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AIMS AND CONTENT
AIMS AND LEARNING OUTCOMES
The Course offers a key to understanding the main dimensions of interpersonal relationship, with particular attention to the professional contexts.
The Course provides knowledge and skills in reading the relational and communicative processes, with particular reference to the interactions proper to the professional field (relations with users and colleagues).
At the end of the course, students must be able to:
- Identify the main dynamics of functioning of interpersonal and group relationships within service organisations;
- Understanding the effects of personal attitudes and behaviors on interpersonal and group relationships;
- Apply the knowledge acquired on interpersonal and group dynamics within their own professional contexts.
The training path is divided into a theoretical part and in active exercise spaces among the participants
Students with SLD, disability or other special educational needs certification are strongly encouraged to contact the teachers at the beginning of the course to agree on teaching methods which, according to the teaching objectives, will take into account disabilities with individual teaching methods and compensatory instruments
The following topics will be covered within the course:
• the social interaction;
• the development of interpersonal behavior;
• the relational perspectives within the professional context;
• communication skills in the professional context;
• group work in a professional context;
• leadership (models and functions)
• service organisations.
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- Bertani B., Manetti M. (a cura di) (2007), Psicologia dei gruppi, Franco Angeli, Milano.
- Birkenbihl, V. (1998), Segnali del corpo, Franco Angeli, Milano.
- Brown, R. (1988) Group processes. Dynamics within and between groups, Blackwell publishers (tr. it. Psicologia sociale dei gruppi, Il Mulino, Bologna, 2005).
- Carkhuff, R. (1987) The art of helping, Human Resource Development Press (tr.it. L’arte di aiutare, Erickson, Trento, 1987).
- Ekman, P. (1989), I volti della menzogna, tr.it. Giunti-Barbera, Firenze.
- Giannelli, M.T. (2006), Comunicare in modo etico, Raffaello Cortina Editore, Milano.
- Kaneklin, C. (2010) Il gruppo in teoria e in pratica, Raffaello Cortina Editore, Milano.
- Kaneklin, C. (1997), Le dinamiche di gruppo, in G. Costa, R. Nacamulli (a cura di), Manuale di organizzazione aziendale, UTET
- Leone G., Mazzara B.M., Sarrica M. (2013), La psicologia sociale. Processi mentali, comunicazione e cultura, Editori Laterza, Bari.
- Morris, D. (1977), L'uomo e i suoi gesti, tr.it. Mondadori, Milano
- Moja E., Vegni E. (2000) La visita medica centrata sul paziente, Cortina, Milano.
- Mucchielli, R. (1983) L’entretien de face à face dans la relation d’aide, Les Editions ESF (tr. it. Apprendere il counseling, Erickson Trento, 1987).
- Normann, R. (1992) La gestione strategica dei servizi, ETAS
- Quaglino G.P., Casagrande S., Castellano A. (1992) Gruppo di lavoro, lavoro di gruppo, Cortina, Milano.
- Watzlawick P., Beavin J.H., Jackson D.D. (1967) Pragmatic of human communication, Norton & Co., New York (tr.it. Pragmatica della comunicazione umana, Astrolabio, Roma, 1971).
- Yukl, G. (2006). Leadership in organizations, 6th Edition. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson
- Zani B., Selleri P., David D. (1994) La comunicazione, NIS, Roma.
Other texts may be indicated by the teacher during the course or proposed by the students to the teacher.
TEACHERS AND EXAM BOARD
Ricevimento: For an appointment with the teacher, please send an e-mail to: Anna.Zunino@unige.it The teacher receives students at the DISFOR (IV floor, room 4A6)
ALFREDO MONTECUCCO (President)
ANNA ZUNINO (President and Coordinator of Integrated Course)
As indicated in the 2022/2023 academic calendar.
The exam consists of an assessment of the knowledge through a written paper, based on readings and topics treated during the course.
Exam dates will be published on Aulaweb.
The exams of the integrated courses are held in the Genoese university in a single moment and the Examination Commissions, chaired by the Coordinators of the integrated courses or by their delegates, must be composed in accordance with the provisions of Article 29 c.5 and c. 6 of the University Didactic Regulations.
As per the Degree Course's Didactic Regulations, exams can only be taken in the periods dedicated to this and called exam sessions. The moments of verification usually cannot coincide with the periods in which the training activities take place
The exam allows the student to verify the achievement of the expected learning outcomes. The ability to present the theoretical knowledge acquired will be evaluated.
The evaluation is based on criteria of relevance and completeness of the contents in relation to the explored topics.
Students with SLD or other regularly certified special educational needs will be aowed to choose with the teacher whether to perform the test in writing or oral modality, by contacting the teacher at least 10 days before the exam. They can also take advantage of a 30% additional time.