools for civil protection of the child.
Teaching methods
The educational activity consists of 20 hours of lectures held by the teacher. The participation of several professionals (magistrates and lawyers) is also envisaged for the illustration of practical cases.
Teaching Resources
One of the following book is suggested:
- A.C. Moro, Manuale di diritto minorile, Zanichelli, Bologna, latest edition available;
- L. Lenti, Diritto di famiglia e servizi sociali, Giappichelli, Torino, latest edition available.
For the adoption of other institutional university textbooks, it is advisable to contact the Professor.
Further information and updates will be available by consulting the Department's website and / or the possible Ariel site of the Professor.
Criminal law
Course syllabus
The most relevant notions of Criminal Law:
- Historical evolution of criminal law;
- Theories of punishment;
- Main principles of Criminal law;
- Constitutional principles in criminal matters;
- Crime theory: definition, analysis and types of crime;
- Mens rea;
- Mental capacity;
- Chargeability, awareness and voluntarily of a behavior;
- The Social Educator role related to Criminal law;
- Juvenile Criminal Law and the social reintegration of the offender;
- Basis of Professional Confidentiality and Liability, and of Complaint Obligation
Teaching methods
The course is divided into lectures
Teaching Resources
G. FLORA - P. TONINI, Diritto penale per operatori sociali, vol. I (tutto) e vol. II (primi sei capitoli), Milano, Giuffrè, 2013;
- in alternativa:
G. NEPPI MODONA - D. PETRINI - L. SCOMPARIN, Giustizia penale e servizi sociali, Laterza, 2009
Sociology of law, deviance and social change
Course syllabus
· the relationships between processes of social construction of deviance and their normative definition
· the functions of social control
· institutional responses to social problems
· to the historical evolution and the current legislation of family law
· to the law of juvenile law, with particular regard to the institutions of temporary custody and adoption, the problems relating to the connection between the administrative interventions of the services and those of the judicial organs
· to the framework of the most important issues of criminal law, juvenile criminal legislation and the social reintegration of the offender, connected to the role of professional educator
· to the elements of knowledge regarding secrecy, professional responsibility and reporting obligations
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
Isabella Merzagora, La normalità del male, Cortina 2019 e dispense fornite a lezione
Criminal law
IUS/17 - CRIMINAL LAW - University credits: 1
Lessons: 10 hours
Professor: Zanetti Elena
Private law
IUS/01 - PRIVATE LAW - University credits: 2
Lessons: 20 hours
Professor: Maniaci Arturo
Sociology of law, deviance and social change
SPS/12 - SOCIOLOGY OF LAW, DEVIANCE AND SOCIAL CHANGE - University credits: 3
Lessons: 30 hours

Sezione: Don Gnocchi

More specific information on the delivery modes of training activities for academic year 2021/22 will be provided over the coming months, based on the evolution of the public health situation.
Prerequisites for admission
There are no prerequisites
Assessment methods and Criteria
Written test
Esame orale
Private law
Course syllabus
The subject of the course is the fundamental concepts concerning the legal protection of the child. The provisions of the Civil Code concerning the minor age, the rights and fundamental freedoms of the child, the parental responsibility and the custody of the child in the event of a family crisis, the new discipline of filiation, the tools for civil protection of the child.
Teaching methods
The educational activity consists of 20 hours of lectures held by the teacher. The participation of several professionals (magistrates and lawyers) is also envisaged for the illustration of practical cases.
Teaching Resources
One of the following book is suggested:
- A.C. Moro, Manuale di diritto minorile, Zanichelli, Bologna, latest edition available;
- L. Lenti, Diritto di famiglia e servizi sociali, Giappichelli, Torino, latest edition available.
For the adoption of other institutional university textbooks, it is advisable to contact the Professor.
Further information and updates will be available by consulting the Department's website and / or the possible Ariel site of the Professor.
Criminal law
Course syllabus
The most relevant notions of Criminal Law:
- Historical evolution of criminal law;
- Theories of punishment;
- Main principles of Criminal law;
- Constitutional principles in criminal matters;
- Crime theory: definition, analysis and types of crime;
- Mens rea;
- Mental capacity;
- Chargeability, awareness and voluntarily of a behavior;
- The Social Educator role related to Criminal law;
- Juvenile Criminal Law and the social reintegration of the offender;
- Basis of Professional Confidentiality and Liability, and of Complaint Obligation
Teaching methods
The course is divided into lectures
Teaching Resources
G. FLORA - P. TONINI, Diritto penale per operatori sociali, vol. I (tutto) e vol. II (primi sei capitoli), Milano, Giuffrè, 2013;
- in alternativa:
G. NEPPI MODONA - D. PETRINI - L. SCOMPARIN, Giustizia penale e servizi sociali, Laterza, 2009
Sociology of law, deviance and social change
Course syllabus
· the relationships between processes of social construction of deviance and their normative definition
· the functions of social control
· institutional responses to social problems
· to the historical evolution and the current legislation of family law
· to the law of juvenile law, with particular regard to the institutions of temporary custody and adoption, the problems relating to the connection between the administrative interventions of the services and those of the judicial organs
· to the framework of the most important issues of criminal law, juvenile criminal legislation and the social reintegration of the offender, connected to the role of professional educator
· to the elements of knowledge regarding secrecy, professional responsibility and reporting obligations
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 MTEAMS platform.
Teaching Resources
Teacher's handbook
Criminal law
IUS/17 - CRIMINAL LAW - University credits: 1
Lessons: 10 hours
Professor: Zanetti Elena
Private law
IUS/01 - PRIVATE LAW - University credits: 2
Lessons: 20 hours
Professor: Maniaci Arturo
Sociology of law, deviance and social change
SPS/12 - SOCIOLOGY OF LAW, DEVIANCE AND SOCIAL CHANGE - University credits: 3
Lessons: 30 hours
Professor(s)
Reception:
wed 13.00 -15.00
dipartimento di diritto privato e storia del diritto - 1 piano
Reception:
contact prof. Quiroz emailing to marco.quiroz@unimi.it
Microsoft Teams platform
Reception:
on Thursday, by appointment only (elena,zanetti@unimi.it)
Department of Law "Cesare Beccaria" - via Festa del Perdono, n.3