Laurea in Scienze politiche, economiche, sociali e dell'amministrazione

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Year Course ID Course Teachers SSD Curriculum Site CFU
1 P0001 -SOCIOLOGIA FAVRETTO Anna Rosa SPS/07 All ALESSANDRIA 9
1 GS0143 DIRITTO PUBBLICO LUTHER Jorg IUS/09 Amministrazione pubblica e problematiche sociali della integrazione ALESSANDRIA 9
1 P0020 DIRITTO PUBBLICO LUTHER Jorg IUS/09 All ALESSANDRIA 12
1 P2204 ECONOMIA NOVARESE Marco SECS-P/01 Amministrazione pubblica e problematiche sociali della integrazione ALESSANDRIA 9
1 P0022 ECONOMIA NOVARESE Marco SECS-P/01 All ALESSANDRIA 9
1 GS0319 Economia pubblica europea MARCHESE Carla SECS-P/03 All ALESSANDRIA 6
1 P1114 IDONEITA' DI ITALIANO LUCARNO Paola NN All ALESSANDRIA
1 P1113 IDONEITA' DI MATEMATICA BARBONAGLIA Alessio NN All ALESSANDRIA
1 GS0142 IDONEITA' INFORMATICA VIGANO' Sabrina INF/01 All ALESSANDRIA 2
1 P2217 POLITICA ECONOMICA CASSONE Alberto SECS-P/02 All ALESSANDRIA 6
1 P1551 SCIENZA DELLA POLITICA SPS/04 Amministrazione pubblica e problematiche sociali della integrazione ALESSANDRIA 9
1 P0037 SCIENZA DELLA POLITICA SPS/04 Amministrazione pubblica e problematiche sociali della integrazione ALESSANDRIA 6
1 P1251 SCIENZA DELLA POLITICA SPS/04 Scienze economiche e politiche europee ALESSANDRIA 9
1 GS0145 SOCIOLOGIA FAVRETTO Anna Rosa SPS/07 Scienze economiche e politiche europee ALESSANDRIA 9
1 P2231 SOCIOLOGIA DEI PROCESSI DI INTEGRAZIONE SOCIALE ZALTRON Francesca SPS/07 Amministrazione pubblica e problematiche sociali della integrazione ALESSANDRIA 6
1 P1644 SOCIOLOGIA DELLE MIGRAZIONI EVE Michael SPS/07 Amministrazione pubblica e problematiche sociali della integrazione ALESSANDRIA 6
1 P1257 STORIA DELLE DOTTRINE E DELLE ISTITUZIONI POLITICHE INGRAVALLE Francesco SPS/03 Amministrazione pubblica e problematiche sociali della integrazione ALESSANDRIA 10
1 P1378 STORIA DELLE DOTTRINE E DELLE ISTITUZIONI POLITICHE INGRAVALLE Francesco SPS/03 Scienze economiche e politiche europee ALESSANDRIA 9
1 P1256 STORIA DELLE DOTTRINE E DELLE ISTITUZIONI POLITICHE INGRAVALLE Francesco SPS/03 All ALESSANDRIA 6
2 GM061 Comparative law GRANDE Elisabetta IUS/02 Amministrazione pubblica e problematiche sociali della integrazione ALESSANDRIA 8
2 GS0180 Competenze linguistiche dell'Unione Europea I DAPAVO Roberto L-LIN/12, L-LIN/04 All ALESSANDRIA 10
2 GS0183 Competenze linguistiche dell'Unione Europea II SARACCO Caterina L-LIN/12, L-LIN/14 All ALESSANDRIA 10
2 GS0186 Competenze linguistiche dell'Unione Europea III DI VINCENZO Dilia L-LIN/12, L-LIN/07 All ALESSANDRIA 10
2 GS0232 DIRITTO AMMINISTRATIVO LOMBARDI Roberta IUS/10 Scienze economiche e politiche europee ALESSANDRIA 12
2 GS0022 Diritti, salute e contesti migratori FUCCI Stefania SPS/12 Amministrazione pubblica e problematiche sociali della integrazione ALESSANDRIA 6
2 GS0017 Diritto Amministrativo e Public Utilities LOMBARDI Roberta, GIUFFRIDA Armando IUS/10 Amministrazione pubblica e problematiche sociali della integrazione ALESSANDRIA 12
2 GS0312 ECONOMIA PUBBLICA EUROPEA MARCHESE Carla SECS-P/03 Scienze economiche e politiche europee ALESSANDRIA 6
2 GS0013 Governo e governance dei sistemi produttivi PERULLI Paolo SPS/09 Amministrazione pubblica e problematiche sociali della integrazione ALESSANDRIA 6
2 GS0315 INTEGRAZIONE INGLESE NN All ALESSANDRIA 1
2 GS0302 Istituzioni giuridiche e politiche europee QUIRICO Stefano SPS/03 Scienze economiche e politiche europee ALESSANDRIA 9
2 P1270 LAW AND ECONOMICS - ITA RAMELLO Giovanni Battista SECS-P/02 Scienze economiche e politiche europee ALESSANDRIA 6
2 GS0014 Logiche e processi della Amministrazione PERULLI Paolo SPS/09 Amministrazione pubblica e problematiche sociali della integrazione ALESSANDRIA 6
2 GS0233 MACROECONOMIA PONZANO Ferruccio SECS-P/02 Scienze economiche e politiche europee ALESSANDRIA 9
2 P0014 METODI E TECNICHE DELLA RICERCA SOCIALE VAIUSO Dario SPS/09 Scienze economiche e politiche europee ALESSANDRIA 6
2 P0003 METODOLOGIA DELLE SCIENZE SOCIALI CARBONE Domenico SPS/07 Amministrazione pubblica e problematiche sociali della integrazione ALESSANDRIA 8
2 GS0202 Metodi quantitativi I CALIMAN Tiziana SECS-S/06 Scienze economiche e politiche europee ALESSANDRIA 8
2 P2061 PROGRAMMAZIONE E CONTROLLO NEGLI ENTI PUBBLICI FALDUTO Leonardo SECS-P/07 Amministrazione pubblica e problematiche sociali della integrazione ALESSANDRIA 6
2 P0023 STATISTICA MARTINI Alberto SECS-S/01 All ALESSANDRIA 9
2 P0365 STORIA MODERNA CERINO BADONE Giovanni M-STO/02 Scienze economiche e politiche europee ALESSANDRIA 6
2 GS0025 Sociologia comparata delle famiglie BERTONE Chiara SPS/08 Amministrazione pubblica e problematiche sociali della integrazione ALESSANDRIA 9
2 GS0204 Sociologia comparata delle famiglie BERTONE Chiara SPS/08 Amministrazione pubblica e problematiche sociali della integrazione ALESSANDRIA 8
2 GS0205 Storia del pensiero politico contemporaneo BARBERIS Giorgio SPS/02 Scienze economiche e politiche europee ALESSANDRIA 8
2 GS0031 Storia del pensiero politico risorgimentale europeo MALANDRINO Corrado SPS/02 Scienze economiche e politiche europee ALESSANDRIA 6
2 GS0030 Storia e metodologia del pensiero politico moderno MALANDRINO Corrado SPS/02 Scienze economiche e politiche europee ALESSANDRIA 6
2 GS0299 Teorie e sistemi politici QUIRICO Stefano SPS/04, SPS/01 Amministrazione pubblica e problematiche sociali della integrazione ALESSANDRIA 12
3 P0297 DIRITTO DELL'UNIONE EUROPEA RUBINO Vito IUS/14 Amministrazione pubblica e problematiche sociali della integrazione ALESSANDRIA 6
3 P0018 DIRITTO DELL'UNIONE EUROPEA RUBINO Vito IUS/14 Scienze economiche e politiche europee ALESSANDRIA 9
3 GI0009 DIRITTO INTERCULTURALE MAZZOLA Roberto IUS/09 Amministrazione pubblica e problematiche sociali della integrazione ALESSANDRIA 10
3 GS0022 Diritti, salute e contesti migratori FUCCI Stefania SPS/12 Amministrazione pubblica e problematiche sociali della integrazione ALESSANDRIA 6
3 P0050 ECONOMETRIA CHIRICO Paolo SECS-S/03 Scienze economiche e politiche europee ALESSANDRIA 6
3 GS0028 Economia e politica del lavoro e della cultura BIANCHI Carluccio, ZANOLA Roberto SECS-P/02, SECS-P/03 Scienze economiche e politiche europee ALESSANDRIA 12
3 GM021 International law SALUZZO Stefano IUS/13 Scienze economiche e politiche europee ALESSANDRIA 9
3 GS0269 LOGICA E TEORIA DELL'ARGOMENTAZIONE BENZI Margherita M-FIL/02 All ALESSANDRIA 6
3 SP0101 Lineamenti di storia naturale dell'uomo per le scienze sociali SCALFARI Francesco Maria Carmine BIO/08 All ALESSANDRIA 6
3 P2063 METODI STATISTICI DI VALUTAZIONE DELLE POLITICHE PUBBLICHE MARTINI Alberto SECS-S/03 Scienze economiche e politiche europee ALESSANDRIA 6
3 P0048 MICROECONOMIA PAVESE Piermassimo SECS-P/03 Scienze economiche e politiche europee ALESSANDRIA 9
3 SP0028 Metodi e tecniche della ricerca sociale VAIUSO Dario SPS/07 Amministrazione pubblica e problematiche sociali della integrazione ALESSANDRIA 6
3 P0013 PROVA FINALE PROFIN_S All 6
3 GS0026 Problematiche dell’inclusione nei diritti di cittadinanza EVE Michael SPS/07 Amministrazione pubblica e problematiche sociali della integrazione ALESSANDRIA 6
3 GS0015 Regionalizzazione ed europeizzazione delle politiche pubbliche GHERARDI Lodovico SPS/09 Amministrazione pubblica e problematiche sociali della integrazione ALESSANDRIA 6
3 GS0015 Regionalizzazione ed europeizzazione delle politiche pubbliche GHERARDI Lodovico SPS/09 Scienze economiche e politiche europee ALESSANDRIA 6
3 P1429 SOCIOLOGIA ECONOMICA E DEL LAVORO CATTERO Bruno SPS/09 Scienze economiche e politiche europee ALESSANDRIA 6
3 P0030 STAGE NN All 4
3 P1126 STORIA DELL'IDEA DI EUROPA MALANDRINO Corrado SPS/02 Scienze economiche e politiche europee ALESSANDRIA 9
3 GS0191 Sistemi politici contemporanei SPS/04 Scienze economiche e politiche europee ALESSANDRIA 6
3 GS0194 Sociologia della citta' e cittadinanza locale ERCOLE Enrico SPS/10, SPS/09 Amministrazione pubblica e problematiche sociali della integrazione ALESSANDRIA 12
3 GS0305 Storia del pensiero politico contemporaneo BARBERIS Giorgio SPS/02 All ALESSANDRIA 6
3 GS0304 Teoria politica QUIRICO Stefano SPS/01 Scienze economiche e politiche europee ALESSANDRIA 6
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Course-SOCIOLOGIA
Course IDP0001
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2018/2019
Degree2025 - SCIENZE POLITICHE, ECONOMICHE, SOCIALI E DELL'AMMINISTRAZIONE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
TeachersFAVRETTO Anna Rosa
CFU9
Teaching duration (hours)60
Individual study time 165
SSDSPS/07 - SOCIOLOGIA GENERALE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Course categoryA - Base
Year1
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractLessons empower students to use the lenses of Culture, Structure, Power to see sociology everywhere. Bringing theory and sociological concepts together,they help students move beyond an individual perspective to gain a sociological perspective.
Reference textsDavid Croteau e William Hoynes Experience Sociology, Mcgrow-Hill Edication, NY, 2016
Teaching targetsMaking the familiar new. Using a unique, contemporary framework of culture-structure-power, students learn to apply sociological concepts through familiar lenses. Paired with a proven, personal, and adaptive learning experience, students move beyond memorization of topics to develop their sociological imagination.
Prerequisitesnone
Didattics MethodsLectures
Grading rulesFinal exams: 3 discursive questions and answers, 1,30 h long
Full argumentsIntroduction to Sociology; Social research; Culture; Structure, social action and power; Social interaction, groups and organizations; Social stratification, classes, gender, and global inequalitie; Ethnicity and migration
Expected learning objectivesGeneral results: - autonomy of judgment - learning ability of sociological concepts Specific results: - knowledge of main sociological concepts - knowledge of main social processes and mechanisms
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CourseDIRITTO PUBBLICO
Course IDGS0143
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2018/2019
Degree2025 - SCIENZE POLITICHE, ECONOMICHE, SOCIALI E DELL'AMMINISTRAZIONE
CurriculumAmministrazione pubblica e problematiche sociali della integrazione
Teaching leaderLUTHER Jorg
TeachersLUTHER Jorg
CFU9
Teaching duration (hours)60
Individual study time 165
SSDIUS/09 - ISTITUZIONI DI DIRITTO PUBBLICO
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Year1
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian with translation of English and Latin concepts. Erasmus and other not native spekaers will get special assistance and books.
AbstractThe law is to important to be left to jurists, but even to complex to be known only by one of them. The course offers to such non jurists that aim to work for institutions of society and government instruments of navigation and of dialogue with jurists. The legal bases of public institutions in constitutional and administrative law will be analysed. The specific language of norms, the navigation in the sea of sources of law and the balancement of the fundamental principlese of society, economy and politics will be learned.
Reference textsThe examination is based on the text of the Italian Constitution – even in English translation - and on the other sources of law made available in Italian. These sources are interpreted by R. Bin, G. Pitruzzella, Diritto pubblico, Torino: Giappichelli, last edition or G. Zagrebelsky, V. Marcenò, F. Pallante, Lineamenti di diritto costituzionale, Firenze: Le Monnier, last edition Students with 12 credits have to make a further lecture of one of the following booklets of Gustavo Zagrebelsky: 1) Senza adulti, 2016; 2) Fondata sulla cultura, 2014; 3) Fondata sul lavoro, 2013; 4) Simboli al potere, 2012; 5) Principi e voti, 2005; 6) Il crucifigge e la democrazia, 1995, 7) Il diritto mite, 1992, 8) Diritti per forza. Students may agree with the teacher alternative to the foresaid books, even in English, French, Spanish or German and special research activities for specific topics.
Teaching targetsThe study of public law aims to provide basic knowledge of law and an interdisciplinary discoursive ability to cooperate and compete with lawyers. Therefore theories even connected to other sciences and courses shall be mixed with in minimum of practical abilities. The student will learn - to distinguish norms and facts, interests and rights, policies and legal constraints, markets and states ecc; - to observe and apply legal norms related to economic, cultural and political choices; - to analyse and manage procedures of production and administrative o judicial implementation of legal norms, - to evaluate real political choices or proposals in relation to the fundamental principles of the constitution in the political, economical and cultural life of state and society, - to dialogue and care relations with public institutions, with knowledge of their functions and structures, - to assess the need and the quality of legal advise and assistance.
PrerequisitesThe course of public law has no formal, but general cultural prerequisites, specially a good knowledge of Italian language (except for those who opt for English, French or German) and notions of history and geography, even at the european and international level. Non Italian students have to work on their Italian language competences, Italian once on their English language skills. A general interest for public news is required.
Didattics MethodsLectures will be integrated by case studies. Methodology is more inductive than deductive and more interactive than unilateral, being requested an active partcipation of students that have to use the sources of law and the materials offered by the teacher. Frequency is highly recommended, registration of the lectures is allowed,.
Other informationsThe teacher will offer a reader of the sources of law needed (electronic format). He will make available for the first parte detailed materials (dipense). Specific tutorship can be offered at least for foreign students.
Grading rulesThe examination is written and/or oral and can, if desired be hold in English, French or German. Students attending lessons will be examined on the topics focussed by the lectures. Students not attending lessons will be examined on the books. The reader of the sources of law can be used during examination. After the second unsuccessful written examination, an oral examination will be requested. An intermediate examination will be offered after a third of the lessons (3 CFU). Even participation to seminar will be evaluated (3 CFU). For LAW STUDENTS the last part of examination will have differentiated questions.
Full argumentsLectures will not keep the order of the books, but answer the main questions of public law today: 1. How to study public law today ? 2. What are the basic elements of public law ? 3. How to navigate in the sources of public law ? 4. What are the fundamental principles of the institutions of public law ?
Expected learning objectivesThe student will know the varieties of legal norms, the main theories and practices of fundamental rights, functions and structures of the leading public institutions, the principles of the dynamics of norms and legal orders, the fundamental principles of the constitution which matter with development. The student will learn to distinguish ideals from reality, get access to legal sources and documents, verify their formal value, measure margins of interpretation, conflict and negotiation, get orientation in the planet of institutions and authorities and make questions to lawyers without being manipulated by their rhetorics.
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CourseDIRITTO PUBBLICO
Course IDP0020
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2018/2019
Degree2025 - SCIENZE POLITICHE, ECONOMICHE, SOCIALI E DELL'AMMINISTRAZIONE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderLUTHER Jorg
TeachersLUTHER Jorg
CFU12
Teaching duration (hours)60
Individual study time 212
SSDIUS/09 - ISTITUZIONI DI DIRITTO PUBBLICO
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Course categoryA - Base
Year1
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian with translation of English and Latin concepts. Erasmus and other not native spekaers will get special assistance and books.
AbstractThe law is to important to be left to jurists, but even to complex to be known only by one of them. The course offers to such non jurists that aim to work for institutions of society and government instruments of navigation and of dialogue with jurists. The legal bases of public institutions in constitutional and administrative law will be analysed. The specific language of norms, the navigation in the sea of sources of law and the balancement of the fundamental principlese of society, economy and politics will be learned.
Reference textsThe examination is based on the text of the Italian Constitution – even in English translation - and on the other sources of law made available in Italian. These sources are interpreted by R. Bin, G. Pitruzzella, Diritto pubblico, Torino: Giappichelli, last edition or G. Zagrebelsky, V. Marcenò, F. Pallante, Lineamenti di diritto costituzionale, Firenze: Le Monnier, last edition Students with 12 credits have to make a further lecture of one of the following booklets of Gustavo Zagrebelsky: 1) Senza adulti, 2016; 2) Fondata sulla cultura, 2014; 3) Fondata sul lavoro, 2013; 4) Simboli al potere, 2012; 5) Principi e voti, 2005; 6) Il crucifigge e la democrazia, 1995, 7) Il diritto mite, 1992, 8) Diritti per forza. Students may agree with the teacher alternative to the foresaid books, even in English, French, Spanish or German and special research activities for specific topics.
Teaching targetsThe study of public law aims to provide basic knowledge of law and an interdisciplinary discoursive ability to cooperate and compete with lawyers. Therefore theories even connected to other sciences and courses shall be mixed with in minimum of practical abilities. The student will learn - to distinguish norms and facts, interests and rights, policies and legal constraints, markets and states ecc; - to observe and apply legal norms related to economic, cultural and political choices; - to analyse and manage procedures of production and administrative o judicial implementation of legal norms, - to evaluate real political choices or proposals in relation to the fundamental principles of the constitution in the political, economical and cultural life of state and society, - to dialogue and care relations with public institutions, with knowledge of their functions and structures, - to assess the need and the quality of legal advise and assistance.
PrerequisitesThe course of public law has no formal, but general cultural prerequisites, specially a good knowledge of Italian language (except for those who opt for English, French or German) and notions of history and geography, even at the european and international level. Non Italian students have to work on their Italian language competences, Italian once on their English language skills. A general interest for public news is required.
Didattics MethodsLectures will be integrated by case studies. Methodology is more inductive than deductive and more interactive than unilateral, being requested an active partcipation of students that have to use the sources of law and the materials offered by the teacher. Frequency is highly recommended, registration of the lectures is allowed,.
Other informationsThe teacher will offer a reader of the sources of law needed (electronic format). He will make available for the first parte detailed materials (dipense). Specific tutorship can be offered at least for foreign students.
Grading rulesThe examination is written and/or oral and can, if desired be hold in English, French or German. Students attending lessons will be examined on the topics focussed by the lectures. Students not attending lessons will be examined on the books. The reader of the sources of law can be used during examination. After the second unsuccessful written examination, an oral examination will be requested. An intermediate examination will be offered after a third of the lessons (3 CFU). Even participation to seminar will be evaluated (3 CFU). For LAW STUDENTS the last part of examination will have differentiated questions.
Full argumentsLectures will not keep the order of the books, but answer the main questions of public law today: 1. How to study public law today ? 2. What are the basic elements of public law ? 3. How to navigate in the sources of public law ? 4. What are the fundamental principles of the institutions of public law ?
Expected learning objectivesThe student will know the varieties of legal norms, the main theories and practices of fundamental rights, functions and structures of the leading public institutions, the principles of the dynamics of norms and legal orders, the fundamental principles of the constitution which matter with development. The student will learn to distinguish ideals from reality, get access to legal sources and documents, verify their formal value, measure margins of interpretation, conflict and negotiation, get orientation in the planet of institutions and authorities and make questions to lawyers without being manipulated by their rhetorics.
