22902287 - SOCIAL HISTORY LM87

The course examines the profound and pervasive transformations of the economy and society between the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, from the first, to the second and to the third industrial revolution. Particular attention must be paid to the origin, development and drift of the welfare state in the specific Italian case.
Knowledge and understanding
- Acquire solid knowledge related to the moments and fundamental aspects of the history of peace in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries;
- know the biographical profile and the work of the personalities who have given the greatest contribution to peace in the contemporary age;
- understand the socio-economic, cultural and military dynamics that have determined the historical events of the contemporary age, with specific attention to the binomial war / peace;
- know the processes of peace and conflict resolution in the contemporary age.
Ability to apply knowledge and understanding
- knowing how to connect the history of peace to the most important historical events of the contemporary age;
- know how to use the knowledge acquired in the analysis of historical processes, even complex ones, as well as knowingly use them to connect to the knowledge acquired in the other disciplines of the degree course;
- know how to place activities in favor of peace and the dynamics of mediation and pacification in conflict areas within an adequate historical reference framework.
II year - CL. LM 87
SPECIFIC TRAINING OBJECTIVES
The course aims to provide the methodological guidelines for designing and evaluating social interventions, presenting the different theoretical and operational models to which reference can be made in the design and evaluation processes. It also intends to provide the tools to monitor social projects. The reflection will be accompanied by practical references deriving from specific field experiences.
The aim of the course is the presentation, analysis and discussion of the main features of European society: values, institutions, religions, economic systems, models of solidarity, fractures and conflicts.
The aim of the course is to promote awareness of the global phenomenon of organized citizen activism in public policies. In fact, the growing importance of this phenomenon does not correspond to an equal level of knowledge of it, both in general terms and with reference to its operational dimension. The achievement of this cognitive objective is all the more important in the degree course as active citizenship organizations are particularly present in the welfare system, both as promoters and service managers, and as interlocutors of the administrations.
The course aims to provide knowledge on legal-corporate forms of a public and mixed public / private nature through which it is possible to provide for the management of services to the person and on the regulatory instruments with which it is possible to provide for the outsourcing of services by the PA.
The course aims to consolidate the grammatical skills through the study of the syntax of the verb, to consolidate the four language skills and to broaden the vocabulary. Through the study of the works of Antonio Machado and Federico García Lorca, the course will offer an overview of the socio-cultural context that led to the civil war.
The course aims to present the student with some basic concepts related to simple regression, sampling and statistical inference. The general problems of multivariate statistical analysis are also introduced, also with reference to multiple linear regression.
In the course the students will be introduced to the use of statistical software for computers, through which to construct tables and graphs and apply, even in research contexts, some of the techniques learned, solving problems in new areas, inserted in interdisciplinary contexts. By managing complex knowledge independently, the student will learn to make critical judgments and communicate the results obtained to specialist and non-specialist interlocutors.
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Programme

TAKE THE COURSE 'CONCERNED AND PROFOUND CHANGE PERVASIVE ECONOMY AND SOCIETY BETWEEN NINETEENTH AND TWENTIETH CENTURY, THE FIRST, THE SECOND AND THIRD INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION.
IT WILL SPECIFICALLY CONSIDER THE ORIGIN, DEVELOPMENT AND DERIVATION OF THE SOCIAL STATE, WITH A PRIVILEGED ATTENTION TO THE ITALIAN CASE

Core Documentation

1. C. F. CASULA, L’ITALIA DOPO LA GRANDE TRASFORMAZIONE, CAROCCI 2010
2. C.F. CASULA, LA RERUM NOVARUM DI LEONE XIII. IL DOCUMENTOEVENTO DELL'INSEGNAMENTO SOCIALE DELLA CHIESA, ANICIA 2011

Type of delivery of the course

LESSONS IN PRESENCE

Type of evaluation

TALKS WITH CHOICE OF THEMATIC ROUTES