Università degli Studi di Urbino Carlo Bo / Portale Web di Ateneo


ANTHROPOLOGY OF CULTURAL MEDIATION
ANTROPOLOGIA DELLA MEDIAZIONE CULTURALE

Gender violence. A multidisciplinary approach
La violenza di genere. Un percorso multidisciplinare.

A.Y. Credits
2017/2018 6
Lecturer Email Office hours for students
Cristiano Maria Bellei Monday and Tuesday after lesson by appointment

Assigned to the Degree Course

Date Time Classroom / Location

Learning Objectives

The course aims to provide students with a comprehensive view of the socio-cultural variables that are the basis of gender violence. Starting from a comparative analysis of myths, legends and religious texts in which the female is described in a negative and deadly way, we will try to map out a conceptual map through which to point out how the patriarchy operates through dynamics and discriminating patterns very similar to each other. The aim is to understand whether fear of femininity can be considered a fundamental paradigm of all other forms of stigma of diversity.

Program

The course will be articulated as follows by alternating frontal lessons with other deepening activities:

Introduction to the course and the topics that will be dealt with during the course.

  • Violence, death, fear.
  • The human being and how to overcome the anguish of death.
  • The negative image of the female.
  • Comparative analysis of myths, legends and religious symbols. Maternal ambivalence and the idea of ??sacrifice for the child.
  • Female negation as a paradigm of persecutory logos.
  • Learning Achievements (Dublin Descriptors)

    Expected knowledge: knowledge of the theoretical debate on gender violence; Ability to orientate in a comparative way between the various cultural perspectives that will be analyzed in the course; Critical approach to national and international rules regarding women's discourse. Knowledge is to be acquired through the reading of reference texts and seminar activities. Skills: critical analysis of the topics addressed; The ability to deepen theories and ties with empirical approaches to matter; Awareness of the gravity of gender violence and its impact on social relations. Skills are to be acquired by discussing the study texts also in relation to news and current events. Skills: Ability to declare knowledge and skills acquired during the course and in the training course to carry out an analysis of possible intervention policies. Skills are acquired through simulations and discussions with operators. To pass the exam students and students must:

    • A) Possess the basis for an historical / anthropological assessment of female discrimination
    • B) demonstrate the capacity to solve theoretical and application problems relating to the anthropological and historical-social dimension of gender violence in a context of growing cultural pluralism, including by participating in laboratories and study groups or writing research papers (Applying Knowledge and understanding);
    • C) demonstrate the ability to integrate their own knowledge and to make judgments in complex theoretical or applied situations related to the above-mentioned areas through active participation in debates with the teacher or his / her collaborators and between the students themselves, especially in the field of Laboratories and seminars (Making judgements);
    • (D) demonstrate the ability to communicate the acquired knowledge in a clear, essential and scientifically correct manner, especially in the context of dedicated seminars or by writing synthetic expositions (Communication);
    • E) to demonstrate the ability to proceed with learning with autonomy and critical meaning, analyzing gender violence as a cultural phenomenon without ideological or dogmatic closures (Learning skills)

    Teaching Material

    The teaching material prepared by the lecturer in addition to recommended textbooks (such as for instance slides, lecture notes, exercises, bibliography) and communications from the lecturer specific to the course can be found inside the Moodle platform › blended.uniurb.it

    Supporting Activities

    Supplementary seminars and other activities of interest to students and students will be announced at the beginning of the course. The teaching material and the teacher's specific communications will be available along with other support activities within the Moodle platform> blended.uniurb.it


    Didactics, Attendance, Course Books and Assessment

    Didactics

    Lectures, including with the support of computer and audiovisual media. Supplementary materials will be distributed throughout the lessons.

    Attendance

    Participation at at least three quarters of lesson hours. Individual study of the texts and materials indicated; It is possible to agree with the teacher alternative texts and / or in-depth study of partial substitution of the texts indicated. The textbook will have to work independently, and it will also be controlled through anti-plagiarism software. The student must have the normal degree of general culture that is expected to be expected at this level of studies. The study of the texts in the program has to cure the understanding of the fundamental concepts and the ability to expose them correctly in their own words. The purely mnemonic study is not appreciated.

    Course books
  • C. Blackledge, Storia di V. Biografia del sesso femminile, Il Saggiatore, Milano 2008
  • AA.VV, Violenza contro le donne. Uno studio interdiscilplinare, a cura di Natasha Mattucci/Ines Corti, Aracne, Roma 2016
  • Dispense e materiali scaricabili dalla pagina moodle del docente


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    Assessment

    Oral examination. The discussion will focus on study texts, engaging in current top practices, experiences and public debates. The final vote will be determined by the knowledge of the various test texts and the ability to attach them to real or potential experiences. In particular, the examination is highly appreciated (and contributes to the evaluation): - working with foreign language texts - the ability to connect concepts, theories, approaches and researches in an organic and argumentative manner, without repeating pediculously the content of the texts - the mastery of specialized disciplinary language - having participated in research activities and the ability to link experience and know-how For those who have a textbook, the exam will focus on the discussion of the same. The textbook must be a text of approx. 10 folders, with index agreed with the teacher, which involves the original reading and reinterpretation of at least 3 texts, which are also agreed with the teacher - even outside the ones recommended for the exam. The tesina must be delivered at least 10 days before the exam date. The final vote will be determined by the ability to use and coherently link the texts used, their ability to attach them to experiences and practices, and the quality of writing (correct structuring of a scientific text in terms of index, paragraphs, logic of the text , Syntactic-grammatical correctness).

    Additional Information for Non-Attending Students

    Didactics

    Individual study, preferably supplemented by meetings with the teacher.

    Attendance

    Individual study of the texts indicated; It is possible to agree with the teacher alternative texts and / or in-depth study of partial substitution of the texts indicated. One or more meetings with the teacher are recommended, by appointment, to overcome any difficulties in understanding texts or any other learning needs.

    Course books
  • C. Blackledge, Storia di V. Biografia del sesso femminile, Il Saggiatore, Milano 2008.
  • AA.VV, Violenza contro le donne. Uno studio interdiscilplinare, a cura di Natasha Mattucci/Ines Corti, Aracne, Roma 2016
  • Dispense e materiali scaricabili dalla pagina moodle del docente.
  • M. R. Anspach, A buon rendere. La reciprocità nella vendetta, nel dono e nel mercato, Bollati Boringhieri, Milano 2007
  • Assessment

    Oral examination. The discussion will focus on study texts, engaging in current top practices, experiences and public debates. The final vote will be determined by the knowledge of the various test texts and the ability to attach them to real or potential experiences. In particular, the examination is highly appreciated (and contributes to the evaluation): - working with foreign language texts - the ability to connect concepts, theories, approaches and researches in an organic and argumentative manner, without repeating pediculously the content of the texts - the mastery of specialized disciplinary language - having participated in research activities and the ability to link experience and know-how For those who have a textbook, the exam will focus on the discussion of the same. The textbook must be a text of approx. 10 folders, with index agreed with the teacher, which involves the original reading and reinterpretation of at least 3 texts, which are also agreed with the teacher - even outside the ones recommended for the exam. The tesina must be delivered at least 10 days before the exam date. The final vote will be determined by the ability to use and coherently link the texts used, their ability to attach them to experiences and practices, and the quality of writing (correct structuring of a scientific text in terms of index, paragraphs, logic of the text , Syntactic-grammatical correctness).

    Notes

    Examination and bibliography can be in English on request. The teacher is available to follow students / internships on subjects that are consistent with those of the teaching

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