Course borrowed toSCIENZE POLITICHE, ECONOMICHE, SOCIALI E DELL'AMMINISTRAZIONE (2025) - GS0143 DIRITTO PUBBLICO - ALESSANDRIA
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CourseECONOMIA
Course IDP2204
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2018/2019
Degree2025 - SCIENZE POLITICHE, ECONOMICHE, SOCIALI E DELL'AMMINISTRAZIONE
CurriculumAmministrazione pubblica e problematiche sociali della integrazione
Teaching leaderNOVARESE Marco
TeachersNOVARESE Marco
CFU9
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Year1
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageitalian
AbstractRationality and economics Consumers, workers and firms The State and the Market Different types of market structures Market failures Macroeconomics – the main concepts
Reference texts“Economia e Scienze Economiche”, handouts by M. Novarese (2017)” This material can be downloaded from the DIR web-site of the course.
Teaching targetsAim of the course is to make students: understand the difference between models and reality and the functioning of the scientific method in the social sciences; understand the main research streams in the contemporary economics debate; develop the ability to think using the main economic concepts (applying cost-benefit analysis to basic economic problems, understanding its meaning and limits; developing a critical approach to the economic problems); understand the debate on human motivations; understand the main idea on the functioning of markets, mainly from a microeconomic point of view.
Prerequisitesnone
Didattics MethodsStandard classroom teaching
Other informationsAttendance is recommended but not compulsory
Grading rulesThe exam is based on a computerized test and can be divided in two parts. Exercises and practice tests are available on DIR. The exams allow to test for the knowledge of the concpets and the capacity to apply them.
Full argumentsEconomic reasoning and the instruments of economic analysis The different approaches to economic science Consumption Firms, production and supply Markets: perfect competition, monopoly, monopolistic competition, oligopoly The markets of the factors of production: labour and capital The market and the state Market failures Economics of information The GDP The national accountancy Money Inflation Aggregate demand and supply Comparative advantage and international trade Employment and unemployment The economic cycle Economic growth
Expected learning objectivesunderstanding the main economic ideas; developing critical reasoning
Course borrowed fromECONOMIA AZIENDALE (1420) - EC0095 Economia politica - ALESSANDRIA
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CourseECONOMIA
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2018/2019
Degree2025 - SCIENZE POLITICHE, ECONOMICHE, SOCIALI E DELL'AMMINISTRAZIONE
CurriculumAmministrazione pubblica e problematiche sociali della integrazione
CFU3
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 45
SSDSECS-P/01 - ECONOMIA POLITICA
Course typeSegmento
Year1
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
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CourseECONOMIA
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2018/2019
Degree2025 - SCIENZE POLITICHE, ECONOMICHE, SOCIALI E DELL'AMMINISTRAZIONE
CurriculumAmministrazione pubblica e problematiche sociali della integrazione
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDSECS-P/01 - ECONOMIA POLITICA
Course typeSegmento
Year1
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
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CourseECONOMIA
Course IDP0022
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2018/2019
Degree2025 - SCIENZE POLITICHE, ECONOMICHE, SOCIALI E DELL'AMMINISTRAZIONE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderNOVARESE Marco
TeachersNOVARESE Marco
CFU9
Teaching duration (hours)60
Individual study time 165
SSDSECS-P/01 - ECONOMIA POLITICA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Course categoryA - Base
Year1
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageitalian
AbstractRationality and economics Consumers, workers and firms The State and the Market Different types of market structures Market failures Macroeconomics – the main concepts
Reference texts“Economia e Scienze Economiche”, handouts by M. Novarese (2017)” This material can be downloaded from the DIR web-site of the course.
Teaching targetsAim of the course is to make students: understand the difference between models and reality and the functioning of the scientific method in the social sciences; understand the main research streams in the contemporary economics debate; develop the ability to think using the main economic concepts (applying cost-benefit analysis to basic economic problems, understanding its meaning and limits; developing a critical approach to the economic problems); understand the debate on human motivations; understand the main idea on the functioning of markets, mainly from a microeconomic point of view.
Prerequisitesnone
Didattics MethodsStandard classroom teaching
Other informationsAttendance is recommended but not compulsory
Grading rulesThe exam is based on a computerized test and can be divided in two parts. Exercises and practice tests are available on DIR. The exams allow to test for the knowledge of the concpets and the capacity to apply them.
Full argumentsEconomic reasoning and the instruments of economic analysis The different approaches to economic science Consumption Firms, production and supply Markets: perfect competition, monopoly, monopolistic competition, oligopoly The markets of the factors of production: labour and capital The market and the state Market failures Economics of information The GDP The national accountancy Money Inflation Aggregate demand and supply Comparative advantage and international trade Employment and unemployment The economic cycle Economic growth
Expected learning objectivesunderstanding the main economic ideas; developing critical reasoning
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CourseEconomia pubblica europea
Course IDGS0319
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2018/2019
Degree2025 - SCIENZE POLITICHE, ECONOMICHE, SOCIALI E DELL'AMMINISTRAZIONE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderMARCHESE Carla
TeachersMARCHESE Carla
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDSECS-P/03 - SCIENZA DELLE FINANZE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year1
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractUnderstanding basic concepts that economic theory developed to describe the functioning of the public Sector. Ability to use these concepts to analyse problems peertaining to the Italian oublic Sector.
Reference textsROSEN H.S., Scienza delle finanze , McGraw-Hill, Milano, 2014 (4° Ed.), chapters 1, 3, 4,5, 6,7, 8, 9,10,11,12,14,15, 18 (or the corresponding English version)
Teaching targetsEnlarge the vision about the functioning of the public Sector. Master basic tools used by economists to be able to quantify the dimension of the public Sector and its role in modern economies.
PrerequisitesThe student lacking basic economics should study first of all the appendix of the textbook.
Didattics MethodsLessons, exercizes, seminars
Other informationsAttendance recommended
Grading rulesWritten test, with yes-and-no questions, one exercize and one open question, in two hours time
Full argumentsPublic sector and public budget; Basic results of Welfare Economics. Public goods; Externalities Income redistribution; Public choice; Social insurance; Italian tax system.
Expected learning objectivesBeing able at selecting the relevant data to understand the problems of the public sector and at understanding the interactions of the latter with general economics.
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CourseIDONEITA' DI ITALIANO
Course IDP1114
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2018/2019
Degree2025 - SCIENZE POLITICHE, ECONOMICHE, SOCIALI E DELL'AMMINISTRAZIONE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderLUCARNO Paola
TeachersLUCARNO Paola
Teaching duration (hours)15
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Course categoryD - A scelta dallo studente
Year1
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageInglese
AbstractITALIAN LANGUAGE QUALIFICATION Language Teaching: Italian CREDITS: 0 LENGTH (in hours): 15 YEAR: I SEMESTER: I INSTRUCTOR: Paola Lucarno locarno.paola@libero.it This course, reinforcing the principal linguistic structures and functions, will deal with the comprehension and production of different types of texts, mainly those involved in the academic curriculum. At the end of the course students should be able to understand and produce all types of different levels.
Reference texts(If students were not already in possession of a Grammar of the Italian Language School Second Grade Secondary): - Gian Luigi Beccaria, Marinella Pregliasco, Italiano, Competenze linguistiche – Come si è formato, come funziona, come si usa, come cambia, Le Monnier Scuola, 2014 - Marta Meneghini, Grammatica allo specchio, Lessico e Semantica, Morfologia, Sintassi, Ortografia, Loescher Editore, 2014 - Beatrice Panebianco, Cecilia Pisoni, Loretta Reggiani, Mario Gineprini, Grammabilità , Zanichelli, 2012 - Claudia Savigliano, Il buon uso dell’italiano – La competenza grammaticale e lessicale (Volume A), DEA Scuola - Maria Teresa Serafini, Flavia Fornili, Virgola e punto – Le regole e i testi dell’italiano di oggi, + Giusto? Sbagliato? Dipende, Bompiani, 2014 - Marcello Sensini, L’agenda d’Italiano, A. Grammatica e scrittura; B. Comunicazione e lessico, A. Mondadori Scuola Marcello Sensini, L’agenda d’Italiano, A. Grammatica e scrittura; B. Comunicazione e lessico, A. Mondadori Scuola - Luca Serianni, Valeria Della Valle, Giuseppe Patota, Il bello dell’italiano – La grammatica, Edizioni Scolastiche, Bruno Mondadori, Pearson During the course we will be suggested texts for reading and consultation, which is not required to buy.
Teaching targetsCourse objective: The course aims to: - Recover any previous deficiencies and consolidate the knowledge of language structures for proper and responsible use of Italian Mother Language or Second Language; - Strengthening the capacities of: a. to reading, comprehension and interpretation of written texts of different types of routes planned university; b. production of a variety of texts in relation to different communicative purposes.
PrerequisitesKnowledge of the Italian language and its main morpho-syntactic structures
Didattics MethodsOrganization of the course: lectures, exercises Teaching Mode: Traditional Preparatory teaching to: all the first year exams Attendance: recommended
Other informationsSupports teaching in use to teaching: photocopies, various texts (manuals, essays, fiction), whiteboard Teaching support activities: The lecturer will be available in office hours, for clarification and further study.
Grading rulesLearning control: There are no intermediate tests; the learning control will be done systematically during the lessons, especially through the correction of the assigned exercises Mode of the final assessment: written test. At the end of the course students will have to demonstrate to be able, within a maximum time of two hours, to answer correctly, both in terms of understanding and from that of morphosyntactic and correct exhibition, a series of questions about a text proposed.
Full argumentsThe course will cover the following topics: - The parts of speech and their syntactic role - Spelling (major errors, punctuation) - The vocabulary (linguistic registers, using the dictionary) - Syntax: analysis of simple and complex sentence phrase: the complements; coordination and subordination; the main types of subordinate - The parts of the text: paragraph, introduction, conclusion - Consistency and cohesion of the text: logical and linguistic ties - The construction of written texts: the production of ideas; the drafting of the ladder; the drafting of the text; revision - The text types (narrative, description, argumentation and exhibition - The summary of the report, the term paper - The epistolary communication: a letter, e-mail; the curriculum vitae - The study skills: reading, underlining, notes, mind maps, refresher
Expected learning objectives-Ability to understand a written text of an informative nature-argumentative university level, identifying the subject matter, the arguments used and the point of view of the author; -Acquisition of the phases of the documentation, conception, planning, paragraph, drafting and revision of the texts; -Ability to produce texts that are correct and defined by clarity, properties and expressive precision, characterised by organicity and structure coherence; -Consolidation of the writing capacity in relation to different textual typologies (in particular the relation and the Tesin).
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CourseIDONEITA' DI MATEMATICA
Course IDP1113
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2018/2019
Degree2025 - SCIENZE POLITICHE, ECONOMICHE, SOCIALI E DELL'AMMINISTRAZIONE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderBARBONAGLIA Alessio
TeachersBARBONAGLIA Alessio
Teaching duration (hours)15
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Course categoryD - A scelta dallo studente
Year1
PeriodAnnuale
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractThe basic mathematics required for economic analysis.
Reference textsTeaching materials: lecture notes and exercises.
Teaching targetsThe course consists of reviewing the basic notions of the High School Mathematics Program.
PrerequisitesThere are no mandatory prerequisites.
Didattics MethodsTheorical and practical lessons.
Other informationsThe course is preparatory to the statistics exam and to all the lessons of the second year.
Grading rulesThere is a final written exam. it takes 90 minutes and consists of 40 multiple-choice questions.
Full argumentsThe main topics covered include: - math essentials - working with percents, fractions and powers (exponents). - Linear equations with an unknown number. - Analytic geometry: basic concepts. - Equation of a straight line. - Interpreting data: charts, graphs and tables.
Expected learning objectivescritical thinking basic math problems.
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CourseIDONEITA' INFORMATICA
Course IDGS0142
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2018/2019
Degree2025 - SCIENZE POLITICHE, ECONOMICHE, SOCIALI E DELL'AMMINISTRAZIONE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderVIGANO' Sabrina
TeachersVIGANO' Sabrina
CFU2
Teaching duration (hours)24
Individual study time 30
SSDINF/01 - INFORMATICA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Course categoryF - Stage e altre attività formative
Year1
PeriodAnnuale
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageitalian
AbstractThe course provides the knowledge and skills for the use of basic information technology with a focus on application consistent with the professional profile of the degree program.
Reference textsDennis P. Curtin e altri, Informatica di base, McGraw-Hill, ISBN: 9788838615375
Teaching targetsLearning the skills needed for effective use of the PC and the main application; ability to make use of IT tools for the management of communication and information in general.
Didattics MethodsLessons, practical exercises. Recommended attendance
Grading rulesWritten / practical exam
Full argumentsComputer architecture: CPU, peripherals, memories, performance Operating system Informative system Application software, word processing and spreadsheets Networking Internet and services Cloud computing IT security Digital identity, electronic signatures, Pec
Expected learning objectivesEffective use of the PC and the main application; ability to make use of IT tools for the management of communication and information in general.
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CoursePOLITICA ECONOMICA
Course IDP2217
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2018/2019
Degree2025 - SCIENZE POLITICHE, ECONOMICHE, SOCIALI E DELL'AMMINISTRAZIONE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderCASSONE Alberto
TeachersCASSONE Alberto
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDSECS-P/02 - POLITICA ECONOMICA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year1
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractMicroeconomic analysis for public policy Efficiency and equity Market, public intervention and alternative systems of resources allocation Market failure: public goods, externalities, information asimmetry, marginal decreasing costs Instruments for public policies: taxes, subsidies, voucher, ration coupons, direct regulation, licenses, permits etc. Tournaments and threshold definition Public policies and agents' behaviour Case studies in environmental social and health economics and policy The evaluation of public policy Cost-benefits analysis
Reference textsLecture notes and personalized reading list distributed at the beginning of the course.
Teaching targetsTo provide: - theoretical and methodological tools to analyze and evaluate public policies, - ability to recognize the characteristics of a social and economic issue exists and to assess the appropriateness of the possible instruments of public policy.
PrerequisitesEconomic
Didattics MethodsLectures. Attendance recommended.
Grading rulesOral examination.
Full argumentsMicroeconomic analysis for public policy Efficiency and equity Market, public intervention and alternative systems of resources allocation Market failure: public goods, externalities, information asimmetry, marginal decreasing costs Instruments for public policies: taxes, subsidies, voucher, ration coupons, direct regulation, licenses, permits etc. Tournaments and threshold definition Public policies and agents' behaviour Case studies in environmental social and health economics and policy The evaluation of public policy Cost-benefits analysis.
Expected learning objectivesChe gli studenti imparino qualche cosa: ad esempio, leggendo il giornale, saper riconoscere il tipo di problema che sta sotto una notizia relativa a una politica pubblica.
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CourseSCIENZA DELLA POLITICA
Course IDP1551
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2018/2019
Degree2025 - SCIENZE POLITICHE, ECONOMICHE, SOCIALI E DELL'AMMINISTRAZIONE
CurriculumAmministrazione pubblica e problematiche sociali della integrazione
CFU9
Teaching duration (hours)60
Individual study time 165
SSDSPS/04 - SCIENZA POLITICA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Course categoryA - Base
Year1
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
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CourseSCIENZA DELLA POLITICA
Course IDP0037
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2018/2019
Degree2025 - SCIENZE POLITICHE, ECONOMICHE, SOCIALI E DELL'AMMINISTRAZIONE
CurriculumAmministrazione pubblica e problematiche sociali della integrazione
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDSPS/04 - SCIENZA POLITICA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Year1
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
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CourseSCIENZA DELLA POLITICA
Course IDP1251
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2018/2019
Degree2025 - SCIENZE POLITICHE, ECONOMICHE, SOCIALI E DELL'AMMINISTRAZIONE
CurriculumScienze economiche e politiche europee
CFU9
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Year1
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
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CourseSCIENZA DELLA POLITICA
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Year of rule2018/2019
Degree2025 - SCIENZE POLITICHE, ECONOMICHE, SOCIALI E DELL'AMMINISTRAZIONE
CurriculumScienze economiche e politiche europee
CFU3
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 45
SSDSPS/04 - SCIENZA POLITICA
Course typeSegmento
Course categoryA - Base
Year1
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
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CourseSCIENZA DELLA POLITICA
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2018/2019
Degree2025 - SCIENZE POLITICHE, ECONOMICHE, SOCIALI E DELL'AMMINISTRAZIONE
CurriculumScienze economiche e politiche europee
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDSPS/04 - SCIENZA POLITICA
Course typeSegmento
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year1
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
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CourseSOCIOLOGIA
Course IDGS0145
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2018/2019
Degree2025 - SCIENZE POLITICHE, ECONOMICHE, SOCIALI E DELL'AMMINISTRAZIONE
CurriculumScienze economiche e politiche europee
TeachersFAVRETTO Anna Rosa
CFU9
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Year1
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractLessons empower students to use the lenses of Culture, Structure, Power to see sociology everywhere. Bringing theory and sociological concepts together,they help students move beyond an individual perspective to gain a sociological perspective.
Reference textsDavid Croteau e William Hoynes Experience Sociology, Mcgrow-Hill Edication, NY, 2016
Teaching targetsMaking the familiar new. Using a unique, contemporary framework of culture-structure-power, students learn to apply sociological concepts through familiar lenses. Paired with a proven, personal, and adaptive learning experience, students move beyond memorization of topics to develop their sociological imagination.
Prerequisitesnone
Didattics MethodsLectures
Grading rulesFinal exams: 3 discursive questions and answers, 1,30 h long
Full argumentsIntroduction to Sociology; Social research; Culture; Structure, social action and power; Social interaction, groups and organizations; Social stratification, classes, gender, and global inequalitie; Ethnicity and migration
Expected learning objectivesGeneral results: - autonomy of judgment - learning ability of sociological concepts Specific results: - knowledge of main sociological concepts - knowledge of main social processes and mechanisms
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CourseSOCIOLOGIA
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2018/2019
Degree2025 - SCIENZE POLITICHE, ECONOMICHE, SOCIALI E DELL'AMMINISTRAZIONE
CurriculumScienze economiche e politiche europee
CFU3
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 45
SSDSPS/07 - SOCIOLOGIA GENERALE
Course typeSegmento
Year1
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteALESSANDRIA
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CourseSOCIOLOGIA
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2018/2019
Degree2025 - SCIENZE POLITICHE, ECONOMICHE, SOCIALI E DELL'AMMINISTRAZIONE
CurriculumScienze economiche e politiche europee
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDSPS/07 - SOCIOLOGIA GENERALE
Course typeSegmento
Year1
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
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CourseSOCIOLOGIA DEI PROCESSI DI INTEGRAZIONE SOCIALE
Course IDP2231
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2018/2019
Degree2025 - SCIENZE POLITICHE, ECONOMICHE, SOCIALI E DELL'AMMINISTRAZIONE
CurriculumAmministrazione pubblica e problematiche sociali della integrazione
Teaching leaderZALTRON Francesca
TeachersZALTRON Francesca
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDSPS/07 - SOCIOLOGIA GENERALE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Year1
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageInglese
AbstractThe course aims to present and analyze the constituent elements and the different meanings that can be attributed to the processes of social integration through the analysis of the main sociological perspectives that have investigated the relationship between individuals and society.
Reference textsFor attending students Crespi F. (2002), "Il pensiero sociologico", Il Mulino Bologna, cap. 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 9 and material provided during the course For non- attending students Crespi F. (2002), "Il pensiero sociologico", Il Mulino Bologna, cap. 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 9 Cavalli A. (2016), "Incontro con la sociologia", Il Mulino, Bologna, cap. 2, 3, 4
Teaching targetsUnderstand and be able to argue the contents treated during the course Learn to use the concepts, the theoretical perspectives and the analytical tools in order to analyze and understand social phenomena, in this case referred to the processes of social integration.
PrerequisitesSociology exam
Didattics MethodsTraditional lessons and discussion groups
Grading rulesWritten exam
Full argumentsThe course includes the analysis and comparison of the way in which the "classics" of sociology (Durkheim, Weber, Marx, Simmel, Parsons and Mead) have treated the process of social integration in order to explain and provide tools for analysis of the relationship between individuals and society. The theoretical perspectives pertaining to the authors analyzed will be used and discussed critically through the analysis of cases that illustrate contemporary processes of social integration.
Expected learning objectivesKnowledge of the main sociological theories Ability to use theories to understand and interpret the processes of social integration
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CourseSOCIOLOGIA DELLE MIGRAZIONI
Course IDP1644
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2018/2019
Degree2025 - SCIENZE POLITICHE, ECONOMICHE, SOCIALI E DELL'AMMINISTRAZIONE
CurriculumAmministrazione pubblica e problematiche sociali della integrazione
Teaching leaderEVE Michael
TeachersEVE Michael
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDSPS/07 - SOCIOLOGIA GENERALE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Year1
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractThe course provides an introduction to the sociology of migration
Reference textsM. Ambrosini, Migrazioni, Egea, Milano 2017; M. Ambrosini, Sociologia delle migrazioni, Il Mulino, Bologna, 2011. F. Billari, G. Dalla Zuanna, La rivoluzione nella culla, Università Bocconi, 2008 (solo cap. 2) Non-Italian students can agree other texts with the teacher in English or French
Teaching targetsThe objectives of the course are that students should acquire: - some sociological concepts for understanding international and internal migration, their social consequences and relationship with other social phenomena; - the ability to read information in the media and the public debate critically; - the ability to interpret correctly simple statistical information about migration; - the ability to interpret some kinds of qualitative data such as extracts from biographical interviews; - knowledge of some of the sources of data on migration.
