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|Tuesday||8:30 AM - 11:00 AM||lesson||Lecture Hall Menegazzi||from Dec 6, 2016 to Dec 6, 2016|
|Wednesday||8:30 AM - 11:00 AM||lesson||Lecture Hall Menegazzi||from Dec 7, 2016 to Dec 14, 2016|
|Thursday||8:30 AM - 11:00 AM||lesson||Lecture Hall E|
|Friday||8:30 AM - 11:00 AM||lesson||Lecture Hall 2.2||from Nov 25, 2016 to Nov 25, 2016|
|Friday||8:30 AM - 11:00 AM||lesson||Lecture Hall E|
Learning purposes:The course aims to give the students critical tools for reading and interpretation of the relationship
between families and social policies, taking as analysis perspective the role of women. In a mediterranean model of
welfare system, which is anchored and has played on the family as a private producer of goods and services of 'public
importance' (with a strong impact on the level of welfare of the community), the trends of change in families change
their social role. The families face increasing difficulties in carrying out their duties of care.
An analysis of economic, social, cultural and political factors will be developed to focus the dynamics of the social change. In particular it stands out as the most significant changes of the status of women have changed the forms and family relations. The status of women, in particular what is called the unfinished revolution by Esping-Andersen, is the key to understanding the one hand the growing difficulty of making family and bear children, and on the other how to create a welfare system more fair, efficient and supportive from the fulfillment of women's revolution.
- structural changes in the family in Italy: trends since 1970
- changes in relationships between couples and generations
-attitudes and behaviors related to birth, fertility, and marriage rates
- marital Conflict (Separation and Divorce)
- new family forms: immigrant families, informal marriage, step- families, adoptive families, and unions with partners of the same sex.
The analysis of family changes will be conducted through a reading and interpretation of the most relevant ISTAT data on the topics dealt with.
|Paola Di Nicola||Famiglia: sostantivo plurale. Nuovi orizzonti e vecchi problemi (Edizione 2)||Franco Angeli||2017||9788891759672|
|Esping Andersen||La rivoluzione incompiuta||Il Mulino||2011|
|S. Moller Okin||Le donne e la giustizia (Edizione 1999)||Dedalo||1999|
Examination procedure: oral exam
The oral exam aims to evaluate the student's ability to enucleate the social, political and cultural factors underlying family changes, new household needs, and the impact that new family configurations s have on welfare policies.