22902489 - SOCIOLOGIA DEI MUTAMENTI

The course examines, in the first part, the categories of social changes and changes described in the macro areas: diaspora and migration, economy and work, religion and religiosity, ITC, family and educational processes.
The aim is to allow students and students to acquire theoretical and analytical skills which, in an analogical sense, have a reflection in practice for a theory of practice.
By the study of SOCIOLOGY OF CHANGES the student will be able to achieve the following training objectives.
- Knowledge and understanding:
- Provide knowledge of the main theoretical-methodological tools of analysis; to acquire the capacity to understand the main contemporary social phenomena and to recognize the foundations in the study of the relationship between society, culture and change.
- Applying knowledge and understanding:
- Develop a critical approach to the analysis of social phenomena and to understanding social changes and changes taking place.
- Making judgements:
- The aim is to increase the ability to deepen and interpret reality in the light of change and complexity through critical reflection and independent judgment.
- Communication skills:
- We intend to implement the sociological lexicon in a correct, appropriate and specific way; the ability to structure a speech in an organic and comprehensive manner will be developed; we will try to increase the ability to communicate information, ideas, problems and solutions to specialist and non-specialist interlocutors.
- Learning skills:
- It is proposed to initiate and manage one's own studies and in-depth studies in a critical and conscious manner.
It is considered important for the development of critical capacity and independence of analysis, to follow the following courses: social history.

ACCORINTI MARCO

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Programma

The course examines the categories of social changes and changes described in the macro areas: diaspora and migration, economy and work, of religion and religiosity, of ITC, of ​​the family and of educational processes. The aim is to allow students to acquire theoretical and analytical skills which, in an analogical sense, have a reflection in practice for a theory of practice.
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Testi Adottati

1. D. Chirot, How Societies Change, Sage, Newbury Park, CA, 1994;



Bibliografia Di Riferimento

2. of your choise 2.1 S. Huntington, The Clash of Civilizations and the Remaking of World Order, 1996 2.2 S. Sassen, Expulsions: Brutality and Complexity in the Global Economy, 2014 2.3 Z. Bauman, Life in Fragments. Essays in Postmodern Morality, 1995 2.4 S. Shukla, J. Connor-Linton, An introduction to language and linguistics, 2006 2.5 R. Rogers, Digital Methods, 2013

Modalità Erogazione

The teaching will be of the frontal type but, given the master's degree course, the students will be required to actively participate in the preparation through the educational platform formonline.uniroma3.it (the access key will be provided by the teacher).

Modalità Frequenza

Attendance is free but it is suggested to follow the didactic activity carried out through the Department platform.

Modalità Valutazione

The exam takes place in written form and in an oral test. The written part consists in the drafting of a different synthetic document for the attending students and for the non-attending students. For students attending, the paper is a group work of maximum 15 pages and follows an index that will be provided in the classroom. For -attending students, the written paper (maximum 5 folders) must be submitted by email 10 days before the exam session in which you intend to take the final test (and, moreover, it is a prerequisite for taking the exam). It must have as its object a social phenomenon analyzed from the point of view of the social change produced divided into three parts: first part definition of the phenomenon, second part studies and research on the phenomenon, third part aspects of social change - social effects produced. The oral exam consists in the deepening of the texts indicated.

ACCORINTI MARCO

teacher profile | materiale didattico

Programma

The course examines the categories of social changes and changes described in the macro areas: diaspora and migration, economy and work, of religion and religiosity, of ITC, of ​​the family and of educational processes. The aim is to allow students to acquire theoretical and analytical skills which, in an analogical sense, have a reflection in practice for a theory of practice.
Apri in Google Traduttore

Testi Adottati

1. D. Chirot, How Societies Change, Sage, Newbury Park, CA, 1994;



Bibliografia Di Riferimento

2. of your choise 2.1 S. Huntington, The Clash of Civilizations and the Remaking of World Order, 1996 2.2 S. Sassen, Expulsions: Brutality and Complexity in the Global Economy, 2014 2.3 Z. Bauman, Life in Fragments. Essays in Postmodern Morality, 1995 2.4 S. Shukla, J. Connor-Linton, An introduction to language and linguistics, 2006 2.5 R. Rogers, Digital Methods, 2013

Modalità Erogazione

The teaching will be of the frontal type but, given the master's degree course, the students will be required to actively participate in the preparation through the educational platform formonline.uniroma3.it (the access key will be provided by the teacher).

Modalità Frequenza

Attendance is free but it is suggested to follow the didactic activity carried out through the Department platform.

Modalità Valutazione

The exam takes place in written form and in an oral test. The written part consists in the drafting of a different synthetic document for the attending students and for the non-attending students. For students attending, the paper is a group work of maximum 15 pages and follows an index that will be provided in the classroom. For -attending students, the written paper (maximum 5 folders) must be submitted by email 10 days before the exam session in which you intend to take the final test (and, moreover, it is a prerequisite for taking the exam). It must have as its object a social phenomenon analyzed from the point of view of the social change produced divided into three parts: first part definition of the phenomenon, second part studies and research on the phenomenon, third part aspects of social change - social effects produced. The oral exam consists in the deepening of the texts indicated.