PrerequisitesThere are no formal pre-requisites; however, students should be used to reading academic texts in the social sciences
Didattics MethodsLessons. Attendance not compulsory but advised. Students should exercise themselves with material on the DIR website. Students can discuss materials together or with the teacher.
Other informationsPhotocopies; material on the DIR website
Grading rulesOral exam. Students should demonstrate their familiarity with the texts read, and their ability to apply notions learnt to empirical data and particular cases. Students may be asked to interpret simple quantitative or qualitative data.
Full argumentsThe course provides an introduction to the sociology of migration. It tackles issues such as: the causes of migration; the demand for migrant labour; the labour market of migrants and the question of competition with natives; government attempts to control migration flows; the “second generation” and the long term effects of migration. The objectives of the course are that students should acquire: - some sociological concepts for understanding international and internal migration, their social consequences and relationship with other social phenomena; - the ability to read information in the media and the public debate critically; - the ability to interpret correctly simple statistical information about migration; - the ability to interpret some kinds of qualitative data; - knowledge of some of the sources of data on migration. Apart from the texts below, material on the DIR website and photocopies in the Department library form part of the matial to be studied: M. Ambrosini, Migrazioni, EGEA Milano 2017; M. Ambrosini, Sociologia delle migrazioni, Il Mulino, Bologna, 2011. F. Billari, G. Dalla Zuanna, La rivoluzione nella culla, Università Bocconi, 2008 (solo cap. 2)
Expected learning objectivesUnderstanding of some concepts of the sociology of migration, linking them with basic knowledge in the social sciences more generally; ability to read simple quantitative and qualitative data; ability to read information on migration trasmitted by the media;
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CourseSTORIA DELLE DOTTRINE E DELLE ISTITUZIONI POLITICHE
Course IDP1257
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2018/2019
Degree2025 - SCIENZE POLITICHE, ECONOMICHE, SOCIALI E DELL'AMMINISTRAZIONE
CurriculumAmministrazione pubblica e problematiche sociali della integrazione
Teaching leaderINGRAVALLE Francesco
TeachersINGRAVALLE Francesco
CFU10
Teaching duration (hours)60
Individual study time 190
SSDSPS/03 - STORIA DELLE ISTITUZIONI POLITICHE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Year1
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractStandard 1:Theoreticals Problems of Western Theories of Sovereignity (History of political Thought) - 1.Aristotle, Politica III: the theory of forms of rule, the Letter to Alexander the Great on World-State; Polibius’ book VI and the theory of “mixed constitution”. The latin Middle-Age theories of soluta potestas - 2.Theories of absolutism founded on aristotelian political philosophy (N. Machiavelli, J. Bodin), anti-absolutists theories founded on aristotelian political philosophy (Mario Salamonio degli Alberteschi, J. Althusius) - 3.Theories of absolutism founded on philosophical mechanicalism (Thomas Hobbes, Jean-Jacques Rousseau) - 4.The consitutionalism: J. Locke and C. De Montesquieu - 5.I. Kant: cosmopolitism and the State based on the rule of law - 6.The federalism or the theory of shared- sovereignity: A. Hamilton - 7.Technocratic socialism: Saint-Simon; scientific socialism: the new reading of Rousseau’s Contrat social through the skill of french Convention of 1792. K. Marx e F. Engels and the social democracy. Lenin: State and revolution. The totalitarian socialism (Stalin). - 8.European liberalism: A. De Tocqueville e J. Stuart Mill. The problem of minorities’representation in italian parliament, C. F. Ferraris (1870); the elitist liberalism (G. Mosca, V. Pareto); the national liberalism of Max Weber; the ‘anti-liberal’ elitism (R. Michels) - 9.The radical critique of liberalism and democracy: F. Nietzsche and the ‘aristocratical radicalism’ (the critique of christianity as ‘democratic’ ideology and the critique of christianity in G. Bruno’s Cabala del cavallo pegasèo) - 10.The etnical or national democracy: the totalitarianism of German Natonalsocialism (Hitler) and italian fascism (Mussolini) - 11.The representative democracy: Hans Kelsen. 12.Il ‘governo del mondo’: Otto Neurath, International Planning for Freedom (1942), in Id., Empiricism and Sociology, Reidel, Dordrecht-Boston, 1973, D. Mitrany, A Working Peace System, Cambridge University Press,1943. The ‘globalism’: J. Habermas e D. Held.; N. Bobbio and the theory of Rights. Standard 2: Pratical of western forms of sovereignty (History of political Institutions) -The concept of History of political institutions -The political Institutions of 'Ancien Régime' -Institutions of revolutions: America and France -Institutions of napoleonian age -Political Institutions of Europe from 1814 to 1848 -From Liberalism to democracy (1848-1914) the Totalitarianism -Institutions of Welfare -International Institutions: NU and EU; the State in the global society.
Reference textsSTANDARD 1: A.Ryan, On Politics: A History of political Thought . From Herodotus to the Present, London, Penguin Books, 2013 (exclusively the Authors indicated in Contents (“Contenuti”) J. Dunn, The History of political Thought and others Essays, Cambridge University Press, 1979 (exclusively The History of political Thought) J. Althusius, Politica, an abridged translation of Politics methodically set forh and illustrated with sacred and profane examples; edited and translated with an introduction by Frederick S. Carney; foreword by Daniel J. Elazar, Indianapolis, Liberty Fund, 1995 (ch. I, XVIII, XXXVIII). H. Kelsen, Essence and Value of Democracy, Rowan & Littefield, 2013. Otto Neurath, International Planning for Freedom (1942), in Id., Empiricism and Sociology, Reidel, Dordrecht-Boston, 1973 D. Mitrany, A Working Peace System, Cambridge University Press,1943. STANDARD 2 J. B. Shennan, The Origins of the Modern European State 1450-1725 C. S. Maier, Leviathan 2.0, Harvard University Press, Cambridge (Massachussets), 2012 M. Clark, Modern Italy, 1871 to the Present, Pearson Education, 2008
Teaching targetsLearning of basic outlines of western theories and institutions of sovereignty from the nation-State to global governance even through a explanatory paraphrasis of the books marked in “testi di riferimento”.
PrerequisitesNone
Didattics MethodsThe course is organized through ‘frontal lesson’. To frequent is recommended.
Other informationsThe lessons should be followed by many power-points visions concerning the logic plan of lessons. Such power-points should be posted in web-site of DIGSPES, section “Materiali Didattici”. Here should be posted many cards on subjects of lessons . In “Working Papers” of DIGSPES, section “Political Theory” is posted, moreover, the work of G. Bruno, La cabala del cavallo pegasèo, edited by G. Scalici. (for Standard 1) It is forsee the tutorship.
Grading rulesAt the end of 30 ours of each standardis forsee a written test . Otherwise, the test should be oral, according to the normal organization of examination (Appelli)
Full argumentsStandard 1. The course (concerning the western sovereignty’s theory), after a brief tractation about the greek, roman and latin Middle-Age tradition in political thought concerning the governance’s problem, focuses the soluta potestas in the modern age (discriminating between absolutism founded on aristtelian political philosophy and absolutism founded on mechanist political philosophy), his critique with the calvinistic ‘monarcomach’(Althusius) and the rise of federalism (theory of federalism – sharing sovereignty). Then, the rise of radical democracy and representative democracy the uncertainty of liberalism between elitism and democracy, the fidgets of democracy, hesitating between social democracy and ethnic democracy and the rise of the first think over the worl-governance and the possibility of global democracy, specially through the guardianship of human individuals rights. We shall reserve a place for an exposition of the most radical critique of liberalism and democracy in the thought of Nietzsche. Totalitarianism is vised as the wicked outcome of democratization in countries where the liberalism war not enough consolidated or at all inexistent (Italy and Germany, on the one hand, Russia, on the other hand). W have select the lectures most emblematics for an exibition of the road of concept “sovereignty”. Standard 2 The history of politicals institutions start from the structure of Ancien Régime-State as a complex of ‘dominations agreements’ and a power-system based on “jus dicere” ; we come on to examine how this complex, in French and mostly of European States, accordingly to napoleonian conquests, become a central-State (with exception of United Kingdom, and Russia of Czars); the U.S.A., founded on English common law, achieve, instead, a pattern of shared sovereignty based on a strong federal rule. We examine the liberalization of european States in XIX century and its democratization stimulated by industrialization: when the democratization is come in countries who liberals institutions are weak, some politicals systems are producing patterns of ethnical plebiscitary democracy - in Germany the III Reich- or patterns of national- plebiscitary democracy -in Italy the fascism or in Russia (Soviets Union)– the proletarian dictatorsip (totalitarian State). We should examine the Welfare State as cross-form rispetto with respect to the political systems of XX century in Europea n in U.S.A. With the outcome of second world war, as much in Europe garrisoned by U.S.A army and U.K. army, as in the Europe garrisoned by Russia’s army, we have a market and economy integration who extenuates the leading role of Nation-States and produce institutions who achieve a progressive world-government (neoregionalism and internationals organizations (NU, IMF etc.). We have selected some readings suitables for a description of practicals of western sovereignty fron XVI to XX centuries.
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CourseSTORIA DELLE DOTTRINE E DELLE ISTITUZIONI POLITICHE
Course IDP1378
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2018/2019
Degree2025 - SCIENZE POLITICHE, ECONOMICHE, SOCIALI E DELL'AMMINISTRAZIONE
CurriculumScienze economiche e politiche europee
Teaching leaderINGRAVALLE Francesco
TeachersINGRAVALLE Francesco
CFU9
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Year1
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractStandard 1:Theoreticals Problems of Western Theories of Sovereignity (History of political Thought) - 1.Aristotle, Politica III: the theory of forms of rule, the Letter to Alexander the Great on World-State; Polibius’ book VI and the theory of “mixed constitution”. The latin Middle-Age theories of soluta potestas - 2.Theories of absolutism founded on aristotelian political philosophy (N. Machiavelli, J. Bodin), anti-absolutists theories founded on aristotelian political philosophy (Mario Salamonio degli Alberteschi, J. Althusius) - 3.Theories of absolutism founded on philosophical mechanicalism (Thomas Hobbes, Jean-Jacques Rousseau) - 4.The consitutionalism: J. Locke and C. De Montesquieu - 5.I. Kant: cosmopolitism and the State based on the rule of law - 6.The federalism or the theory of shared- sovereignity: A. Hamilton - 7.Technocratic socialism: Saint-Simon; scientific socialism: the new reading of Rousseau’s Contrat social through the skill of french Convention of 1792. K. Marx e F. Engels and the social democracy. Lenin: State and revolution. The totalitarian socialism (Stalin). - 8.European liberalism: A. De Tocqueville e J. Stuart Mill. The problem of minorities’representation in italian parliament, C. F. Ferraris (1870); the elitist liberalism (G. Mosca, V. Pareto); the national liberalism of Max Weber; the ‘anti-liberal’ elitism (R. Michels) - 9.The radical critique of liberalism and democracy: F. Nietzsche and the ‘aristocratical radicalism’ (the critique of christianity as ‘democratic’ ideology and the critique of christianity in G. Bruno’s Cabala del cavallo pegasèo) - 10.The etnical or national democracy: the totalitarianism of German Natonalsocialism (Hitler) and italian fascism (Mussolini) - 11.The representative democracy: Hans Kelsen. 12.Il ‘governo del mondo’: Otto Neurath, International Planning for Freedom (1942), in Id., Empiricism and Sociology, Reidel, Dordrecht-Boston, 1973, D. Mitrany, A Working Peace System, Cambridge University Press,1943. The ‘globalism’: J. Habermas e D. Held.; N. Bobbio and the theory of Rights. Standard 2: Pratical of western forms of sovereignty (History of political Institutions) -The concept of History of political institutions -The political Institutions of 'Ancien Régime' -Institutions of revolutions: America and France -Institutions of napoleonian age -Political Institutions of Europe from 1814 to 1848 -From Liberalism to democracy (1848-1914) the Totalitarianism -Institutions of Welfare -International Institutions: NU and EU; the State in the global society.
Reference textsSTANDARD 1: A.Ryan, On Politics: A History of political Thought . From Herodotus to the Present, London, Penguin Books, 2013 (exclusively the Authors indicated in Contents (“Contenuti”) J. Dunn, The History of political Thought and others Essays, Cambridge University Press, 1979 (exclusively The History of political Thought) J. Althusius, Politica, an abridged translation of Politics methodically set forh and illustrated with sacred and profane examples; edited and translated with an introduction by Frederick S. Carney; foreword by Daniel J. Elazar, Indianapolis, Liberty Fund, 1995 (ch. I, XVIII, XXXVIII). H. Kelsen, Essence and Value of Democracy, Rowan & Littefield, 2013. Otto Neurath, International Planning for Freedom (1942), in Id., Empiricism and Sociology, Reidel, Dordrecht-Boston, 1973 D. Mitrany, A Working Peace System, Cambridge University Press,1943. STANDARD 2 J. B. Shennan, The Origins of the Modern European State 1450-1725 C. S. Maier, Leviathan 2.0, Harvard University Press, Cambridge (Massachussets), 2012 M. Clark, Modern Italy, 1871 to the Present, Pearson Education, 2008
Teaching targetsLearning of basic outlines of western theories and institutions of sovereignty from the nation-State to global governance even through a explanatory paraphrasis of the books marked in “testi di riferimento”.
PrerequisitesNone
Didattics MethodsThe course is organized through ‘frontal lesson’. To frequent is recommended.
Other informationsThe lessons should be followed by many power-points visions concerning the logic plan of lessons. Such power-points should be posted in web-site of DIGSPES, section “Materiali Didattici”. Here should be posted many cards on subjects of lessons . In “Working Papers” of DIGSPES, section “Political Theory” is posted, moreover, the work of G. Bruno, La cabala del cavallo pegasèo, edited by G. Scalici. (for Standard 1) It is forsee the tutorship.
Grading rulesAt the end of 30 ours of each standardis forsee a written test . Otherwise, the test should be oral, according to the normal organization of examination (Appelli)
Full argumentsStandard 1. The course (concerning the western sovereignty’s theory), after a brief tractation about the greek, roman and latin Middle-Age tradition in political thought concerning the governance’s problem, focuses the soluta potestas in the modern age (discriminating between absolutism founded on aristtelian political philosophy and absolutism founded on mechanist political philosophy), his critique with the calvinistic ‘monarcomach’(Althusius) and the rise of federalism (theory of federalism – sharing sovereignty). Then, the rise of radical democracy and representative democracy the uncertainty of liberalism between elitism and democracy, the fidgets of democracy, hesitating between social democracy and ethnic democracy and the rise of the first think over the worl-governance and the possibility of global democracy, specially through the guardianship of human individuals rights. We shall reserve a place for an exposition of the most radical critique of liberalism and democracy in the thought of Nietzsche. Totalitarianism is vised as the wicked outcome of democratization in countries where the liberalism war not enough consolidated or at all inexistent (Italy and Germany, on the one hand, Russia, on the other hand). W have select the lectures most emblematics for an exibition of the road of concept “sovereignty”. Standard 2 The history of politicals institutions start from the structure of Ancien Régime-State as a complex of ‘dominations agreements’ and a power-system based on “jus dicere” ; we come on to examine how this complex, in French and mostly of European States, accordingly to napoleonian conquests, become a central-State (with exception of United Kingdom, and Russia of Czars); the U.S.A., founded on English common law, achieve, instead, a pattern of shared sovereignty based on a strong federal rule. We examine the liberalization of european States in XIX century and its democratization stimulated by industrialization: when the democratization is come in countries who liberals institutions are weak, some politicals systems are producing patterns of ethnical plebiscitary democracy - in Germany the III Reich- or patterns of national- plebiscitary democracy -in Italy the fascism or in Russia (Soviets Union)– the proletarian dictatorsip (totalitarian State). We should examine the Welfare State as cross-form rispetto with respect to the political systems of XX century in Europea n in U.S.A. With the outcome of second world war, as much in Europe garrisoned by U.S.A army and U.K. army, as in the Europe garrisoned by Russia’s army, we have a market and economy integration who extenuates the leading role of Nation-States and produce institutions who achieve a progressive world-government (neoregionalism and internationals organizations (NU, IMF etc.). We have selected some readings suitables for a description of practicals of western sovereignty fron XVI to XX centuries.
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Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2018/2019
Degree2025 - SCIENZE POLITICHE, ECONOMICHE, SOCIALI E DELL'AMMINISTRAZIONE
CurriculumScienze economiche e politiche europee
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
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Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2018/2019
Degree2025 - SCIENZE POLITICHE, ECONOMICHE, SOCIALI E DELL'AMMINISTRAZIONE
CurriculumScienze economiche e politiche europee
CFU3
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 45
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CourseSTORIA DELLE DOTTRINE E DELLE ISTITUZIONI POLITICHE
Course IDP1256
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2018/2019
Degree2025 - SCIENZE POLITICHE, ECONOMICHE, SOCIALI E DELL'AMMINISTRAZIONE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderINGRAVALLE Francesco
TeachersINGRAVALLE Francesco
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDSPS/03 - STORIA DELLE ISTITUZIONI POLITICHE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year1
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractStandard 1:Theoreticals Problems of Western Theories of Sovereignity (History of political Thought) - 1.Aristotle, Politica III: the theory of forms of rule, the Letter to Alexander the Great on World-State; Polibius’ book VI and the theory of “mixed constitution”. The latin Middle-Age theories of soluta potestas - 2.Theories of absolutism founded on aristotelian political philosophy (N. Machiavelli, J. Bodin), anti-absolutists theories founded on aristotelian political philosophy (Mario Salamonio degli Alberteschi, J. Althusius) - 3.Theories of absolutism founded on philosophical mechanicalism (Thomas Hobbes, Jean-Jacques Rousseau) - 4.The consitutionalism: J. Locke and C. De Montesquieu - 5.I. Kant: cosmopolitism and the State based on the rule of law - 6.The federalism or the theory of shared- sovereignity: A. Hamilton - 7.Technocratic socialism: Saint-Simon; scientific socialism: the new reading of Rousseau’s Contrat social through the skill of french Convention of 1792. K. Marx e F. Engels and the social democracy. Lenin: State and revolution. The totalitarian socialism (Stalin). - 8.European liberalism: A. De Tocqueville e J. Stuart Mill. The problem of minorities’representation in italian parliament, C. F. Ferraris (1870); the elitist liberalism (G. Mosca, V. Pareto); the national liberalism of Max Weber; the ‘anti-liberal’ elitism (R. Michels) - 9.The radical critique of liberalism and democracy: F. Nietzsche and the ‘aristocratical radicalism’ (the critique of christianity as ‘democratic’ ideology and the critique of christianity in G. Bruno’s Cabala del cavallo pegasèo) - 10.The etnical or national democracy: the totalitarianism of German Natonalsocialism (Hitler) and italian fascism (Mussolini) - 11.The representative democracy: Hans Kelsen. 12.Il ‘governo del mondo’: Otto Neurath, International Planning for Freedom (1942), in Id., Empiricism and Sociology, Reidel, Dordrecht-Boston, 1973, D. Mitrany, A Working Peace System, Cambridge University Press,1943. The ‘globalism’: J. Habermas e D. Held.; N. Bobbio and the theory of Rights. Standard 2: Pratical of western forms of sovereignty (History of political Institutions) -The concept of History of political institutions -The political Institutions of 'Ancien Régime' -Institutions of revolutions: America and France -Institutions of napoleonian age -Political Institutions of Europe from 1814 to 1848 -From Liberalism to democracy (1848-1914) the Totalitarianism -Institutions of Welfare -International Institutions: NU and EU; the State in the global society.
Reference textsSTANDARD 1: A.Ryan, On Politics: A History of political Thought . From Herodotus to the Present, London, Penguin Books, 2013 (exclusively the Authors indicated in Contents (“Contenuti”) J. Dunn, The History of political Thought and others Essays, Cambridge University Press, 1979 (exclusively The History of political Thought) J. Althusius, Politica, an abridged translation of Politics methodically set forh and illustrated with sacred and profane examples; edited and translated with an introduction by Frederick S. Carney; foreword by Daniel J. Elazar, Indianapolis, Liberty Fund, 1995 (ch. I, XVIII, XXXVIII). H. Kelsen, Essence and Value of Democracy, Rowan & Littefield, 2013. Otto Neurath, International Planning for Freedom (1942), in Id., Empiricism and Sociology, Reidel, Dordrecht-Boston, 1973 D. Mitrany, A Working Peace System, Cambridge University Press,1943. STANDARD 2 J. B. Shennan, The Origins of the Modern European State 1450-1725 C. S. Maier, Leviathan 2.0, Harvard University Press, Cambridge (Massachussets), 2012 M. Clark, Modern Italy, 1871 to the Present, Pearson Education, 2008
Teaching targetsLearning of basic outlines of western theories and institutions of sovereignty from the nation-State to global governance even through a explanatory paraphrasis of the books marked in “testi di riferimento”.
