22910008 - SOCIOLOGIA DEI PROCESSI CULTURALI

The educational objective of the course is to provide students with theoretical and methodological tools for understanding the cultural processes and consider culture as an important dimension of social action and life.
By the study of Sociology of cultural processes the student will be able to achieve the following training objectives.
Knowledge of the birth and evolution of the scientific concept of culture, of cultural differentiation in modern societies, of transformation processes, cultural transmission and understanding of how culture influences society and how society influences culture.
Applying the acquired knowledge to understand the interdependencies of socio-cultural phenomena in the contemporary context:
Developing a critical reflection and Making judgements on the dynamics of differentiation, cultural pluralization
Strengthen reflective and communication skills
Consolidate Learning skills
How to link with other teachings
General Sociology; Sociology of Communication; Sociology of Religion; Anthropology

COSTA CECILIA

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Programme

Program: The birth of the scientific concept of culture; Nature, culture and society; The cultural differentiation in modern societies; How society affects the culture; How culture influences society; The processes of transformation, transmission and cultural preservation.

Core Documentation

MANUAL
L. Sciolla, Sociologia dei processi culturali, Il Mulino, Bologna

The second can be chosen among following books:
A. Caneva, C. Caneva, Cecilia Costa, F. Orlando, L'immaginario contemporaneo. La grande pro-vocazione delle serie Tv, Mimesis, Milano 2018.
A. Cocozza, L'agire inatteso. Etica, razionalità e competenze, Franco Angeli, Milano 2020.
E. Tripaldi, L’Etica della ‘cura’ nel Counselling Analitico Transazionale. Spunti di riflessione in Bioetica, Aracne Editore, Roma, 2011
C. Caneva, S. Thuruthyil, M. Sinsin, Filosofie in dialogo. Lexikon universale India Africa Europa, Prefazione di Cecilia Costa, Mimesis, Milano 2017 (Introduction; Preface, 6 voices)
D. Bagnaresi, G. Benzi, R.Butera (a cura di) Fellini e il sacro. Studi e testimonianze, LAS, Roma.
Stefano Delli Poggi, Italiani: scomunicati o liberi pensatori? Eresia, Apostasia, Scisma o libertà di credere. Profili cattolici in Italia, Autori Associati, 2019.


Reference Bibliography

Bauman Z., La società dell’incertezza, Il Mulino, Bologna, 1999. Bauman Z., La società individualizzata, Bologna, Il Mulino, 2003. Bauman Z., Intervista sull’identità, Bari, Laterza, 2003. Bauman Z., Modernità e ambivalenza, Bollati Boringhieri, Torino, 2010. Belardinelli S. e Allodi L. (a cura di), Sociologia della cultura, Franco Angeli, Milano, 2006. Berger P.L., Luckhmann T., Lo smarrimento dell’uomo moderno, Il Mulino, Bologna, 2010. Brancato S., Sociologie dell’immaginario, Carocci, Roma, 2000. Dal Lago A., Il conflitto della modernità, Il Mulino, Bologna, 1994. Ferrara A., Rosati M., Affreschi della modernità, Carocci, Roma, 2005. Giaccardi C., Magatti M., L’Io globale, Editori Laterza, Roma-Bari, 2005. Jedlowski P., Il mondo in questione, Roma, Carocci, 1998. Maffesoli M., Note sulla postmodernità, Lupetti, Milano, 2005. Morin E., Lo spirito del tempo, Meltemi, Roma, 2008. Sassatelli R., Consumo, cultura e società, Il Mulino, Bologna, 2004. Sciolla L., La sfida dei valori, Il Mulino, Bologna, 2004. Simmel G., Il conflitto della cultura moderna, (a cura di Carlo Mongardini), Bulzoni Editore, Roma, 1976.

Type of delivery of the course

The teaching method will be a traditional teaching, frontal as the main teaching method. If the state of emergency is maintained, COVID 19 will be remote with the use of the University platform.

Type of evaluation

The exam will take place through the traditional interview with the student in order to ascertain the skills acquired during the course