|SCIENTIFIC DISCIPLINARY SECTOR||SPS/08|
You can take the exam for this unit if you passed the following exam(s):
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The course will develop a critical approach to contemporary migrations and will provide a general knowledge about main literature on the topic, with a specifi attention to family and secon generation issues.
The main objective of the course will be to give to the students (future educators) the tools for a sociological reading of the changes involved family structures from the 70s to the present. We will focus on relationships between families and different educational institutions. In this perspective, migratory processes constitute one of the crucial elements that have marked the transformation of both family and educational contexts. Specific objective is the development of the critical view and the ability to read thecontext beyond stereotyped and prejudicial visions. We will try to develop an adequate capacity to observe family relationships and the impact of migration in educational contexts, a necessary condition for re-thinking socio-educational practices and planning.
- develop a critical knowledge on contemporary migrations and processes of social incorporation
- analysing relationship between policies, migrations and citizenship
- realize micro-research experiences and observations on migrations
The course opts for a teaching method focussed on participation, direct experience, knowledge co-production
The course will use films and images produced by the Laboratory for Visual Sociology
The course will develop the following subjects:
a) causes and effects of migration; b) gender, family and migration; e) migration, schools and second generations; citizenship migration and policies
Ambrosini M., Sociologia delle migrazioni, Il Mulino, Bologna (capitoli: 1,2,4,6,7,9,11,12)
Frisina A., 2022, Antirazzismo e scuole. Padova: Padova University Press.
Fravega E., 2022, L’abitare migrante. Racconti di vita e percorsi abitativi di migranti in Italia. Milano, Meltemi.
For Erasmus stduents, english texts will be provided.
Office hours: At the beginning and end of every class during the course period During the other periods, students have to contact the teacher in order to fix an appointment.
LUISA STAGI (President)
EMANUELA ABBATECOLA (President Substitute)
LUCA GIUSEPPE QUEIROLO PALMAS (President Substitute)
- For students attendings classes: Discussion on a) a text elaborated by students; b) assigned books and articles
- oral exam on books and articles for students non attending classes
For students attending classes: the course will assess the students ability to articulate sociological knowledge with micro research experience on migrations
For all students: the course will assess the students ability to apply sociological knowledge on migration as social phenomenon