PrerequisitesNone
Didattics MethodsThe course is organized through ‘frontal lesson’. To frequent is recommended.
Other informationsThe lessons should be followed by many power-points visions concerning the logic plan of lessons. Such power-points should be posted in web-site of DIGSPES, section “Materiali Didattici”. Here should be posted many cards on subjects of lessons . In “Working Papers” of DIGSPES, section “Political Theory” is posted, moreover, the work of G. Bruno, La cabala del cavallo pegasèo, edited by G. Scalici. (for Standard 1) It is forsee the tutorship.
Grading rulesAt the end of 30 ours of each standardis forsee a written test . Otherwise, the test should be oral, according to the normal organization of examination (Appelli)
Full argumentsStandard 1. The course (concerning the western sovereignty’s theory), after a brief tractation about the greek, roman and latin Middle-Age tradition in political thought concerning the governance’s problem, focuses the soluta potestas in the modern age (discriminating between absolutism founded on aristtelian political philosophy and absolutism founded on mechanist political philosophy), his critique with the calvinistic ‘monarcomach’(Althusius) and the rise of federalism (theory of federalism – sharing sovereignty). Then, the rise of radical democracy and representative democracy the uncertainty of liberalism between elitism and democracy, the fidgets of democracy, hesitating between social democracy and ethnic democracy and the rise of the first think over the worl-governance and the possibility of global democracy, specially through the guardianship of human individuals rights. We shall reserve a place for an exposition of the most radical critique of liberalism and democracy in the thought of Nietzsche. Totalitarianism is vised as the wicked outcome of democratization in countries where the liberalism war not enough consolidated or at all inexistent (Italy and Germany, on the one hand, Russia, on the other hand). W have select the lectures most emblematics for an exibition of the road of concept “sovereignty”. Standard 2 The history of politicals institutions start from the structure of Ancien Régime-State as a complex of ‘dominations agreements’ and a power-system based on “jus dicere” ; we come on to examine how this complex, in French and mostly of European States, accordingly to napoleonian conquests, become a central-State (with exception of United Kingdom, and Russia of Czars); the U.S.A., founded on English common law, achieve, instead, a pattern of shared sovereignty based on a strong federal rule. We examine the liberalization of european States in XIX century and its democratization stimulated by industrialization: when the democratization is come in countries who liberals institutions are weak, some politicals systems are producing patterns of ethnical plebiscitary democracy - in Germany the III Reich- or patterns of national- plebiscitary democracy -in Italy the fascism or in Russia (Soviets Union)– the proletarian dictatorsip (totalitarian State). We should examine the Welfare State as cross-form rispetto with respect to the political systems of XX century in Europea n in U.S.A. With the outcome of second world war, as much in Europe garrisoned by U.S.A army and U.K. army, as in the Europe garrisoned by Russia’s army, we have a market and economy integration who extenuates the leading role of Nation-States and produce institutions who achieve a progressive world-government (neoregionalism and internationals organizations (NU, IMF etc.). We have selected some readings suitables for a description of practicals of western sovereignty fron XVI to XX centuries.
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CourseComparative law
Course IDGM061
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2017/2018
Degree2025 - SCIENZE POLITICHE, ECONOMICHE, SOCIALI E DELL'AMMINISTRAZIONE
CurriculumAmministrazione pubblica e problematiche sociali della integrazione
Teaching leaderGRANDE Elisabetta
TeachersGRANDE Elisabetta
CFU8
Teaching duration (hours)60
Individual study time 140
SSDIUS/02 - DIRITTO PRIVATO COMPARATO
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Year2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageitalian
AbstractThe present course deals with legal globalisation, worldwide legal families and comparative legal methodology. Common law and civil law, as well as radically different legal systems, will be analyzed in the sake of giving to the student a critical understanding of her own (as well of other’s) legal setting and conceptual categories.
Reference textsFor students LMG NOT ATTENDING the course the textbooks to be studied are: 1) U. MATTEI- P.G. MONATERI, Introduzione breve al diritto comparato, Cedam ult. ed. 2) E. Grande, Guai ai poveri. La faccia triste dell'America, Edizioni gruppo Abele, 2017. 3) U.Mattei, Il modello di common law, Giappichelli, 2014. To be noticed: The text: Introduzione breve al diritto comparato by U. Mattei e P.G. Monateri is to be found on moodle, since it is out of print. The text: "Guai ai poveri" can be also bought online as a printed book or in e-book o kindle versions on www.edizionigruppoabele.it. For LMG ATTENDING students, class materials are given in class and are to be found online. For students ASPES the textbooks to be studied are: 1) U. MATTEI- P.G. MONATERI, Introduzione breve al diritto comparato, Cedam ult. ed. 2) E. Grande, Guai ai poveri. La faccia triste dell'America, Edizioni gruppo Abele, 2017. 3) U.Mattei, Il modello di common law, Giappichelli, 2014 limited to chapters capitoli: three, four, five, six, seven and nine. To be noticed: The text: Introduzione breve al diritto comparato by U. Mattei e P.G. Monateri is to be found on moodle, since it is out of print. The text: "Guai ai poveri" can be also bought online as a printed book or in e-book o kindle versions on www.edizionigruppoabele.it. Also for Aspes ATTENDING students, class materials are given in class and are to be found online.
Teaching targetsThe course aims at equipping the student with legal tools that are more and more necessary in a globalized legal landscape. It gives the students some basic notion of the world’s legal systems and deals in depth with some of them. It also aims at enlarging the student’s perspective about issues that a globalized world raises contstantly in order to make him or her able to cope with them. In sum the course aims at forming students as a global lawyers and players. Prerequisiti Nessuno Metodi didattici Il corso è organizzato con Lezioni frontali. Si farà uso di materiale multi-mediale. Il corso sarà eventualmente affiancato da documentari in lingua inglese sui temi affrontati nel corso La frequenza non è obbligatoria. Gli studenti frequentanti portano tuttavia un materiale differente all’esame, basato su testi e materiali forniti a lezione. Altre informazioni Il materiale per gli studenti frequentanti è caricato volta a volta sulla piattaforma multimediale del DIR Modalità di verifica dell'apprendimento Per gli studenti non frequentanti la prova finale sarà scritta e verterà su tre domande (una per testo) per ciascuna delle quali il candidato avrà mezz’ora di tempo, pe un totale di un’ora e mezza. Per i frequentanti sono previste due prove sui materiali analizzati e discussi a lezione. Una prima prova intermedia, sarà orale, ed una finale sarà scritta. Programma esteso Ad un'introduzione che illustrerà la funzione e il significato della comparazione giuridica farà seguito l’analisi della metodologia comparata e dei temi di micro e macro-comparazione oggetto di studio del comparatista, fra cui la circolazione dei modelli giuridici, i problemi della traduzione giuridica e la classificazione dei sistemi in grandi famiglie. Dopo un approfondimento dedicato all’importanza pratica dello studio del diritto straniero, si soffermerà in particolare l’attenzione sul tema della globalizzazione, e si approfondirà il diritto prodotto dal WTO e dai c.d. Wto plus. Seguirà l'analisi delle famiglie della tradizione giuridica occidentale e non. Si opererà un'indagine dei sistemi di civil law e di common law che, anche in prospettiva storica, metta in luce convergenze e divergenze - apparenti e reali - fra le due grandi famiglie giuridiche. Verrà poi dedicata attenzione alle famiglie giuridiche della tradizione non-occidentale, nonchè al tema delle nuove frontiere della comparazione con particolare attenzione agli apporti forniti dall'antropologia del diritto. Si approfondiranno gli aspetti fondamentali del diritto, volta a volta, islamico, africano, sud-americano e statunitense. The course aims at equipping the student with legal tools that are more and more necessary in a globalized legal landscape. It gives the students some basic notion of the world’s legal systems and deals in depth with some of them. It also aims at enlarging the student’s perspective about issues that a globalized world raises contstantly in order to make him or her able to cope with them. In sum the course aims at forming students as a global lawyers and players
PrerequisitesNone
Didattics MethodsThe course is tought in a conventional way, yet using many less conventional materials, like documentaries or online interviews. Attending calsses is not compulsory.
Other informationsMaterials for attending students are to be found on the website of the course
Grading rulesFor Non attending students there is a written exam of one hour and half, three questions, one for each texbook to be studied For attending students the exam is divided in two parts, one is an oral proof and the other one is a written exam
Full argumentsThe present course deals with legal globalisation, worldwide legal families and comparative legal methodology. Common law and civil law, as well as radically different legal systems, will be analyzed in the sake of giving to the student a critical understanding of her own (as well of other’s) legal setting and conceptual categories. The course aims at equipping the student with legal tools that are more and more necessary in a globalized legal landscape. It gives the students some basic notion of the world’s legal systems and deals in depth with some of them. It also aims at enlarging the student’s perspective about issues that a globalized world raises contstantly in order to make him or her able to cope with them. In sum the course aims at forming students as a global lawyers and players.
Expected learning objectivesBasic knowledge of the different legal systems as well as of the comparative methodology. Critical skills on the foundations of their own legal tradition.
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CourseCompetenze linguistiche dell'Unione Europea I
Course IDGS0180
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2017/2018
Degree2025 - SCIENZE POLITICHE, ECONOMICHE, SOCIALI E DELL'AMMINISTRAZIONE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
TeachersDAPAVO Roberto
CFU10
Course typeAttività formativa integrata
Course mandatorietyOpzional course
Year2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
Modules
Course ID Course SSD Teachers
GS0181 Inglese L-LIN/12 - LINGUA E TRADUZIONE - LINGUA INGLESE
GS0182 Francese L-LIN/04 - LINGUA E TRADUZIONE - LINGUA FRANCESE DAPAVO Roberto
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CourseInglese
Course IDGS0181
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2017/2018
Degree2025 - SCIENZE POLITICHE, ECONOMICHE, SOCIALI E DELL'AMMINISTRAZIONE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
CFU5
Teaching duration (hours)50
Individual study time 75
SSDL-LIN/12 - LINGUA E TRADUZIONE - LINGUA INGLESE
Course typeModulo di sola Frequenza
Course mandatorietyOpzional course
Course categoryA - Base
Year2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
Grading typeFinal grade
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CourseFrancese
Course IDGS0182
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2017/2018
Degree2025 - SCIENZE POLITICHE, ECONOMICHE, SOCIALI E DELL'AMMINISTRAZIONE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderDAPAVO Roberto
TeachersDAPAVO Roberto
CFU5
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 95
SSDL-LIN/04 - LINGUA E TRADUZIONE - LINGUA FRANCESE
Course typeModulo di sola Frequenza
Course mandatorietyOpzional course
Course categoryA - Base
Year2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
Grading typeFinal judgment
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractIl corso di Lingua Francese è suddiviso in due parti: nella prima si affronteranno gli argomenti grammaticali e le strutture morfosintattiche della lingua francese inerenti il livello A2 del QCERL. Nella seconda si offriranno nozioni di civiltà, un'introduzione all'analyse du discours socio-politique et des organisations internationales. Si forniranno altresì nozioni essenziali relative al Français des Affaires.
Reference textsPer la parte grammaticale: - Daniela Cornaviera, Entrez...en grammaire!, II ed., Torino, Loescher, 2012 - ISBN 97888583000404 - €. 15,50 Per la parte inerente il linguaggio specifico e il discorso socio-politologico-internazionale: - Rachele Raus, FESP: Le français pour les étudiants de sciences politiques. Il francese per i corsi di laurea politologici e internazionalistici, II ed., Napoli, Edizioni Giuridiche Simone, 2017 - ISBN 9788891415721 - €. 18,00 Per la parte di civiltà e il Français des affaires: - dispense a cura del docente. - Ivana Melo Faggiano, Martine Pelon, Profession Reporter. Civilisation, territoire, économie, littérature, Mondadori Education-Minerva, 2015 (Per specifici approfondimenti relativi al Français des affaires cfr. Jean-Luc Penfornis, Vocabulaire progressif du Français des Affaires, 2e éd., avec 250 exercices, Paris, CLE International, 2013 - ISBN 9782090381061 - €. 24,20) Per ulteriori approfondimenti: - Éliane Cloose, Le français du monde du travail. Approche spécifique de l'économie et du monde des affaires, 5e édition, Grenoble, PUG, 2014 - ISBN 9782706120466 - €. 21,00 - OFCE (Observatoire Français des Conjonctures Economiques), L'Economie française 2019, Paris, La Découverte, 2018 – ISBN 9782707197030 - €. 10 - Anne-Lyse Dubois, Béatrice Tauzin, Objectif express 1. Le monde professionnel en français. Nouvelle édition, A1/A2, Paris, Hachette, 2013 - ISBN 9782014015751 - €. 21,87 - Anne-Lyse Dubois, Béatrice Tauzin, Objectif express 2. Le monde professionnel en français. Nouvelle édition, B1/B2, Paris, Hachette, 2016 – ISBN 9782014015751 - €. 20,99 [Questi ultimi due testi pubblicati dalla casa editrice Hachette risultano utili alla preparzione del nuovo esame di Français des Affaires della Camera di Commercio di Parigi - CCI Paris Île-de-France - (https://www.lefrancaisdesaffaires.fr/). Nel 2017 la Camera di commercio di Parigi ha modificato l'impostazione dell'esame, basato non più prevalentemente sulle conoscenze, ma sulle abilità e competenze di azione. In Italia vi sono diversi centri affiliati alla CCIP in cui è possibile sostenere l'esame per ottenere un Diplôme de Français Professionnel (Alliance Française, Institut Français, Centri Linguistici di Ateneo ecc.). Qualora interessati, si invitano gli studenti a consultare il sito della CCIP per un elenco aggiornato delle affiliazioni italiane. (https://www.lefrancaisdesaffaires.fr/centres/italie/) ] Dizionari bilingui consigliati: - Edigeo (a cura di), Il Larousse Francese. Français-Italien / Italiano-Francese. Con CD-ROM, Milano, Rizzoli – Larousse – Sansoni per la Scuola, 2006. - Raoul Boch, Il Boch sesta edizione a cura di Carla Salvioni Boch. Dizionario francese-italiano / italiano-francese, Bologna, Zanichelli - Le Robert, 2014. - AA. VV., Garzanti. I Grandi Dizionari. Francese. Francese-Italiano / Italiano-Francese, Con CD-ROM, Milano, Garzanti Linguistica, 2014. Dizionario monolingue consigliato: - Le petit Robert 2018, Paris, Le Robert, 2018 Dizionario di specialità consigliato: - Jean Binon, Serge Verlinde, Jan Van Dyck, Ann Bertels, DAFA Dictionnaire d'apprentissage du français des affaires, Paris, Éditions Didier, 2001 (versione online all’indirizzo: http://www.projetdafa.net/)
Teaching targetsIl corso ha due obiettivi: da un lato il raggiungimento del livello A2 del QCERL, dall'altro l'acquisizione delle nozioni fondamentali di civiltà e del linguaggio specialistico (discorso socio-politico francese, Français des Affaires).
PrerequisitesNon sono previsti prerequisiti specifici di accesso. Tuttavia, si auspica una conoscenza di base della lingua francese (pari al livello A1 del QCERL).
Didattics MethodsLezioni frontali, esercitazioni linguistiche.
Other informationsGli studenti non frequentanti devono prendere contatti con il docente, preferibilmente ad inizo corso, per indicazioni e percorsi di studio individualizzati. Gli studenti del corso di laurea in Lettere potranno concordare un programma personalizzato. Corsi ed esami si svolgeranno in lingua francese.
Grading rulesL'esame sarà suddiviso in due parti: la prima sarà in forma scritta e verterà sugli argomenti grammaticali, morfo-sintattici affrontati durante le esercitazioni linguistiche. Il superamento della parte scritta è requisito indispensabile per l'accesso alla prova orale che riguarderà gli argomenti inerenti la civiltà, l'analisi del discorso socio-politico francese e del français des affaires tramite parti che verranno appositamente indicate dal docente e tratte dal testo di RAUS (2017), dal testo Le nouveau Profession reporter (2015) e dalle dispense fornite dal docente. Il voto finale è espresso in trentesimi ed è costituito dalla media ponderata fra la votazione ottenuta nella parte scritta e quella ottenuta nella parte orale.
Full argumentsPer la parte grammaticale: Gli argomenti previsti dal livello A2 del QCRL: Futur simple, l’imparfait, le passé composé Les verbes pronominaux Les gallicismes La comparaison simple Les adjectifs indéfinis (tout / toute / tous / toutes) Les adjectifs numéraux ordinaux Les adjectifs : place et accord Les possessifs : adjectifs et pronoms Les pronoms relatifs simples La mise en relief Les pronoms démonstratifs Le conditionnel de politesse Les pronoms compléments Les pronoms directs, indirects Les pronoms “y” (lieu) et “en” (quantité) La localisation temporelle : exprimer le moment d’une action, la fréquence (souvent, parfois, toujours, etc.) Utiliser quelques prépositions ou adverbes (pendant, pour l’instant), utiliser la conjonction de subordination “quand”. La localisation spatiale : utiliser les prépositions de lieu (situation, direction, provenance) et les adverbes de lieu. Les adverbes d’intensité (très, trop, etc.) Per la parte inerente la civiltà, il discours socio-politique e il Français des Affaires: Si procederà ad una campionatura di testi e di argomenti tratti dai seguenti manuali: -Rachele Raus, FESP: Le français pour les étudiants de sciences politiques. Il francese per i corsi di laurea politologici e internazionalistici, II ed., Napoli, Edizioni Giuridiche Simone, 2017 -Ivana Melo Faggiano, Martine Pelon, Le nouveau Profession Reporter. Civilisation, territoire, économie, littérature, Mondadori Education-Minerva, 2015 -dispense a cura del docente
Expected learning objectives- Il raggiungimento del livello A2 del QCERL - L'acquisizione delle nozioni fondamentali di civiltà e del linguaggio specialistico (discorso socio-politico francese, Français des affaires).
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CourseCompetenze linguistiche dell'Unione Europea II
Course IDGS0183
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2017/2018
Degree2025 - SCIENZE POLITICHE, ECONOMICHE, SOCIALI E DELL'AMMINISTRAZIONE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
TeachersSARACCO Caterina
CFU10
Course typeAttività formativa integrata
Course mandatorietyOpzional course
Year2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
Modules
Course ID Course SSD Teachers
GS0184 Inglese L-LIN/12 - LINGUA E TRADUZIONE - LINGUA INGLESE
GS0185 Tedesco L-LIN/14 - LINGUA E TRADUZIONE - LINGUA TEDESCA SARACCO Caterina
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Course IDGS0184
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2017/2018
Degree2025 - SCIENZE POLITICHE, ECONOMICHE, SOCIALI E DELL'AMMINISTRAZIONE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
CFU5
Teaching duration (hours)50
Individual study time 75
SSDL-LIN/12 - LINGUA E TRADUZIONE - LINGUA INGLESE
Course typeModulo di sola Frequenza
Course mandatorietyOpzional course
Course categoryA - Base
Year2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
Grading typeFinal grade
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CourseTedesco
Course IDGS0185
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2017/2018
Degree2025 - SCIENZE POLITICHE, ECONOMICHE, SOCIALI E DELL'AMMINISTRAZIONE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderSARACCO Caterina
TeachersSARACCO Caterina
CFU5
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 95
SSDL-LIN/14 - LINGUA E TRADUZIONE - LINGUA TEDESCA
Course typeModulo di sola Frequenza
Course mandatorietyOpzional course
Course categoryA - Base
Year2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractBasic grammar and lexis of German language
Reference textsH. PUCHTA, W. KREEN, Motive. A1. Kursbuch. Lektion 1-8. Con espansione online. Per le Scuole superiori. Hueber Verlag, €11,90. ISBN: 978-3190018802 H. PUCHTA, W. KREEN, Motive. A1. Arbeitsbuch. Lektion 1-8. Con espansione online. Per le Scuole superiori. Hueber Verlag, € 9,90. ISBN: 978-3190318803
Teaching targetsLevel A1.2 of QCER
PrerequisitesThe course is devoted to students, who have previous knowledge of German language
Didattics MethodsFrontal lessons
Other informationsThe course needs exercises at home
Grading rulesWritten exam (COMPULSORY to the oral one): 1) Grammar test 2) Reading comprehension with questions. Oral exam: Short interview about the topic of the course.
