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SOCIALIZATION AND CULTURAL PROCESSES
SOCIALIZZAZIONE E PROCESSI CULTURALI

A.Y. Credits
2019/2020 10
Lecturer Email Office hours for students
Paolo Stauder monday 9-11
Teaching in foreign languages
Course with optional materials in a foreign language English
This course is entirely taught in Italian. Study materials can be provided in the foreign language and the final exam can be taken in the foreign language.

Assigned to the Degree Course

Communication Sciences (L-20)
Curriculum: PERCORSO COMUNE
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Learning Objectives

It is to analyze the basic concepts of the socialization process without neglecting contents of the sociology of culture. In addition, in order to address the issue of educational objectives means to deepen the relationship student-teacher in the light of discussions with the various individual issues. What is the purpose of socialization, how it forms the social person. This must not lead to devaluation of self-knowledge in its emotional aspects, but must also show how these aspects are inseparable from the richness of life present in every human being. Essentially, neglecting these conditions means disreagard of the plurality of intelligences and reduce the knowledge only to its quantitative form. Abstract knowledge and anaffective may be the assumption of a failure non only scholastic, but also failure in work.

Program

The course is divided into two parts.

In the first part we will proceed to the identification of some key concepts for the understanding of the socialization process (removel, learning, social integration). These concepts will be analyzed in the light of sociological theories (E. Durkheim, T. Parsons). More specifically, through the socialization the individual learns an "act according to the requirements of the role" that involves the costant presence of social control. In this context has some relevance the concept of culture as a) system of cognitive symbols and b) system of expressive symbols. Culture, in the sociological tradition, is a set of regulatory principles for human action.

In the second part will be addressed some issues related to the social control. In particular the following texts will be taken into consideration: 

 - H. Marcuse Eros e civiltà

- M. Foucault Sorvegliare e punire

In this area it will be important the texts analysis of V. Cesareo, Socializzazione e controllo sociale. From this book emerges a critical position towards of the image of a man ultra socialized which makes his behaviour totally dependent by the internalization of cultural norms. This approach underline a conception of human nature in which lacks regulatory contents and essentially available (generic) to take any form. This study starts off critical examination of the conept of human nature as it emerges from a reading of Durkheim and Parsons. The main aim is to emphasize the limits of this interpretation. This implies the abandonment of a model of society based on social control with all its repressive implications. To those who have the opportunity to attend classes will have, during the course, given texts and readings that will be useful to deepen, in agreement with the professor, the subject of the exam.

Learning Achievements (Dublin Descriptors)

Students must achieve:

1. Knowledge and capacity of understanding by devoloping processing of critical elaboration in relation to changes in forms and languages of communication shown in the transition from traditional society to modern society.

1.1 Students are awarded this knowledge base, attending the course and case study of scientific texts proposed by the teacher and discussed in the classroom.

2. Ability to apply knowledge and understanding through the abilty of define research topics, analysis of the sources, insights from both theoretical and empirical.

2.1. Classroom discussions, confrontation with the professor, study of texts.

Students have to reach critical and informed judgements skills on culture in contemporary societies.

Students reach these skills attending lectures and practical classes, participating to discussion with the teacher and other students in class, and studying textbooks.

4. Communication skills

Students should have skills in oral and written communication in Italian, should possess expression skills in Italian language and should master the basic concepts of the discipline

Students reach these skills asking questions and participating to discussion with the teacher and other students during classes, organizing a oral presentation of their group work or writing brief written text during practical classes.

5. Learning skills

Students should possess learning skills for further study.

Students gain these skills trough discussion with the teacher and other in class during lectures and practical classes, through argumentations of their answers to teacher questions, and studying textbooks.

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

The teaching material and specific communications from the lecturer can be found, together with other supporting activities, inside the Moodle platform > blended.uniurb.it


Didactics, Attendance, Course Books and Assessment

Didactics

Frontal lessons

Attendance

Attendance to at least 3/4 of the lessons and study of the texts indicated. The student must present at examination with textbooks.

Course books

P. Stauder, Come si diventa normali. Socializzazione e natura umana

M. Foucault Sorvegliare e punire Einaudi, 1976

Stauder Spazio e libertà . Appunti per una sociologia della liberazione Aras Edizioni

Assessment

he exam will be held through an individual interview based on textbooks suggested. The aim is to evaluate both student's comprehension of the content and his ability in reworking concepts and in argumenting. It is possibile to present a written document on a topic agreed with the teacher. 

Excellent grades will be given in presence of: a good critical perspective and in depth study; knowing how to link among them the main subjects addressed during the course; the use of an appropriate language.

Good grades will be given in presence of:  good mnemonic knowledge of the contents; a relatively good critical perspective and connection skills related to the treated topics; the use of appropriate language.

Sufficient grades will be given in presence of: the achievement of a minimal knowledge on the treated themes, even in presence of some gaps; the use of a not appropriate language.

Negative grades will be given in presence of: a difficult orientation related to the the treated topics; knowledge gaps; the use of a not appropriate language.

Additional Information for Non-Attending Students

Didactics

Study of the texts indicated

Course books

P. Stauder Come si diventa normali. Socializzazione e natura umana

D. Riesman La folla solitaria, Il Mulino, Bologna, 1973

J.L Nancy Cascare dal sonno, Raffaello Cortina, Milano, 2009

M. Foucault Sorvegliare e punire, Einaudi, Torino / Stauder Spazio e libertà Aras Edizioni

Assessment

,

The exam will be held through an individual interview based on textbooks suggested. The aim is to evaluate both student's comprehension of the content and his ability in reworking concepts and in argumenting. It is possibile to present a written document on a topic agreed with the teacher. 

Excellent grades will be given in presence of: a good critical perspective and in depth study; knowing how to link among them the main subjects addressed during the course; the use of an appropriate language.

Good grades will be given in presence of:  good mnemonic knowledge of the contents; a relatively good critical perspective and connection skills related to the treated topics; the use of appropriate language.

Sufficient grades will be given in presence of: the achievement of a minimal knowledge on the treated themes, even in presence of some gaps; the use of a not appropriate language.

Negative grades will be given in presence of: a difficult orientation related to the the treated topics; knowledge gaps; the use of a not appropriate language.

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