22910116 - Sociology of socialization processes + "Social inclusion" workshop

The course aims to contribute to the knowledge of the main sociological problems in close connection with the disciplinary, research and social intervention fields. The course in particular pursues the objective of introducing to the knowledge of socializing processes through a historical-critical analysis of the different theoretical approaches and of the corresponding categories of analysis adopted in the study of reproduction models of contemporary societies and of the main research topics addressed.
The monographic part focuses on the forms of reproduction of the social bond, on the practices and cultures of solidarity and mutualism. The laboratory activities, focused on the analysis of particular agencies, contexts and socializing processes, will offer experiential learning paths based on the use of tools and techniques for observation, detection, treatment and analysis of information and data.
At the end of the course the student will have acquired:
- ability to apply sociological concepts to the analysis of the main socializing processes that characterize specific forms of inclusion in contemporary society;
- ability to critically decline the theoretical reference models;
- descriptive and interpretative skills in the analysis of diversified data sources, related to socialization and social inclusion processes.

Teaching proposes to transmit knowledges and competences that allow the student to know him to direct in the panorama of the social sciences, to know and to use the principals tools of the empirical search and to stimulate the propensity to the search on the field

At the end of the course the student:
- has acquired familiarity with the concepts of base of the cultural and relational sociology
- is able to orient critically among the different contemporary models of the social sciences
- has acquired familiarity with tools and methods of the social search
- has developed empirical and situated experience on the field of studies
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Mutuazione: 22910116 Sociologia dei processi di socializzazione + Laboratorio "Inclusione sociale" in Servizio sociale e Sociologia L-40 CARBONE VINCENZO


Course topics
• The main paradigms of contemporary sociology
• Society and socialization processes
• Learning, production and reproduction of subjectivity
• Differences and social inequalities
• Third sector, mutualism and cultures of solidarity
• Processes of marginalization and social exclusion, inclusion and contrast measures
• Social actors: conditions, representations, narrations and meanings
• Methods of observation and analysis of social phenomena: enography, inquiry, quantitative information treatment

Core Documentation

Gli insegnamenti di Sociologia dei processi di socializzazione ed il Laboratorio di inclusione sociale (9 Cfu)
presentano contenuti e modalità di svolgimento delle attività didattiche fortemente integrati.

Testi di riferimento per Sociologia dei processi di socializzazione
1. Besozzi Elena (2017), Educazione e società, Carocci;
2. Dubar Claude (2004), La socializzazione, il Mulino;
3A. Carbone Vincenzo (2011), Tra il dire e il fare, Carocci, [solo Prefaz., Introduzione e Capp.1,2,5],
oppure in alternativa: 3B. Carbone Vincenzo, Russo Spena Maurizia (2018), Per giungere e per restare, DeriveApprodi;

Testi di riferimento per Laboratorio Inclusione sociale
4. Tuorto Dario (2017), Esclusione sociale. Uno sguardo sociologico, Pearson [solo Cap. 1, 2, 3, 7];
5. Paone Sonia (2010), La città fra marginalità ed esclusione sociale, in "Societàmutamentopolitica”, vol.1
6. Carbone Vincenzo (2020), Esquilino: geografie del mutamento, in Carbone V. - Di Sandro M., Esquilino, Esquilini. Un luogo plurale, Roma Tre Press [capitolo 2, Prima sezione. Scaricabile liberamente qui: https://romatrepress.uniroma3.it/libro/esquilino-esquilini-un-luogo-plurale/]
7. Di Sandro Mirco (2020), Un rione diviso. Disuguaglianze sociali nello spazio dell'Esquilino, in Carbone V. - Di Sandro M., Esquilino, Esquilini. Un luogo plurale, Roma Tre Press [capitolo 1, Seconda sezione. Scaricabile liberamente qui: https://romatrepress.uniroma3.it/libro/esquilino-esquilini-un-luogo-plurale/]

Type of delivery of the course

for the general theoretical section: - traditional teaching modules, with the help of video and documental materials; for the themes of monographic study: - seminars, presentation of researches and volumes, interventions by experts for laboratory activities - databases analysis, research work, documentation, ...; - production of a report of the work carried out (individual or small groups - max 3 people).


the course does not include compulsory attendance

Type of evaluation

The exam consists of an oral interview on: - mains theoretical topics; - main specific topics; - discussion of any exercises carried out; - discussion of research paper. The final evaluation will take into account the student's ability to memorize the main sociological notions and theories that constitute the core of the course, identify important elements of the socialization and exclusion processes, recognize the main aspects of the different theoretical frameworks of reference and describe the approaches with a specialized vocabulary. It will also take into account the degree of application of knowledge through the production of an autonomous reflection/research work that shows the ability to integrate theoretical and empirical learning, in analyzing the related phenomena and interpreting and explaining the factors underlying the social processes studied. During the oral exam, it will be assessed whether the student is able to go beyond what has been taught, addressing, in a critical, original and creative way, the analysis of social learning and the processes of exclusion. There are no intermediate tests on parts of the program that will constitute elements of final evaluation. In the case of more than 50 units booked for the exam, we reserve the possibility of using standardized pre-selection tests (multiple choice questions) for admission to the oral test. The criteria for measuring learning include the assignment of a final grade expressed in thirtieths.