Full argumentsPersonalpronomen im Nom.; Konjugation Präsens heißen, kommen, sein, haben; Aussagesatz, Frage mit Fragewort, Ja/Nein-Frage; ja/nein/doch; Negation nicht / kein-; temporale Präposition am; bestimmter Artikel, unbestimmter Artikel, Negativartikel im Nom. Sing. Konjugation Verben auf d/t; Genitiv-s bei Namen; Inversion; Possessivartikel im Nom.; Nomen: Plural im Nom.; Wortbildung -in Konjugation: Verben mit Vokalwechsel e → i, ie; Konjugation mögen, möchten; Nomen: Plural unbe- stimmter Artikel, Negativartikel im Nom.; bestimm- ter/unbestimmter Artikel, Negativartikel, Possessiv- artikel im Akk.; Nullartikel; temporale Präpositionen um, von ... bis; Personalpronomen er /es /sie Modalverben müssen, können, wollen, dürfen; Konjugation Verben mit Vokalwechsel a → ä; Konjugation trennbare Verben; Pronomen man, niemand; Satzklammer Konjugation wissen; bestimmter Artikel im Dativ; lokale Präpositionen mit Dativ in, neben, an, auf, unter, über, hinter, vor, zwischen; modale Präposition für; Konjunktion denn; Personalpronomen im Akk. Datumsangaben; Imperativ; Possessivartikel, unbestimmter Artikel, Negativartikel im Dativ; modale Präposition von; Konjunktion deshalb; Präteritum von haben und sein lokale Präpositionen zu, von, bei, nach, von ... zu / nach; modale Präposition mit; Konjugation werden; Perfekt mit haben; Satzklammer Perfekt Perfekt mit sein; Frageartikel welch- und Demonstrativartikel dies- im Nom., Akk., Dat.; Verben mit Dat.; Personalpronomen im Dat.; temporale Präpositionen vor, nach, seit, ab; modale Präposition ohne; lokale Präposition gegen
Expected learning objectivesThe student will be able to speak about general themes of everyday life and to use a set of sentences to survive in Germany.
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CourseCompetenze linguistiche dell'Unione Europea III
Course IDGS0186
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2017/2018
Degree2025 - SCIENZE POLITICHE, ECONOMICHE, SOCIALI E DELL'AMMINISTRAZIONE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
TeachersDI VINCENZO Dilia
CFU10
Course typeAttività formativa integrata
Course mandatorietyOpzional course
Year2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
Modules
Course ID Course SSD Teachers
GS0187 Inglese L-LIN/12 - LINGUA E TRADUZIONE - LINGUA INGLESE
GS0188 Spagnolo L-LIN/07 - LINGUA E TRADUZIONE - LINGUA SPAGNOLA DI VINCENZO Dilia
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CourseInglese
Course IDGS0187
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2017/2018
Degree2025 - SCIENZE POLITICHE, ECONOMICHE, SOCIALI E DELL'AMMINISTRAZIONE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
CFU5
Teaching duration (hours)50
Individual study time 75
SSDL-LIN/12 - LINGUA E TRADUZIONE - LINGUA INGLESE
Course typeModulo di sola Frequenza
Course mandatorietyOpzional course
Course categoryA - Base
Year2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
Grading typeFinal grade
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CourseSpagnolo
Course IDGS0188
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2017/2018
Degree2025 - SCIENZE POLITICHE, ECONOMICHE, SOCIALI E DELL'AMMINISTRAZIONE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderDI VINCENZO Dilia
TeachersDI VINCENZO Dilia
CFU5
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 95
SSDL-LIN/07 - LINGUA E TRADUZIONE - LINGUA SPAGNOLA
Course typeModulo di sola Frequenza
Course mandatorietyOpzional course
Course categoryA - Base
Year2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageSPANISH LANGUAGE
AbstractLetras del alfabeto – Fonemas consonánticos y vocálicos del español - Características articulatorias de los sonidos del español – Alófonos de los fonemas consonánticos- Pronunciación y ortografía. Diptongos, triptongos, hiatos – Reglas de la acentuación. El Artículo – El Sustantivo – El Adjetivo – Pronombres Personales Sujeto - Pronombres Personales Complemento – Demostrativos – Posesivos – Indefinidos – Usos de muy/mucho – Numerales – Relativos – Verbos auxiliares: Ser, Estar, Haber, Tener – Hay-está/n - Ser y Estar con adjetivos – Preposiciones y locuciones de lugar - Usos de "para y por" – Algunas perífrasis verbales - Comparativos y Superlativos - Presente de Indicativo – Verbos regulares e irregulares - Verbos diptongados - Verbos de alternancia vocálica - Verbos con cambios ortográficos - Verbos pronominales y reflexivos – Marcadores de frecuencia y de secuencia – También/Tampoco - Pretérito Perfecto – Pretérito Imperfecto – Pretérito Indefinido – Pretérito Pluscuamperfecto – Usos y valores de los tiempos pasados - Contrastes en el uso de los tiempos pasados – Imperativo afirmativo - Morfología y usos del Futuro Simple.
Reference texts-González, M., Martín, F., Rodrigo, C., Verdía, E.,Nueva Edición - Socios 1, Curso de español orientado al mundo del trabajo, Libro del alumno y Cuaderno de ejercicios, Barcelona, Ed. Difusión, Nueva Edición. -González, M., Martín, F., Rodrigo, C., Verdía, E., Socios 1, Curso de español orientado al mundo del trabajo, Cuaderno de ejercicios, Barcelona, Ed. Difusión, Nueva Edición. -Gonzalo, José Ángel, (2011), Empresas, Colección Marca España, Barcelona, Ed. Difusión. Testi consigliati per l'approfondimento di contenuti grammaticali: -Castro, Francisca, (2010), Uso de la Gramática Española, Inicial, Madrid, Ed. Edelsa. -C. Campos Ch., D. Di Vincenzo, R. Odicino, 2016, Ejercicios de gramática española para italófonos, Utet Università. -VV. AA., Gramática básica del estudiante de español, (Niveles A1, A2 y B1), (2007), Barcelona, Ed. Difusión. -Dizionari consigliati:  VV. AA. Diccionario de Uso del Español Actual Clave, 2006, Ed. SM. -Tam, Laura, (2015), Diccionario Económico y Comercial Español-Italiano/Italiano-Español, Ed. Hoepli.
Teaching targetsThe course deals with the study of morphological and morphosyntactic structures, the communicative functions and specific professional language about work and communication fields. A focus on interaction techniques will be provided.
Didattics MethodsDuring the lessons the activities will be organized in frontal lessons, grammar exercizes, interaction, and production. The students will read socio-economical short articles.
Other informationsWRITTEN AND ORAL EXAM. In order to do the oral exam, students should first pass the written one. If the mark obtained by students is less than 24/30, on top of the ordinary programme, grammar questions will be asked.
Grading rulesFor the written exam, students must prepare grammar, communicative and socio-cultural contents of the textbook Socios 1, teacher's explanations, etc. No dictionary will be allowed. For the oral exam, in addition to the units of the textbook Socios 1, studets must prepare the book Empresas and be able to express their own opinions in the studied language.
Full argumentsLetras del alfabeto – Fonemas consonánticos y vocálicos del español - Características articulatorias de los sonidos del español – Alófonos de los fonemas consonánticos- Pronunciación y ortografía. Diptongos, triptongos, hiatos – Reglas de la acentuación. El Artículo – El Sustantivo – El Adjetivo – Pronombres Personales Sujeto - Pronombres Personales Complemento – Demostrativos – Posesivos – Indefinidos – Usos de muy/mucho – Numerales – Relativos – Verbos auxiliares: Ser, Estar, Haber, Tener – Hay-está/n - Ser y Estar con adjetivos – Preposiciones y locuciones de lugar - Usos de "para y por" – Algunas perífrasis verbales - Comparativos y Superlativos - Presente de Indicativo – Verbos regulares e irregulares - Verbos diptongados - Verbos de alternancia vocálica - Verbos con cambios ortográficos - Verbos pronominales y reflexivos – Marcadores de frecuencia y de secuencia – También/Tampoco - Pretérito Perfecto – Pretérito Imperfecto – Pretérito Indefinido – Pretérito Pluscuamperfecto – Usos y valores de los tiempos pasados - Contrastes en el uso de los tiempos pasados – Imperativo afirmativo - Morfología y usos del Futuro Simple.
Expected learning objectives-Es capaz de comprender frases y expresiones de uso frecuente relacionadas con áreas de experiencia que le son especialmente relevantes (información básica sobre sí mismo y su familia, compras, lugares de interés, ocupaciones, etc.) -Sabe comunicarse a la hora de llevar a cabo tareas simples y cotidianas que no requieran más que intercambios sencillos y directos de información sobre cuestiones que le son conocidas o habituales. -Sabe describir en términos sencillos aspectos de su pasado y su entorno así como cuestiones relacionadas con sus necesidades inmediatas. -Puede describir experiencias, acontecimientos, deseos y aspiraciones, así como justificar brevemente sus opiniones o explicar sus planes. -Es capaz de comprender los puntos principales de textos claros y en lengua estándar si tratan sobre cuestiones que le son conocidas, ya sea en situaciones de trabajo, de estudio o de ocio.
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CourseDIRITTO AMMINISTRATIVO
Course IDGS0232
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2017/2018
Degree2025 - SCIENZE POLITICHE, ECONOMICHE, SOCIALI E DELL'AMMINISTRAZIONE
CurriculumScienze economiche e politiche europee
Teaching leaderLOMBARDI Roberta
TeachersLOMBARDI Roberta
CFU12
Teaching duration (hours)66
Individual study time 234
SSDIUS/10 - DIRITTO AMMINISTRATIVO
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year2
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractThe course aims at investigating the dynamics of the relationship between the public administration and the private sector, focusing on the subjects and Institutions that have been significantly modified by the European laws and the jurisprudence of its Courts.
Reference textsFor the students attending lectures (LMG – ASPES – EMI): all the material given during the lectures (slides, jurisprudence, journal papers). The necessary background knowledge can by provided by M. Clarich, Manuale di diritto amministrativo, terza edizione, 2017, Il Mulino (relevant sessions will be indicated during the lectures). Alternatively, students may refer to E. Casetta-F. Fracchia, Manuale di diritto amministrativo, Milano, Giuffrè, 2017 (relevant sessions will be indicated during the lectures). For students not attending lectures (L.M.G. – ASPES) General session: M. Clarich, Manuale di diritto amministrativo, terza edizione, 2017, Il Mulino (the five first chapters); alternatively: E. Casetta-F. Fracchia, Manuale di diritto amministrativo, Milano, Giuffrè, 2017 (chapters I, II, III, V, VI, VII). Subject-specific session: G. della Cananea, C. Franchini, I principi dell'amministrazione europea, Giappichelli, III edizione, 2017 (chapters I, II, III and XI only). For students not attending lectures (EMI): G. della Cananea, C. Franchini, I principi dell'amministrazione europea, Giappichelli, III edizione, 2017 (chapters I, II, III, IV, V and XI).
Teaching targetsThe course will focus on some important elements of the present administrative law – principles, functions and procedures – to investigate, for each of them, problems, solutions, aporia and contradictions. During classes, you will examine and discuss a range of elements, including normative, jurisprudential, measures and doctrines. The discussion will have to be preceeded by the study of textbooks; the lecturer will provide the students with a reading list. The pedagogical method underpinning this course aims at providing the students with the ability to critically analyse the material and identify the dynamics and dimensions of the present administrative law.
PrerequisitesIn order to sit the exam of Administrative Law, the courses of Constitutional Law, Private Law and Institutions of Roman Law need to have been successfully completed.
Didattics MethodsCritical analysis of the administrative law, which is funded on the competency of the subject through the lectures and textbooks, but mainly achieved through an active participation of the students, stimulated through a problem-solving approach of the lectures.
Other informationsNone
Grading rulesFor students attending the lectures, there will be a written test, with three to four essay-type questions.
Full argumentsThe course will investigate the themes of the organization and of the administrative activity, focusing on the principles, dynamics of the discretional power, the procedure and on some cases of administrative measures.
Expected learning objectivesa) knowledge of the main institutions and principles of administrative law b) knowledge of the main models of administrative organization c) problem solving skills
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GIURISPRUDENZA (1602) - GM004 DIRITTO AMMINISTRATIVO I - ALESSANDRIA
SCIENZE POLITICHE, ECONOMICHE, SOCIALI E DELL'AMMINISTRAZIONE (2025) - P1616 DIRITTO AMMINISTRATIVO - ALESSANDRIA
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CourseDiritti, salute e contesti migratori
Course IDGS0022
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2017/2018
Degree2025 - SCIENZE POLITICHE, ECONOMICHE, SOCIALI E DELL'AMMINISTRAZIONE
CurriculumAmministrazione pubblica e problematiche sociali della integrazione
Teaching leaderFUCCI Stefania
TeachersFUCCI Stefania
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDSPS/12 - SOCIOLOGIA GIURIDICA, DELLA DEVIANZA E MUTAMENTO SOCIALE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Course categoryC - Affine o integrativo
Year2
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractThe course aims to present and analyze the main sociological approaches in health and illness, with particular attention to the concept of the right to health, as a subjective right. So, a part of the course will be dedicated to the study of exercise of this right by foreign people
Reference textsAttending students: Maturo, A., (2010), Sociologia della malattia. Un'introduzione, Milano, Franco Angeli (Chapters I, II, III) Further readings provided by the teacher during the course Non-attending students: Maturo, A., (2010), Sociologia della malattia. Un'introduzione, Milano, Franco Angeli (Chapters I, II, III). Colombo, E., (2006), Le culture della salute, in M. Bucchi, F. Neresini, Sociologia della salute. Carocci, Roma (available at the library). Crivellini, M., Galli, M., (2011), Il sistema sanitario italiano, in M. Crivellini, M. Galli, Sanità e salute: due storie diverse. Sistemi sanitari e salute nei paesi industrializzati, Franco Angeli, Milano (available at the library).
Teaching targetsKnowing and understanding the main sociological paradigms in health and illness, the concept of “right to health” as a fundamental right and its enforceability by foreign citizens
PrerequisitesBasic knowledges in sociology
Didattics MethodsLessons. Attendance recommended
Other informationsPowerPoint presentations
Grading rulesThe exam will be written, with open questions for the evaluation of the specific knowledges and the reprocessing skills of the students
Full argumentsThe first part of the course will be dedicated to the different perspectives of the sociology of health and illness. The second part, however, will be devoted to the analysis of the concept of the right to health intendes as a right recognized as fundamental, and in particular the means of exercising this right by foreign people.
Expected learning objectivesAbility to use sociological paradigms like glasses to interpret the social phenomena of health and illness
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CourseDiritto Amministrativo e Public Utilities
Course IDGS0017
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2017/2018
Degree2025 - SCIENZE POLITICHE, ECONOMICHE, SOCIALI E DELL'AMMINISTRAZIONE
CurriculumAmministrazione pubblica e problematiche sociali della integrazione
Teaching leaderLOMBARDI Roberta
TeachersLOMBARDI Roberta, GIUFFRIDA Armando
CFU12
Course typeAttività formativa integrata
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Year2
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
Modules
Course ID Course SSD Teachers
P1616 DIRITTO AMMINISTRATIVO IUS/10 - DIRITTO AMMINISTRATIVO LOMBARDI Roberta
GS0018 Public utilities e governo delle risorse comuni IUS/10 - DIRITTO AMMINISTRATIVO GIUFFRIDA Armando
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CourseDIRITTO AMMINISTRATIVO
Course IDP1616
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2017/2018
Degree2025 - SCIENZE POLITICHE, ECONOMICHE, SOCIALI E DELL'AMMINISTRAZIONE
CurriculumAmministrazione pubblica e problematiche sociali della integrazione
Teaching leaderLOMBARDI Roberta
TeachersLOMBARDI Roberta
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDIUS/10 - DIRITTO AMMINISTRATIVO
Course typeModulo di sola Frequenza
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year2
PeriodPrimo Semestre
Grading typeFinal judgment
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractThe course aims at investigating the dynamics of the relationship between the public administration and the private sector, focusing on the subjects and Institutions that have been significantly modified by the European laws and the jurisprudence of its Courts.
Reference textsFor the students attending lectures (LMG – ASPES – EMI): all the material given during the lectures (slides, jurisprudence, journal papers). The necessary background knowledge can by provided by M. Clarich, Manuale di diritto amministrativo, terza edizione, 2017, Il Mulino (relevant sessions will be indicated during the lectures). Alternatively, students may refer to E. Casetta-F. Fracchia, Manuale di diritto amministrativo, Milano, Giuffrè, 2017 (relevant sessions will be indicated during the lectures). For students not attending lectures (L.M.G. – ASPES) General session: M. Clarich, Manuale di diritto amministrativo, terza edizione, 2017, Il Mulino (the five first chapters); alternatively: E. Casetta-F. Fracchia, Manuale di diritto amministrativo, Milano, Giuffrè, 2017 (chapters I, II, III, V, VI, VII). Subject-specific session: G. della Cananea, C. Franchini, I principi dell'amministrazione europea, Giappichelli, III edizione, 2017 (chapters I, II, III and XI only). For students not attending lectures (EMI): G. della Cananea, C. Franchini, I principi dell'amministrazione europea, Giappichelli, III edizione, 2017 (chapters I, II, III, IV, V and XI).
Teaching targetsThe course will focus on some important elements of the present administrative law – principles, functions and procedures – to investigate, for each of them, problems, solutions, aporia and contradictions. During classes, you will examine and discuss a range of elements, including normative, jurisprudential, measures and doctrines. The discussion will have to be preceeded by the study of textbooks; the lecturer will provide the students with a reading list. The pedagogical method underpinning this course aims at providing the students with the ability to critically analyse the material and identify the dynamics and dimensions of the present administrative law.
PrerequisitesIn order to sit the exam of Administrative Law, the courses of Constitutional Law, Private Law and Institutions of Roman Law need to have been successfully completed.
Didattics MethodsCritical analysis of the administrative law, which is funded on the competency of the subject through the lectures and textbooks, but mainly achieved through an active participation of the students, stimulated through a problem-solving approach of the lectures.
Other informationsNone
Grading rulesFor students attending the lectures, there will be a written test, with three to four essay-type questions.
Full argumentsThe course will investigate the themes of the organization and of the administrative activity, focusing on the principles, dynamics of the discretional power, the procedure and on some cases of administrative measures.
Expected learning objectivesa) knowledge of the main institutions and principles of administrative law b) knowledge of the main models of administrative organization c) problem solving skills
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CoursePublic utilities e governo delle risorse comuni
Course IDGS0018
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2017/2018
Degree2025 - SCIENZE POLITICHE, ECONOMICHE, SOCIALI E DELL'AMMINISTRAZIONE
CurriculumAmministrazione pubblica e problematiche sociali della integrazione
Teaching leaderGIUFFRIDA Armando
TeachersGIUFFRIDA Armando
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDIUS/10 - DIRITTO AMMINISTRATIVO
Course typeModulo di sola Frequenza
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year2
PeriodPrimo Semestre
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractThe course deals with the study of relations between public administration and private individuals and of relations between public administrations.
Reference textsA. Crosetti, A. Giuffrida, Lineamenti di diritto amministrativo, Turin, Giappichelli, 2012, the following parts: Part One (all), Part Two (all), Part Three (only chapters XIX, excluding paragraphs 3, 4 , 5, 9 and XX (excluding paragraphs 8, 10, 12), Part Four (whole chapter XXIII except paragraphs 9, 10, 13).
Teaching targetsThe course aims to guide students in the study of the principles and rules of administrative law with particular reference to the organization and activity of the p.a. as well as in the knowledge of the conceptual categories through the guidelines of doctrine and jurisprudence.
PrerequisitesTo pass the Administrative Law exam, it is necessary to have passed the exams of Constitutional Law or of Public Law.
Didattics MethodsFrontal lesson
Grading rulesOral examination. For attending students there will be a pre-test, which will be communicated in class.
Full argumentsThe course will take into consideration the topics of the organization of the administrative activity in the light of the recent constitutional and legislative reforms, the European principles, norms and the jurisprudential training rules. Concerning the organization, will be analyzed in detail the historical evolution of the distinction between political orientations and management activities. Concerning the activity, will be in particular discussed the general principles of the Constitution relating to the administration, the administrative discretion, its procedure, the types of administrative measures, the regime of validity and effectiveness of the same, the public agreements, the self-defense, the contractual activity of the administration and liability regimes.
Expected learning objectivesa) knowledge of the main institutions and principles of administrative law b) knowledge of the main models of administrative organization
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CourseECONOMIA PUBBLICA EUROPEA
Course IDGS0312
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2017/2018
Degree2025 - SCIENZE POLITICHE, ECONOMICHE, SOCIALI E DELL'AMMINISTRAZIONE
CurriculumScienze economiche e politiche europee
Teaching leaderMARCHESE Carla
TeachersMARCHESE Carla
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDSECS-P/03 - SCIENZA DELLE FINANZE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Year2
PeriodAnnuale
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractUnderstanding basic concepts that economic theory developed to describe the functioning of the public Sector. Ability to use these concepts to analyse problems peertaining to the Italian oublic Sector.
Reference textsROSEN H.S., Scienza delle finanze , McGraw-Hill, Milano, 2014 (4° Ed.), chapters 1, 3, 4,5, 6,7, 8, 9,10,11,12,14,15, 18 (or the corresponding English version)
Teaching targetsEnlarge the vision about the functioning of the public Sector. Master basic tools used by economists to be able to quantify the dimension of the public Sector and its role in modern economies.
PrerequisitesThe student lacking basic economics should study first of all the appendix of the textbook.
Didattics MethodsLessons, exercizes, seminars
Other informationsAttendance recommended
Grading rulesWritten test, with yes-and-no questions, one exercize and one open question, in two hours time
Full argumentsPublic sector and public budget; Basic results of Welfare Economics. Public goods; Externalities Income redistribution; Public choice; Social insurance; Italian tax system.
Expected learning objectivesBeing able at selecting the relevant data to understand the problems of the public sector and at understanding the interactions of the latter with general economics.
Course borrowed fromSCIENZE POLITICHE, ECONOMICHE, SOCIALI E DELL'AMMINISTRAZIONE (2025) - GS0319 Economia pubblica europea - ALESSANDRIA
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CourseGoverno e governance dei sistemi produttivi
Course IDGS0013
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2017/2018
Degree2025 - SCIENZE POLITICHE, ECONOMICHE, SOCIALI E DELL'AMMINISTRAZIONE
CurriculumAmministrazione pubblica e problematiche sociali della integrazione
Teaching leaderPERULLI Paolo
TeachersPERULLI Paolo
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDSPS/09 - SOCIOLOGIA DEI PROCESSI ECONOMICI E DEL LAVORO
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyOpzional course
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year2
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractThe course introduces students into the knowledge of government and governance procesess related to contemporary production systems in Italy.
Reference textsP. Perulli, Il dio Contratto, Einaudi 2012 cap. 1 e 2. P. Perulli, Nord. Una città-regione globale, Il Mulino 2012.
Teaching targetsKnowledge of the government and governance of the Italian institutional systems, both central and local, related to contemporary production systems.
PrerequisitesSociology.
Didattics MethodsLessons, seminars. Attendance is strongly recommended.
Grading rulesOral exam.
Full argumentsThe course introduces students into the knowledge of the main transformations of contemporary production systems, from the point of view of the goovernment and governance models: global value chains, outsourcing, decentralizationa and delocalization, advanced production systems and so on. The emerging topic of the contractual relations between entreprises and institutions will be . analyzed in term of governance. A focus will be conducted on Northern Italy’s production systems
Expected learning objectivesfull knowledge of the learned topics.
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CourseINTEGRAZIONE INGLESE
Course IDGS0315
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2017/2018
Degree2025 - SCIENZE POLITICHE, ECONOMICHE, SOCIALI E DELL'AMMINISTRAZIONE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
CFU1
Teaching duration (hours)10
Individual study time 15
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryD - A scelta dallo studente
Year2
PeriodAnnuale
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
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CourseIstituzioni giuridiche e politiche europee
Course IDGS0302
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2017/2018
Degree2025 - SCIENZE POLITICHE, ECONOMICHE, SOCIALI E DELL'AMMINISTRAZIONE
CurriculumScienze economiche e politiche europee
Teaching leaderQUIRICO Stefano
TeachersQUIRICO Stefano
CFU9
Teaching duration (hours)60
Individual study time 165
SSDSPS/03 - STORIA DELLE ISTITUZIONI POLITICHE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Year2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractThe course aims at analysing the politico-institutional history of the European Union. In the first part, the course describes the history of European integration with particular reference for the institutional problems which characterized the establishment and the evolution of the European Communities and the EU. In the second part, the course examines the EU as a political and institutional system, focusing on its directive bodies and the most relevant European policies.
Reference textsU. Morelli, Storia dell’integrazione europea, Milano, Guerini, 2011 F. Attinà, G. Natalicchi, L’Unione europea. Governo, istituzioni, politiche, Bologna, Il Mulino, 2010 (only the parts indicated by the teacher). The teacher will supply further possible essays and materials during the course.
Teaching targetsThe course aims at showing nature and features of the European Union, by reconstructing the historical origins of its institutions and stressing their influence on the contemporary society, in the light of the idea that European integration is a key-concept in order to understand the public debate at the national level and the development of the international politics in the global age
PrerequisitesGeneral knowledge of the European history and modern and contemporary political thought
Didattics MethodsThe course will be mainly organized on the basis of traditional lessons, but it will also offer exercises and seminars. Attendance is suggested
Other informationsDuring the lessons, the teacher uses PPT files which the students will be provided of.
Grading rulesThe final exam will be oral. The teacher will discuss with the student the opportunity of programming a written intermediate test.
Full argumentsThe course aims at analysing the politico-institutional history of the European Union. In the first part, the course describes the history of European integration with particular reference for the institutional problems which characterized the establishment and the evolution of the European Communities and the EU. In the second part, the course examines the EU as a political and institutional system, focusing on its directive bodies and the most relevant European policies.
Expected learning objectivesStudents have to show a general knowledge of the European Union, its institutions and its policies.
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CourseLAW AND ECONOMICS - ITA
Course IDP1270
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2017/2018
Degree2025 - SCIENZE POLITICHE, ECONOMICHE, SOCIALI E DELL'AMMINISTRAZIONE
CurriculumScienze economiche e politiche europee
Teaching leaderRAMELLO Giovanni Battista
TeachersRAMELLO Giovanni Battista
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDSECS-P/02 - POLITICA ECONOMICA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Course categoryC - Affine o integrativo
Year2
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageitalian
AbstractThe course aims to sensitize students about the role of complementarity of institutions and particularly of legal institutions in the market system. The rules not only provide the framework for the action of economic agents but also representing the incentive system that determines the action of those who work in the economy. Since the introductory nature of this course, we will try to start from specific case studies from which to infer the central role of economic analysis in the study of institutions
Reference textsProgram and relative references will be distributed in class during the course
Teaching targetsThe student at the end of the course will have acquired a basic technical skills for being able to apply critically the economic efficiency tools to the institutions.
PrerequisitesThe course requires skills in microeconomics. Rudiments regarding the law are also welcome.
Didattics MethodsFrontal teaching
Grading rulesWritten exam - Oral exam
Full argumentsThe detailed program will be provided during the course.
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CourseLogiche e processi della Amministrazione
Course IDGS0014
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2017/2018
Degree2025 - SCIENZE POLITICHE, ECONOMICHE, SOCIALI E DELL'AMMINISTRAZIONE
CurriculumAmministrazione pubblica e problematiche sociali della integrazione
Teaching leaderPERULLI Paolo
TeachersPERULLI Paolo
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDSPS/09 - SOCIOLOGIA DEI PROCESSI ECONOMICI E DEL LAVORO
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyOpzional course
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year2
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractThe course introduces students into the logics and functioning of contemporary public administrations
Reference textsP. Perulli, il dio Contratto, Einaudi 2012 cap. 3 e 4. P. Wagner, Modernity. Understanding the Present, Polity Press, chapters 1,2,3,4,5
Teaching targetsStudents will develop in-depth knowledge of the main processes of contemporary public administrations.
PrerequisitesSociology
Didattics MethodsLessons, seminars. Attendance strongly recommended.
Grading rulesOral exam
Full argumentsThe course analyzes the main changes occurring in the public administrations of contemporary States produced by the crisis of the welfare systems and by the neo-liberal pressures. Privatization and contractarian ‘market’ production of public goods and services by the public administrations will be critically assessed. A final interpretation in term of crisis of capitalism-democracy relationship wil be proposed
Expected learning objectivesfull knowledge of the learned topics.
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CourseMACROECONOMIA
Course IDGS0233
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2017/2018
Degree2025 - SCIENZE POLITICHE, ECONOMICHE, SOCIALI E DELL'AMMINISTRAZIONE
CurriculumScienze economiche e politiche europee
Teaching leaderPONZANO Ferruccio
TeachersPONZANO Ferruccio
CFU9
Teaching duration (hours)60
Individual study time 165
SSDSECS-P/02 - POLITICA ECONOMICA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Course categoryC - Affine o integrativo
Year2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractThe classical theory: long-term economics The theory of growth: very long-term economics The theory of economic cycles: short-term economics The debate on macroeconomic policy Microeconomics for macroeconomics
Reference textsN.G. MANKIW, Macroeconomia
Teaching targetsProvide a good knowledge and mastery of macroeconomic theory
PrerequisitesNone
Didattics MethodsLectures and exercises
Other informationsTeaching materials available on the course web page. Every week we put the material on the topics covered during the same week: lectures, explanations on the most difficult passages or not investigated by the text. They are also assigned exercises to do and make it available on the web site solutions.
Grading rulesFinal written test with numerical exercises (21 points) and closed answers and questions (10 points). Duration: 1 hour
Full argumentsMacroeconomics as a science. The data of macroeconomics. National income: where it comes from and where it goes. Money and inflation. The open economy. Unemployment. Economic growth, I. Economic growth,
Expected learning objectivesProvide a good knowledge and mastery of macroeconomic theory
Course borrowed toECONOMIA AZIENDALE (1420) - EA018 POLITICA ECONOMICA - ALESSANDRIA
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CourseMETODI E TECNICHE DELLA RICERCA SOCIALE
Course IDP0014
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2017/2018
Degree2025 - SCIENZE POLITICHE, ECONOMICHE, SOCIALI E DELL'AMMINISTRAZIONE
CurriculumScienze economiche e politiche europee
Teaching leaderVAIUSO Dario
TeachersVAIUSO Dario
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDSPS/09 - SOCIOLOGIA DEI PROCESSI ECONOMICI E DEL LAVORO
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian language.
Abstract- Quick review of some notions of social science methodology and descriptive and inferential statistics. - Introduction to Stata software and/or R. - Theory of scala levels. - Management and processing of files. - Quality control and cleaning of data matrix. - Management of missing values. - Transformation and recoding of variables. - Construction of indexes and typologies. - Monovariate, bivariate and multivariate statistical analysis. - Introduction to the use of syntax.
Reference textsP. Corbetta, Metodologia e tecniche della ricerca Sociale, (1999), Il Mulino, Bologna. D. Vaiuso, Il Trattamento dei dati socio economici con Stata. Il software Stata, (2016), Carocci, Roma. Teacher's handouts.
Teaching targetsThe course aims to introduce students (even through numerous practical exercises) the principles, methods and techniques of social research and statistical analysis of data.
PrerequisitesIt is highly recommended to have passed the examination of statistics and social science methodology, if it is present in the curriculum.
Didattics MethodsComputer room with Pc, internet and intranet relationship teacher/students, Net Support software to enable students to see on monitor elaborations that the teacher plays on his computer (Master). The main topics of the course are available on the website, constantly updated, in the form of pages and downloadable files on home PC, to allow for easy enjoyment of the course also to students who can not regularly attend lessons in person. Opportunity to interact with the teacher meeting him 'person' or 'distance' (depending on constraints and preferences) in order to favour the understanding of the topics. The fruition of the course in synchronous mode (traditional classroom lessons or 'remote' with the ability to determine the hours in which to connect to the site to participate in the chat discussion in real time) and asynchronous (the topics are addressed by students in moments later than the teacher's explanation, through participation in in-depth forum) and the ability to interact with both the teacher and with other students (in person but also via chat, forums and email), allows students to achieve form of participation in the course and higher interaction to the level reached by the only traditional teaching methods.
Other informationsDuring the practical exercises (see: Objectives), students have to test, on the basis of the data available, the plausibility of the assumptions in the study and, whenever possible, are encouraged to formulate new hypotheses to be tested. It will be a final test, articulated in a written exam (on elements of theory) and a practical test through computer practice (on statistical procedure).
Grading rulesWritten and practical test. During the same examination session lasting up to two hours, there is a written part consists of some questions on topics of the course, while the practical part is composed of exercises to do, using STATA software and/or R, to save on the PC and to comment on the paper.
Full arguments- Quick review of some notions of social science methodology and descriptive and inferential statistics. - Theory of scala levels. - Introduction to Stata software and/or R. - Management and processing of files. - Quality control and cleaning of data matrix. - Management of missing values. - Transformation and recoding of variables. - Construction of indexes and typologies. - Monovariate, bivariate and multivariate statistical analysis: frequency distributions, contingency tables, analysis of variance, bivariate and partial correlation, simple and multiple regression and introduction to the use of syntax.
Expected learning objectivesThe purpose of the course is to favour the understanding and the application of main data management techniques and statistical analysis.
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CourseMETODOLOGIA DELLE SCIENZE SOCIALI
Course IDP0003
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2017/2018
Degree2025 - SCIENZE POLITICHE, ECONOMICHE, SOCIALI E DELL'AMMINISTRAZIONE
CurriculumAmministrazione pubblica e problematiche sociali della integrazione
Teaching leaderCARBONE Domenico
TeachersCARBONE Domenico
CFU8
Teaching duration (hours)60
Individual study time 140
SSDSPS/07 - SOCIOLOGIA GENERALE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Year2
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractThe course will present the main theories and methods of social research and it will be dived in three parts. The first id dedicated to the main paradigms of social research and to the ontological, epistemological and methodological issues. The second part is dedicated to the quantitative methods. The third to qualitative methods.
Reference textsCORBETTA Piergiorgio, Metodologia e tecniche della ricerca sociale. Second Edition, , Il Mulino, Bologna. Chapters: 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 9 10, 11, 12, 13, 14
Teaching targetsThe course aims to provide a good knowledge and capabilities on the main instruments of data detection and data organization
PrerequisitesNo formal requirements
Didattics MethodsThe course is organized in frontal lessons. Frequency is not compulsory but it’s strongly recommended.
Grading rulesThe final text is a written exam aimed to verify the student’s ability in theoretical and practical aspects of the discipline. It’s duration is 60 minutes and it consists of 5 close-ended questions and 3 open-ended questions
Full argumentsFirst Part - The scientific method and the methodology of social sciences - Ontological, epistemological and methodological issues within the social research - The paradigms of social research - Two different way to know social reality: quantitative and qualitative research Second Part - The path of a quantitative research - The survey - The questionaries’ construction. - The data detection - The data organization: CXV matrix - The univariate analysis - The bivariate analysis Third part - The qualitative research - The participant observation - The in-depth interviews - The documents analysis
Expected learning objectivesCapacity of planning, organizing and implementing a social research
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CourseMetodi quantitativi I
Course IDGS0202
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2017/2018
Degree2025 - SCIENZE POLITICHE, ECONOMICHE, SOCIALI E DELL'AMMINISTRAZIONE
CurriculumScienze economiche e politiche europee
Teaching leaderCALIMAN Tiziana
TeachersCALIMAN Tiziana
CFU8
Teaching duration (hours)60
Individual study time 140
SSDSECS-S/06 - METODI MATEMATICI DELL'ECONOMIA E DELLE SCIENZE ATTUARIALI E FINANZIARIE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Course categoryC - Affine o integrativo
Year2
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractFunctions of one variable. Equation and inequalities. Functions of one variable and their properties Simple functions and composite functions. Limits. Derivatives. Unconstrained optimization. Introduction to constrained optimization Introduction to Integrals
Reference textsF. Privileggi – “Matematica per l'economia” – Ed. Simone – ISBN 978-8824432870. L. Blume , C. Simon – “Mathematics for economists” – W.W. Norton & Co Inc. – ISBN 978-0393957334
Teaching targetsThis course in the Quantitative Methods is intended for students who plan to major in Economics or Policy Studies. Mathematical concepts include function studies, exponentials and logarithms, limits, ordinary and partial derivatives, techniques of integrals and optimization in both one and several variable
PrerequisitesSet theory
Didattics MethodsLessons Recommended attendance
Grading rulesIn the middle of the course there will be a preliminary written exam (31 points) and a second written partial exam will be held at the end of the course (to coincide with the first official appeal in January, always 31 points). For both the time available will be an hour and a half. The final grade will be the average of the two partial exams. In subsequent appeals will be one written total test of 31 points (time available two and a half hours). Who will have 24 grade or more, will, if he/she wants to improve their marks, access to an oral test.
Full argumentsFunctions of one variable. Equation and inequalities. Functions of one variable and their properties Simple functions and composite functions. Limits. Derivatives. Unconstrained optimization. Introduction to constrained optimization Introduction to Integrals
Expected learning objectivesThe student is expected to acquire the knowledge of the traditional instruments of mathematical analysis and the ability of using such techniques for the solution of economic problems
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CoursePROGRAMMAZIONE E CONTROLLO NEGLI ENTI PUBBLICI
Course IDP2061
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2017/2018
Degree2025 - SCIENZE POLITICHE, ECONOMICHE, SOCIALI E DELL'AMMINISTRAZIONE
CurriculumAmministrazione pubblica e problematiche sociali della integrazione
Teaching leaderFALDUTO Leonardo
TeachersFALDUTO Leonardo
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDSECS-P/07 - ECONOMIA AZIENDALE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Course categoryC - Affine o integrativo
Year2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractAccounting ordering local authorities: Consolidated Decree No. 267/2000, as amended (Tuel) - part of planning and control; harmonized accounting Decree No. 118/2011 and subsequent amendments Part A accounting principle used for budgetary planning, programming and financial management of local authorities The Audit Board Part B The internal control system
Reference textsFor part A The principle applied programming Annex 4/1 of Legislative Decree no. 118/2011 of Elizabeth Civetta, Ed. Maggs Publisher October 2016 Chapter 1 The principle applied programming The regulatory framework and the harmonization accounting paths programming Definition Programming content The qualifying characters of programming The programming tools of local authorities Chapter 2 The Single Programming Document DUP DUP ordinary simplified approval process DUP Chapter 4 The Executive management plan The Executive management plan Changes to the Executive Management Plan The argument Organ audit of local authorities will be carried out on the basis of teachers' material that will be made available to DIR For Part B Lecture notes on the internal control system
Teaching targetsUnderstanding of current legislation and the planning and control methods. Identification of tools for the implementation of the internal control system and the planning and control system for the management of the performance cycle.
PrerequisitesNone
Didattics MethodsLectures, cases and testimonies
Other informationsRecommended frequency
Grading rulesWritten test
Full argumentsPart A accounting principle used for budgetary planning, programming and financial management of local authorities The Audit Board Part B The internal control system - Purpose of internal controls - Organizational Tools - Strategic control - Management control - Supervision of financial balances - Control of administrative and accounting regularity - Control over subsidiaries - Quality control - Monitoring and reporting tools - Communications to the Court of Auditors
Expected learning objectivesKnowledges concerning the programme
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CourseSTATISTICA
Course IDP0023
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2017/2018
Degree2025 - SCIENZE POLITICHE, ECONOMICHE, SOCIALI E DELL'AMMINISTRAZIONE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderMARTINI Alberto
TeachersMARTINI Alberto
CFU9
Teaching duration (hours)60
Individual study time 165
SSDSECS-S/01 - STATISTICA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Course categoryA - Base
Year2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageInglese
Abstract• I fondamenti della statistica descrittiva (univariata e bivariata) • introduzione all’inferenza statistica • cenni all’inferenza causale
Reference textsNessun testo, dispense a cura del docente
Teaching targetsL’obiettivo formativo principale, da perseguire con buon senso, è includere nel background culturale dello studente la capacità di pensare ai problemi in termini quantitativi, partendo quali dati sono disponibili per rispondere a quali domande.
Didattics MethodsThe course is a mixture of theoretical lectures and exercises on concrete cases led by the teacher or a tutor. The texts of the exercises, as well as the lecture notes are provided by the teacher. Before each of the three exams, a facsimile of solved problems will be distributed, in order to orientate the study on the most important points
Other informationsinter5/6 consecutive hours of written exam would be too much for anyone. So the intermediate tests of March and May are not exemptions, are not optional, but are an integral part of the course the exam. Skipping even one is the same as not answering all the questions of an oral exam. The statistical tests are all "open books", ie you can bring everything, books, notes, handouts, calculators, laptops (not connected to the network). But it is necessary to watch over the mistake of believing that this allows you not to study. If you have not yet understood a concept when a test begins, you will certainly not understand it during those scarce two hours, despite the notes and handouts. The availability of notes and handouts helps to relax those who have studied and understood, but certainly does not save those who have not studied from disaster).
Grading rulesThe statistics exam is divided into two 90-minute written tests and a third one lasting twice as long180 minutes. This, responds to the need to stimulate the student to study a little at a time, even if he does not attend the lectures, and to keep up with the class. Then the statistics exam is divided into three tests placed at the end of each of the three modules in which the course is divided:, the first at the end of March, the second at the end of May and the third at the beginning of June . Two writte who cannot attend classe tests of 90 minutes and a third of 180 minutes. This responds to the need to stimulate the student to study a little at a time, even if he does not attend and keep up with the class. classes
Full argumentsFIRST MODULE (UNIVARIATE DESCRIPTIVE STATISTICS): TOOLS TO DESCRIBE A CHARACTERISTIC OF INTEREST. 1 variables and frequency distribution; 2 the average and the weighted average; 3 the median, percentiles and cumulated distributions; 4 variance and standard deviation; 5 the standardization of a variable and its uses; 6 normal distribution and standard normal distribution SECOND MODULE (BIVARIATE DESCRIPTIVE STATISTICS): TOOLS TO DESCRIBE THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN TWO CHARACTERISTICS 7 combined frequencies between two variables and double entry tables; 8 use of graphs to represent the relationship between two variables; 9 association between categorical variables; chi-square test; 10 the covariance and correlation between continuous variables; 11 the regression as a descriptive tool 12 interesting uses of regression THIRD MODULE (INFERENTIAL STATISTICS): FUNDAMENTAL TOOLS TO TEST THE STATISTICAL SIGNIFICANCE. 13 the central limit theorem (CLT) and sample distributions; 14 confidence intervals; 15 hypothesis testing; 16 testing the difference between means; 17 test the coefficients of a regression; 18 what can be learned from a regression.
Expected learning objectivesOn the basis of twenty years of experience I expect the following results: Top 25% proficient (30 or 30 cum laude) good students to whom we would like to offer a second course in statistics Next 50%: compliers (24-30) also study well, but what they are told to study, not a line more Botton 25% (18-24) here is you can find everything.
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CourseSTORIA MODERNA
Course IDP0365
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2017/2018
Degree2025 - SCIENZE POLITICHE, ECONOMICHE, SOCIALI E DELL'AMMINISTRAZIONE
CurriculumScienze economiche e politiche europee
Teaching leaderCERINO BADONE Giovanni
TeachersCERINO BADONE Giovanni
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDM-STO/02 - STORIA MODERNA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Year2
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractThe Course of Modern History intends to investigate the European and Western history through an analysis of historiography, sources and events, in a period from 1550 to 1850.
Reference textsFirst section: - C. CAPRA, Storia moderna (1492-1848), Firenze, Le Monnier Università, 2004. - R. BIZZOCCHI, Guida allo studio della storia moderna, Laterza, Roma-Bari, 2002 - P. PRODI, Introduzione allo studio della storia moderna, Bologna, Il Mulino, 2005. Sempre per la parte istituzioni è allo stesso modo fortemente consigliata la lattura di: Second section: - G. CERINO BADONE, Potenza di Fuoco, Eserciti, Tattica e Tecnologia nelle Guerre Europee dal Rinascimento all'Età della Ragione, Milano, Edizioni Libreria Militare, 2013. - D. GROSSMAN, On Killing. Il costo psicologico di imparare ad uccidere, Milano, Edizioni Libreria Militare, 2015.
Teaching targetsI expect that at the end of the course my students have developed a critical approach in studying History, carefully considering the role in history of men, politics and institutions.
PrerequisitesNone.
Didattics MethodsFrontal Lessons
Other informationsI will attend two lesson at the battlefield of Marengo (1800) and at the Fortress of Alessandria.
Grading rulesOral examination.
Full argumentsAfter a methodological introduction to the study of the discipline, the course aims to provide an overview of the main problematic issues related to the modern age with a focus on comparative political, social, religious and economic factors that have marked the path to modernity in the major countries of the Western world. The institutional part of the course is dedicated to illustrate the chronological coordinates and the socio-institutional structures of European history from the mid-fifteenth to mid-nineteenth century, reaching the turning point between the modern age and the contemporary age. Century. The monographic section is devoted to a typical phenomenon of the modern age: War. We will offer an analysis of different forms of european Warfare from XVI up to XIX Century, analyzing the development of operational and tactical level.
Expected learning objectivesI expect students to know how to cross data, sources, historiographic currents to compare past events to each other.
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CourseSociologia comparata delle famiglie
Course IDGS0025
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2015/2016
Degree2025 - SCIENZE POLITICHE, ECONOMICHE, SOCIALI E DELL'AMMINISTRAZIONE
CurriculumAmministrazione pubblica e problematiche sociali della integrazione
Teaching leaderBERTONE Chiara
TeachersBERTONE Chiara
CFU9
Teaching duration (hours)60
Individual study time 165
SSDSPS/08 - SOCIOLOGIA DEI PROCESSI CULTURALI E COMUNICATIVI
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Year2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractAfter a first orientation about definitions and main approaches in family studies, we will explore gender and generational relations, paying specific attention to the interrelations between institutional definitions and social practices. Family experiences and family models will be discussed in their relations with the economic, juridical and political contexts in which they have developed: in this respect, we will look in particular at the models of family relations which social policies in Italy and Europe assume and promote. A special focus will be devoted to discuss new configurations of the relations of intimacy, care and generation in a context of austerity policies, growing social inequalities and new conflict dimensions.
Reference texts1. Fraser, Nancy, La fine della cura, Milano, Mimesis, 2017 2. Saraceno, Chiara e Naldini, Manuela, Sociologia della famiglia, Bologna, Il Mulino, 2013, limitatamente ai capp. 1, 3 e 4. 3. Other texts will be provided during the course
Teaching targetsAbility to use and compare different models of explanation of diversity, change and conflict in family relations. Ability to identify the relations between family models and experiences and their economic, legal and political contexts. Ability to understand and carry out comparative analyses of family issues.
PrerequisitesSociology
Didattics MethodsThe course will include lessons, seminars and presentations by students.
Other informationsThe material used in the lessons will be available on the platform DIR.
Grading rulesOral exam. Those students who will attend at least 60% of the course will have the possibility of writing an essay in substitution of the texts under point 4.
Full argumentsAfter a first orientation about definitions and main approaches in family studies, we will explore gender and generational relations, paying specific attention to the interrelations between institutional definitions and social practices. The historical reconstruction will both concern changese in the construction of masculinity and femininity, and of the boundaries between genders, and changes in generational relations, namely in the constructions of childhood and parenthood. Family experiences and family models will be discussed in their relations with the economic, juridical and political contexts in which they have developed: in this respect, we will look in particular at the models of family relations which social policies in Italy and Europe assume and promote. A special focus will be devoted to discuss new configurations of the relations of intimacy, care and generation in a context of austerity policies, growing social inequalities and new conflict dimensions. An interdisciplinary seminar will address contemporary dilemmas in relation to social justice and care work and family relations.
Expected learning objectivesAbility to use and compare different models of explanation of diversity, change and conflict in family relations. Ability to identify the relations between family models and experiences and their economic, legal and political contexts. Ability to understand and carry out comparative analyses of family issues.
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CourseSociologia comparata delle famiglie
Course IDGS0204
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2017/2018
Degree2025 - SCIENZE POLITICHE, ECONOMICHE, SOCIALI E DELL'AMMINISTRAZIONE
CurriculumAmministrazione pubblica e problematiche sociali della integrazione
Teaching leaderBERTONE Chiara
TeachersBERTONE Chiara
CFU8
Teaching duration (hours)60
Individual study time 140
SSDSPS/08 - SOCIOLOGIA DEI PROCESSI CULTURALI E COMUNICATIVI
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Year2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractAfter a first orientation about definitions and main approaches in family studies, we will explore gender and generational relations, paying specific attention to the interrelations between institutional definitions and social practices. Family experiences and family models will be discussed in their relations with the economic, juridical and political contexts in which they have developed: in this respect, we will look in particular at the models of family relations which social policies in Italy and Europe assume and promote. A special focus will be devoted to discuss new configurations of the relations of intimacy, care and generation in a context of austerity policies, growing social inequalities and new conflict dimensions.
Reference texts1. Fraser, Nancy, La fine della cura, Milano, Mimesis, 2017 2. Saraceno, Chiara e Naldini, Manuela, Sociologia della famiglia, Bologna, Il Mulino, 2013, limitatamente ai capp. 1, 3 e 4. 3. Other texts will be provided during the course
Teaching targetsAbility to use and compare different models of explanation of diversity, change and conflict in family relations. Ability to identify the relations between family models and experiences and their economic, legal and political contexts. Ability to understand and carry out comparative analyses of family issues.
PrerequisitesSociology
Didattics MethodsThe course will include lessons, seminars and presentations by students.
Other informationsThe material used in the lessons will be available on the platform DIR.
Grading rulesOral exam. Those students who will attend at least 60% of the course will have the possibility of writing an essay in substitution of the texts under point 4.
Full argumentsAfter a first orientation about definitions and main approaches in family studies, we will explore gender and generational relations, paying specific attention to the interrelations between institutional definitions and social practices. The historical reconstruction will both concern changese in the construction of masculinity and femininity, and of the boundaries between genders, and changes in generational relations, namely in the constructions of childhood and parenthood. Family experiences and family models will be discussed in their relations with the economic, juridical and political contexts in which they have developed: in this respect, we will look in particular at the models of family relations which social policies in Italy and Europe assume and promote. A special focus will be devoted to discuss new configurations of the relations of intimacy, care and generation in a context of austerity policies, growing social inequalities and new conflict dimensions. An interdisciplinary seminar will address contemporary dilemmas in relation to social justice and care work and family relations.
Expected learning objectivesAbility to use and compare different models of explanation of diversity, change and conflict in family relations. Ability to identify the relations between family models and experiences and their economic, legal and political contexts. Ability to understand and carry out comparative analyses of family issues.
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CourseStoria del pensiero politico contemporaneo
Course IDGS0205
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2017/2018
Degree2025 - SCIENZE POLITICHE, ECONOMICHE, SOCIALI E DELL'AMMINISTRAZIONE
CurriculumScienze economiche e politiche europee
Teaching leaderBARBERIS Giorgio
TeachersBARBERIS Giorgio
CFU8
Teaching duration (hours)60
Individual study time 240
SSDSPS/02 - STORIA DELLE DOTTRINE POLITICHE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Year2
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian.
Abstract1) Major political currents in their starting phase, until the crisis and their transformation; 2) Past and present of the anarchist and libertarian mouvements; 3) the concepts of Power and Democracy and their problematic aspects; 4) the Liberation Thelogy and its mean authors.
Reference textsThe textbooks will be indicated by the teacher during the first lesson, planning specific and detailed paths for the students attending the course.
Teaching targetsThe course aims at providing the students with the interpretation instruments directed to understand the fundamental concepts of political philosophy and contemporary political thought, in the light of a historical-theoretical approach, but even with peculiar attention to the current socio-economic dynamics.
PrerequisitesNo preparatory course is required.
Didattics MethodsLessons and seminars. Possible tutorship.Attendance is recommended.
Other informationsSeminari di approfondimento per la comprensione dei testi e la discussione delle tematiche affrontate a lezione. Possibile visione di film e documenti inerenti agli argomenti trattati nel corso. Materiale didattico preparato dal docente (e discusso di volta in volta con gli studenti). Frequenza: Consigliata
Grading rulesOral exam.
Full arguments1) Major political currents in their starting phase, until the crisis and their transformation; 2) Past and present of the anarchist and libertarian mouvements; 3) the concepts of Power and Democracy and their problematic aspects; 4) the Liberation Thelogy and its mean authors.
Expected learning objectivesStudents are expected to assimilate the contents of the books and re-elaborate the subjects of the lessons on a critical basis, with particular reference to the history of political thought
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CourseStoria del pensiero politico risorgimentale europeo
Course IDGS0031
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2017/2018
Degree2025 - SCIENZE POLITICHE, ECONOMICHE, SOCIALI E DELL'AMMINISTRAZIONE
CurriculumScienze economiche e politiche europee
Teaching leaderMALANDRINO Corrado
TeachersMALANDRINO Corrado
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDSPS/02 - STORIA DELLE DOTTRINE POLITICHE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyOpzional course
Year2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageitalian
AbstractHistory of the political thought of the Risorgimento in the European context The course aims at promoting a reflection on the meaning of the Risorgimento in the Italian and European history during the XIX century, even in the light of the contribution by the new historiographical schools that criticized in the last decades the deterministic and teleological interpretations of the Risorgimento within the unification and the democratizing modernization of Italy. The biography and the political activity of Urbano Rattazzi will be deeply analysed.
Reference textsF. Tuccari, La nazione, Roma-Bari, Laterza, 2000, ch.I; P. Bagnoli, L'idea dell'Italia 1815-1861, Reggio Emilia, Diabasis, 2007, ch. I; L. Riall, Il Risorgimento. Storia e interpretazioni, Roma, Donzelli, 1997 (ch. I-II); C. Malandrino, Il Risorgimento italiano fra storia, interpretazioni, innovazioni. Contributi a un dibattito aperto, in: Garibaldi, Rattazzi e l'unità dell'Italia, a cura di C. Malandrino e S. Quirico, Torino, Claudiana, 2011, pp. 9-41; C. Malandrino, Lineamenti del pensiero politico di Urbano Rattazzi. Unità nazionale, costituzione e laicità dello Stato, "temperato progresso", Milano, Giuffré Editore, 2014. The teacher will supply further possible essays and materials during the course.
Teaching targetsThe students will learn the history of political thought during the Risorgimento and its role in the Italian and European history. The students will know the political ideas of the Risorgimento, with particular reference to the history of theories and movements appeared in Piedmont and in Alessandria during the XIX century
PrerequisitesGeneral knowledge of the modern and contemporary history and the most relevant political theories
Didattics MethodsThe course will be mainly organized on the basis of traditional lessons by the teacher, but it will offer even exercises and seminars. Attendance is suggested
Other informationsDuring the lessons, the teacher will use some slides, that the students will receive to prepare the exam.
Grading rulesThe final written exam will be composed of: 2 questions to answer in 20 lines (each of them will give 8 pt. max.); 4 questions to answer in 4-5 lines (2 pt.); 6 further questions – yes-no, multiple choice, etc. (1 pt.). The exam will last 2 hours. The students that skip or do not pass the written test will do an oral exam in the following dates
Full argumentsThe course aims at promoting a reflection on the meaning of the Risorgimento in the Italian and European history during the XIX century, even in the light of the contribution by the new historiographical schools that criticized in the last decades the deterministic and teleological interpretations of the Risorgimento within the unification and the democratizing modernization of Italy. The biography and the political activity of Urbano Rattazzi will be deeply analysed. In particular, the key-features of his political thought and historical experience will be examined by discussing in class some texts concerning: the alliance with Cavour; the judgement about the I Independence War; the laic legislation and the ecclesiastical reforms; the communal and provincial legislation; the Lamarmora-Rattazzi’s government; the transfer of Nice and Savoy; the conflict with Ricasoli; the Rattazzi’s governments and the conflict with Garibaldi
Expected learning objectivesThe Learning of the history of political thought during the Risorgimento and its role in the Italian and European history.
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CourseStoria e metodologia del pensiero politico moderno
Course IDGS0030
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2017/2018
Degree2025 - SCIENZE POLITICHE, ECONOMICHE, SOCIALI E DELL'AMMINISTRAZIONE
CurriculumScienze economiche e politiche europee
Teaching leaderMALANDRINO Corrado
TeachersMALANDRINO Corrado
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDSPS/02 - STORIA DELLE DOTTRINE POLITICHE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyOpzional course
Year2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractHistory and methodology of the modern political thought The course focuses on the principal historical and political methodologies, starting from the problems of researching and evaluating the sources in the modern and contemporary historiographical models. Particular attention will be paid to the application of those methodologies to the history of political and institutional thought of Johannes Althusius, even reading and commenting his works.
Reference textsF. Chabod, Lezioni di metodo storico, Laterza, Bari, 2004 (or last edition), pp. 49-142; J. Althusius, La politica. Una antologia, a cura di C. Malandrino, Torino, Claudiana, 2011 (ch. I, IX, XVII, XVIII, XXXVIII, XXXIX); C. Malandrino, Johannes Althusius (1563-1638), Torino, Claudiana, 2016. Other materials could be indicated by the teacher during the course.
Teaching targetsThe students will learn the methodologies used in the modern historical research and will deeply examine a classical author of the history of modern political thought: Johannes Althusius
PrerequisitesGeneral knowledge of the modern and contemporary history and the most relevant political theories
Didattics MethodsThe course will be mainly organized on the basis of traditional lessons by the teacher, but it will also offer exercises and seminars. Attendance is suggested
Other informationsDuring the lessons, the teacher will use some slides, that the students will receive to prepare the exam.
Grading rulesFinal written exam will be composed of: 2 questions to answer in 20 lines (each of them will give 8 pt. max.); 4 questions to answer in 4-5 lines (2 pt.); 6 further questions – yes-no, multiple choice, etc. (1 pt.). The exam will last 2 hours. The students that skip or do not pass the written test will do an oral exam in the following dates
Full argumentsThe course focuses on the principal historical and political methodologies starting from the problems of researching and evaluating the sources in the modern and contemporary historiographical models. The problem of the historical sources will be deeply examined in the light of the elaboration by F. Chabod. Some exercises will be realized about the methodologies for analysing the sources and most relevant false historical documents in the various epochs (the Donation of Constantine, the false memorandum of Mazzini, etc.) Particular attention will be paid to the application of those methodologies to the history of political and institutional thought of Johannes Althusius. The editorial history of his Political methodice digesta will be critically reconstructed. The theory of the consociationes will be explained even by reading and commenting text in class.
Expected learning objectivesThe Learning of the methodologies used in the modern historical research and will deeply examine a classical author of the history of modern political thought: Johannes Althusius
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CourseTeorie e sistemi politici
Course IDGS0299
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2017/2018
Degree2025 - SCIENZE POLITICHE, ECONOMICHE, SOCIALI E DELL'AMMINISTRAZIONE
CurriculumAmministrazione pubblica e problematiche sociali della integrazione
TeachersQUIRICO Stefano
CFU12
Course typeAttività formativa integrata
Year2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
Modules
Course ID Course SSD Teachers
GS0300 Sistemi politici contemporanei SPS/04 - SCIENZA POLITICA
GS0301 Teoria politica SPS/01 - FILOSOFIA POLITICA QUIRICO Stefano
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CourseSistemi politici contemporanei
Course IDGS0300
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2017/2018
Degree2025 - SCIENZE POLITICHE, ECONOMICHE, SOCIALI E DELL'AMMINISTRAZIONE
CurriculumAmministrazione pubblica e problematiche sociali della integrazione
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDSPS/04 - SCIENZA POLITICA
Course typeModulo di sola Frequenza
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
Grading typeFinal grade
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CourseTeoria politica
Course IDGS0301
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2017/2018
Degree2025 - SCIENZE POLITICHE, ECONOMICHE, SOCIALI E DELL'AMMINISTRAZIONE
CurriculumAmministrazione pubblica e problematiche sociali della integrazione
Teaching leaderQUIRICO Stefano
TeachersQUIRICO Stefano
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDSPS/01 - FILOSOFIA POLITICA
Course typeModulo di sola Frequenza
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractThis course analyzes the democratic model with both an historical and a theoretical approach. On the one hand, it shows the evolution of the idea of democracy in the ancient, medieval, modern and contemporary age, with reference to the thought of its supporters and its critics. On the other hand, the course examines principles, rules, mechanisms, actors characterizing liberal democracies during the period of crisis and transformation between XX and XXI century.
Reference textsS. Petrucciani, Democrazia, Torino, Einaudi, 2014. The teacher will supply further possible essays and materials during the course.
Teaching targetsThis course aims at discussing the central role democracy achieved in the European and Western culture, through a long path from the Ancient Greece to the contemporary age, and the crisis of the democratic model in the XXI century. As a consequence, students will be able to develop a critical spirit towards the political and social reality of our time.
PrerequisitesGeneral knowledge of the history of political thought.
Didattics MethodsThe course will be mainly organized on the basis of traditional lessons, but it will also offer seminars. Attendance is suggested.
Other informationsDuring the lessons, the teacher uses PPT files which the students will be provided of.
Grading rulesThe final exam will be oral. The teacher will discuss with the student the opportunity of programming a written final test.
Full argumentsThis course analyzes the democratic model with both an historical and a theoretical approach. On the one hand, it shows the evolution of the idea of democracy in the ancient, medieval, modern and contemporary age, with reference to the thought of its supporters and its critics. On the other hand, the course examines principles, rules, mechanisms, actors characterizing liberal democracies during the period of crisis and transformation between XX and XXI century.
Expected learning objectivesStudents should understand the origins and the features of the contemporary democracies, and the reasons of their crisis.
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CourseDIRITTO DELL'UNIONE EUROPEA
Course IDP0297
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2016/2017
Degree2025 - SCIENZE POLITICHE, ECONOMICHE, SOCIALI E DELL'AMMINISTRAZIONE
CurriculumAmministrazione pubblica e problematiche sociali della integrazione
Teaching leaderRUBINO Vito
TeachersRUBINO Vito
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDIUS/14 - DIRITTO DELL'UNIONE EUROPEA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Course categoryC - Affine o integrativo
Year3
PeriodAnnuale
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractThe course will analyse the main topics related to the EU institutional framework and the economic, political and juridical integration, in order to provide a comprehensive and dynamic survey of the current status of the European integration process. In particular the content will cover two different areas: the "general" part will analyse the EU institutions, sources (also in the perspective of the relationship between the two legal orders, both the European and the national ones), juridical procedures in the ambit of the ECJ jurisdiction, fundamental rights and the EU citizenship. The "special" part will be dedicated to the "four freedoms" (free movement of goods, people, circulation of capitals and the right of establishment) and to the related case-law of the EU Court of Justice.
Reference textsForeign students can use an handbook in English or in their mothertongue in agreement with the teatcher.
Teaching targetsThe course aims at transferring knowledge regarding the institutional structure of the European Union (institutions, sources, relationship with national legal orders, judiciary proceedings etc.) and the EU Single Market. At the end of the course students will have acquired the ability to express themselves without any difficulty and to have gained a good consciousness in the juridical analysis of the EU law, as well as of the European integration process (also from the perspective of further studies in the international law field). In particular, with regard to KNOWLEDGE: the course aims at providing students with an understanding of the European integration process and its historical, political, economic and juridical premises; knowledge of the EU institutional framework; elements of the juridical relationship between the European Union law and national legal orders; the proceedings in the ambit of the ECJ jurisdiction. With regard to COMPETENCES: the course aims at stimulating the critical assessment of the notions acquired, in particular through the analysis of European integration (also monitoring news reports about the European Union, an in-depth study of specific sensitive issues related to human rights or the analysis- from the juridical point of view- of current events etc.). Students' linguistic knowledge, ability to express juridical contents and to synthesize ideas will be improved by working in groups, by the analysis of the ECJ case-law and by issuing reports about relevant topics of the European Union discourse. With regard to ABILITIES: at the end of the course, thanks to the knowledge acquired, students will be able to solve cases related to the economic freedoms and the respect of fundamental rights in the European Union law; analyse rules, judgments, documents regarding the topics of the course with a good level of awareness and comprehension; develop a comprehensive overview of the European integration process and the rule of the European Union in the current global scenario.
PrerequisitesGeneral and specific prerequisites depends on the individual curriculum and the general structure of the degree. Students are invited to verify their position with the help of the Students Affaire Office.
Didattics MethodsLectures and group work dedicated to case-law, specific juridical issues, EU rules etc. Students will be invited to manage a press review dedicated to the European Union on-line (with the use of new social media) and will be encouraged to participate to debating groups on-line.
Other informationsStudents are highly reccomended to attend classes.
Grading rulesOral Exam. 3 questions: two questions about the "general part" and one dedicated to the Single Market issues. Questions may cover general issues or specific cases to be solved on the basis of ECJ case-law. During the course the teacher may decide to schedule intermediate tests for students who attend classes.
Full argumentsThe course is divided in two parts: the "institutional" analysis will cover the following topics: - the European integration process; and developments; the fundamental "values" of the European Union and their protection; - The EU institutions and the inter-institutional decision process (in particular: the European Parliament; the Council; the Commission; the European Council; the European Court of Justice; the European Central Bank etc.); the other EU bodies and agencies (e.g. the European Economic Social Committee; the European Committee of the Regions; the specialized agencies and their functions etc.); the powers of the EU; the principles of transferral, subsidiarity, proportionality, sincere cooperation, the inter-institutional equilibrium etc.; - the relationship between the European Union law and national legal orders (direct effect; supremacy etc.); - the jurisdiction of the EUCJ and the main judicial proceedings; - fundamental rights in the European Law; - the EU citizenship and its consequences on people in Europe. The "special" part will cover the following items: - free movement of goods; - free circulation of workers; - freedom to provide services and the right of establishment; - free circulation of capitals and freedom in investments. The teacher may focus on specific topics (also in a "monographic" way) in the ambit of the course.
Expected learning objectivesAt the end of the course students will have acquired the following skills: awareness of the European integration process in its historical, political, economic and juridical premises; knowledge of the EU institutional framework and of the sources of the European Union law; knowledge of the juridical relationship between the two legal orders and of the judicial proceedings in the ambit of the ECJ jurisdiction; knowledge of the "material" EU law (with specific reference to the four fundamental freedoms in the EU Single Market). Students must also demonstrate that they have acquired a good competence in terms of analysis of cases, texts or EU rules, capability to identify the fundamental elements of a specific topic (synthesis), find solutions to the most common issues in the ambit of the EU law and of its relationship with national legal orders/national rules. Furthermore students will have acquired the following abilities: skill at acquiring specific notions of EU law; skill at addressing and solving the most common case studies; the ability to make an autonomous assessment with regard to the current evolution of the European integration (also with reference to the analysis of news reports and the main juridical and political issues debated in Europe).
Course borrowed fromSCIENZE POLITICHE, ECONOMICHE, SOCIALI E DELL'AMMINISTRAZIONE (2025) - P0018 DIRITTO DELL'UNIONE EUROPEA - ALESSANDRIA
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CourseDIRITTO DELL'UNIONE EUROPEA
Course IDP0018
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2016/2017
Degree2025 - SCIENZE POLITICHE, ECONOMICHE, SOCIALI E DELL'AMMINISTRAZIONE
CurriculumScienze economiche e politiche europee
Teaching leaderRUBINO Vito
TeachersRUBINO Vito
CFU9
Teaching duration (hours)60
Individual study time 165
SSDIUS/14 - DIRITTO DELL'UNIONE EUROPEA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Year3
PeriodAnnuale
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractThe course will analyse the main topics related to the EU institutional framework and the economic, political and juridical integration, in order to provide a comprehensive and dynamic survey of the current status of the European integration process. In particular the content will cover two different areas: the "general" part will analyse the EU institutions, sources (also in the perspective of the relationship between the two legal orders, both the European and the national ones), juridical procedures in the ambit of the ECJ jurisdiction, fundamental rights and the EU citizenship. The "special" part will be dedicated to the "four freedoms" (free movement of goods, people, circulation of capitals and the right of establishment) and to the related case-law of the EU Court of Justice.
Reference textsForeign students can use an handbook in English or in their mothertongue in agreement with the teatcher.
Teaching targetsThe course aims at transferring knowledge regarding the institutional structure of the European Union (institutions, sources, relationship with national legal orders, judiciary proceedings etc.) and the EU Single Market. At the end of the course students will have acquired the ability to express themselves without any difficulty and to have gained a good consciousness in the juridical analysis of the EU law, as well as of the European integration process (also from the perspective of further studies in the international law field). In particular, with regard to KNOWLEDGE: the course aims at providing students with an understanding of the European integration process and its historical, political, economic and juridical premises; knowledge of the EU institutional framework; elements of the juridical relationship between the European Union law and national legal orders; the proceedings in the ambit of the ECJ jurisdiction. With regard to COMPETENCES: the course aims at stimulating the critical assessment of the notions acquired, in particular through the analysis of European integration (also monitoring news reports about the European Union, an in-depth study of specific sensitive issues related to human rights or the analysis- from the juridical point of view- of current events etc.). Students' linguistic knowledge, ability to express juridical contents and to synthesize ideas will be improved by working in groups, by the analysis of the ECJ case-law and by issuing reports about relevant topics of the European Union discourse. With regard to ABILITIES: at the end of the course, thanks to the knowledge acquired, students will be able to solve cases related to the economic freedoms and the respect of fundamental rights in the European Union law; analyse rules, judgments, documents regarding the topics of the course with a good level of awareness and comprehension; develop a comprehensive overview of the European integration process and the rule of the European Union in the current global scenario.
PrerequisitesGeneral and specific prerequisites depends on the individual curriculum and the general structure of the degree. Students are invited to verify their position with the help of the Students Affaire Office.
Didattics MethodsLectures and group work dedicated to case-law, specific juridical issues, EU rules etc. Students will be invited to manage a press review dedicated to the European Union on-line (with the use of new social media) and will be encouraged to participate to debating groups on-line.
Other informationsStudents are highly reccomended to attend classes.
Grading rulesOral Exam. 3 questions: two questions about the "general part" and one dedicated to the Single Market issues. Questions may cover general issues or specific cases to be solved on the basis of ECJ case-law. During the course the teacher may decide to schedule intermediate tests for students who attend classes.
Full argumentsThe course is divided in two parts: the "institutional" analysis will cover the following topics: - the European integration process; and developments; the fundamental "values" of the European Union and their protection; - The EU institutions and the inter-institutional decision process (in particular: the European Parliament; the Council; the Commission; the European Council; the European Court of Justice; the European Central Bank etc.); the other EU bodies and agencies (e.g. the European Economic Social Committee; the European Committee of the Regions; the specialized agencies and their functions etc.); the powers of the EU; the principles of transferral, subsidiarity, proportionality, sincere cooperation, the inter-institutional equilibrium etc.; - the relationship between the European Union law and national legal orders (direct effect; supremacy etc.); - the jurisdiction of the EUCJ and the main judicial proceedings; - fundamental rights in the European Law; - the EU citizenship and its consequences on people in Europe. The "special" part will cover the following items: - free movement of goods; - free circulation of workers; - freedom to provide services and the right of establishment; - free circulation of capitals and freedom in investments. The teacher may focus on specific topics (also in a "monographic" way) in the ambit of the course.
Expected learning objectivesAt the end of the course students will have acquired the following skills: awareness of the European integration process in its historical, political, economic and juridical premises; knowledge of the EU institutional framework and of the sources of the European Union law; knowledge of the juridical relationship between the two legal orders and of the judicial proceedings in the ambit of the ECJ jurisdiction; knowledge of the "material" EU law (with specific reference to the four fundamental freedoms in the EU Single Market). Students must also demonstrate that they have acquired a good competence in terms of analysis of cases, texts or EU rules, capability to identify the fundamental elements of a specific topic (synthesis), find solutions to the most common issues in the ambit of the EU law and of its relationship with national legal orders/national rules. Furthermore students will have acquired the following abilities: skill at acquiring specific notions of EU law; skill at addressing and solving the most common case studies; the ability to make an autonomous assessment with regard to the current evolution of the European integration (also with reference to the analysis of news reports and the main juridical and political issues debated in Europe).
Course borrowed toSocietà e Sviluppo Locale (2007) - P0976 DIRITTO DELL'UNIONE EUROPEA - ALESSANDRIA
SCIENZE POLITICHE, ECONOMICHE, SOCIALI E DELL'AMMINISTRAZIONE (2025) - P0297 DIRITTO DELL'UNIONE EUROPEA - ALESSANDRIA
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CourseDIRITTO INTERCULTURALE
Course IDGI0009
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2016/2017
Degree2025 - SCIENZE POLITICHE, ECONOMICHE, SOCIALI E DELL'AMMINISTRAZIONE
CurriculumAmministrazione pubblica e problematiche sociali della integrazione
Teaching leaderMAZZOLA Roberto
TeachersMAZZOLA Roberto
CFU10
Teaching duration (hours)60
Individual study time 190
SSDIUS/09 - ISTITUZIONI DI DIRITTO PUBBLICO
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Year3
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractThe program of Interculturly Law shall examine the problems of the multicultural society. Particularly: rising intolerance; discrimination; problems of Identity; trailis of accommodation and solution some conflict; religious freedom and citizenship
Reference textsProgram exam for the attendances : ♦ Articles and cause law about the problems exemined in the course. Program exam for the unattendances N. Colaianni, Diritto pubblico delle religioni. Eguaglianza e differenze nello Stato costituzionale, il Mulino, Bologna, 2012, pp. 317.
Teaching targetsKnowlwge of principals problems about the pluralist societies; education to more mature citizenship; better sensibility and competence about the themes of the racism and the discrimination for etnic and religious reasons; knowledge some normative and the case law in subject as national level as international context; knowledge of the case law, as national as international in subject of religious freedom and antidiscrimination law; better ability to face the dynamic connected intersoggetives to the trials multiculturali.
PrerequisitesNothing
Didattics MethodsTraditional lecture room. Mandatory partecipation in two-third of the lessons
Other informationsThe course will be supported by multimediali tools (DVD, Youtube, Skype) and it will use some competences of external teachers in the class room or in connection whit Skype. Some lessons could be conducted in strangers languages
Grading rulesThe verification of the learning will be realize : a) In class room during the course through the evaluation of the degree of share some students about the problems examined b) In the text examination where to will check three abilities: i) knowledge of the cases law, and some juridical rules examined in the course; ii) reasoning skills about the juridical and social problems; iii) ability of analysis some politics and social problems;
Full argumentsThe main subject of the book is the relationship between discursively shaped social relations, entrenched in the principle of mutual recognition, and the need to punish the perpetrators of communication disruption, involving the commission of an offence in multicultural societies. This work analyses the problem of the intercultural nature of legal discourse and the dispute about the universality of human rights. The author raises the question – crucial yet complicated from a legal and, above all, philosophical and ethical perspective – whether Western societies are entitled to judge the representatives of other, distant, and distinct cultures and to subject this judgment to the relevant sanctions. The answer to that question is sought in universal human rights, which – whilst being grounded in human dignity and meeting the standards of civil society – restore confidence of the victims of rights violation in the correctness and effectiveness of the rules governing the modern world. The answer to this question also has an important practical value, since the negative outcome calls into question the jurisdiction of international criminal tribunals. Key words: Multiculturalism – Legal discourse – Discourse ethics – Criminal law – Punishment – – Cultural defence – Human rights – Mutual recognition – Cosmopolitan norms – Human dignity – Political constructivism – Constructivist community
Expected learning objectivesTo give a critical and more mature citizenship
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CourseDiritti, salute e contesti migratori
Course IDGS0022
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2016/2017
Degree2025 - SCIENZE POLITICHE, ECONOMICHE, SOCIALI E DELL'AMMINISTRAZIONE
CurriculumAmministrazione pubblica e problematiche sociali della integrazione
Teaching leaderFUCCI Stefania
TeachersFUCCI Stefania
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDSPS/12 - SOCIOLOGIA GIURIDICA, DELLA DEVIANZA E MUTAMENTO SOCIALE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Course categoryC - Affine o integrativo
Year3
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractThe course aims to present and analyze the main sociological approaches in health and illness, with particular attention to the concept of the right to health, as a subjective right. So, a part of the course will be dedicated to the study of exercise of this right by foreign people
Reference textsAttending students: Maturo, A., (2010), Sociologia della malattia. Un'introduzione, Milano, Franco Angeli (Chapters I, II, III) Further readings provided by the teacher during the course Non-attending students: Maturo, A., (2010), Sociologia della malattia. Un'introduzione, Milano, Franco Angeli (Chapters I, II, III). Colombo, E., (2006), Le culture della salute, in M. Bucchi, F. Neresini, Sociologia della salute. Carocci, Roma (available at the library). Crivellini, M., Galli, M., (2011), Il sistema sanitario italiano, in M. Crivellini, M. Galli, Sanità e salute: due storie diverse. Sistemi sanitari e salute nei paesi industrializzati, Franco Angeli, Milano (available at the library).
Teaching targetsKnowing and understanding the main sociological paradigms in health and illness, the concept of “right to health” as a fundamental right and its enforceability by foreign citizens
PrerequisitesBasic knowledges in sociology
Didattics MethodsLessons. Attendance recommended
Other informationsPowerPoint presentations
Grading rulesThe exam will be written, with open questions for the evaluation of the specific knowledges and the reprocessing skills of the students
Full argumentsThe first part of the course will be dedicated to the different perspectives of the sociology of health and illness. The second part, however, will be devoted to the analysis of the concept of the right to health intendes as a right recognized as fundamental, and in particular the means of exercising this right by foreign people.
Expected learning objectivesAbility to use sociological paradigms like glasses to interpret the social phenomena of health and illness
Course borrowed fromSCIENZE POLITICHE, ECONOMICHE, SOCIALI E DELL'AMMINISTRAZIONE (2025) - GS0022 Diritti, salute e contesti migratori - ALESSANDRIA
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CourseECONOMETRIA
Course IDP0050
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2016/2017
Degree2025 - SCIENZE POLITICHE, ECONOMICHE, SOCIALI E DELL'AMMINISTRAZIONE
CurriculumScienze economiche e politiche europee
Teaching leaderCHIRICO Paolo
TeachersCHIRICO Paolo
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDSECS-S/03 - STATISTICA ECONOMICA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Course categoryC - Affine o integrativo
Year3
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractThe course provides students with the knowledge to set up linear regression econometric models for the estimation of causal connections.
Reference textsJ. H. Stock, M.W. Watson, Introduction to Economics 2nd Ed., Pearson; Chap. 4, 5, 6, 7 (photocopiable in the Library according to the SIAE standards). Lecture notes of the teacher (download in DIR)
Teaching targetsThe goal of the course is to enable students to set the appropriate econometric models on the basis of the available data and the empirical evidence.
PrerequisitesIt is advisable (but not obligatory) to attend the course after having passed the exam of statistics.
Didattics MethodsThe organization of the course includes lectures supported by powerpoint slides which present case studies. Applications will be performed using statistical softwares (Gretl) and spreadsheets (EXCEL).
Other informationsThe course is "problem solving" oriented. Each topic is illustrated by examples and applications.
Grading rulesWritten examination oriented to the solution of economic problems by econometric models.
Full arguments1. Notions of population, random variable, expected value, conditional expected value; 2. Statistical tests; 3. The simple linear regression model; 4. The ordinary least squares method (OLS); 5. Inference in simple regression; 6. The problem of omitted variable bias and the multiple regression model; 7. The OLS and the problem of multicollinearity 8. The interpretation of the regression coefficients: the scale of the independent variables and the dependent variable; 9. Inference in multiple regression; 10. Use of binary regressors and use of the logarithm.
Expected learning objectivesAbility to define a suitable regression model and to read and interpret model estimation results.
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CourseEconomia e politica del lavoro e della cultura
Course IDGS0028
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2016/2017
Degree2025 - SCIENZE POLITICHE, ECONOMICHE, SOCIALI E DELL'AMMINISTRAZIONE
CurriculumScienze economiche e politiche europee
TeachersBIANCHI Carluccio, ZANOLA Roberto
CFU12
Course typeAttività formativa integrata
Course mandatorietyOpzional course
Year3
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
Modules
Course ID Course SSD Teachers
SP0027 Economia e politica del lavoro SECS-P/02 - POLITICA ECONOMICA BIANCHI Carluccio
P1502 ECONOMIA DELLA CULTURA SECS-P/03 - SCIENZA DELLE FINANZE ZANOLA Roberto
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CourseEconomia e politica del lavoro
Course IDSP0027
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2016/2017
Degree2025 - SCIENZE POLITICHE, ECONOMICHE, SOCIALI E DELL'AMMINISTRAZIONE
CurriculumScienze economiche e politiche europee
Teaching leaderBIANCHI Carluccio
TeachersBIANCHI Carluccio
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDSECS-P/02 - POLITICA ECONOMICA
Course typeModulo di sola Frequenza
Course mandatorietyOpzional course
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year3
PeriodPrimo Semestre
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractThe course purports to analyse the main problems of the Italian economy in the period after the second World War, together with the economic debates generated by these issues and the policy decisions taken to try to solve the problems. More in detail, the topics to be studied are real growth, the constraints to achievable economic development, the role of the balance of payments and exchange rates, the problems of Italian public finances in the framework of the existing European Treaties, the time evolution of inflation and of its determinants, the consequences of the previous problem dynamics on the performance of the labour market and on the behaviour of unemployment.
Reference textsOnline slides available on the lecturer’s website. G. MANKIW- M. TAYLOR, Macroeconomia, V edizione, Zanichelli, Bologna, 2011 (chapters 7 and 8).
Teaching targetsThe course purports to show how the analytical tools learnt in the previous basic courses of economics may be used to discuss and analyse the main problems of contemporary Italian economy and their consequences on the labour market performance. The methodological approach adopted is at the same time historical and analytical, in order to show the student how every problem may be viewed from different standpoints, so that there may be contrasting analyses and suggestions, and how the discussion of every problem requires the use of a specific theoretical model. Particular attention is therefore dedicated to the goal of developing students’ critical attitude towards the features and properties of the alternative models commonly used by economists.
PrerequisitesBasic notions of macroeconomics and of elementary mathematics.
Didattics MethodsFront lectures using slides and graphs with possible optional seminars.
Grading rulesWritten exam, divided into two parts in sequence. First the student must reply in a concise way to 11 questions concerning the whole course program. This initial test is worth 11 points. Then the student must discuss in a more detailed way two topics chosen by the lecturer among all the arguments treated in the course. Each answer is worth 10 points. The final mark of the exam, lasting about one hour and a half, is obtained by summing up the scores of each part of the exam.
Full arguments- The growth process of the Italian economy in the period after the second World War and its features - The short-run dynamics of the economic system and the business-cycle-analysis perspective; economy policy in a short-run context and in a structural perspective; the possible constraints to the growth process of the Italian economy - The neoclassical growth theory and the derived growth policies - The balance of payments as a possible constraint to growth: the role of the current and of the financial account; conditions of financial sustainability and possible instability connected to situations of high and persistent current account deficits; the Thirlwall generalized model; financial liberalization, rates of interest and capital movements; the role of Italian accession to the European Economic and Monetary Union (EMU) - The historical evolution of Italian public finances; the real and monetary effects of public deficits; conditions of financial sustainability and possible instability connected to situations of high and growing public deficits and debts; the dynamics of public debt and of its determinants; some possible extra-ordinary measures of public debt reduction; the available strategies to control public deficits and debts; the role of privatizations; the Maastricht Treaty, the Stability and Growth Pact, the Fiscal Compact and the constraints to national fiscal policies in the EMU; the European sovereign debt crisis; the trade-off between austerity and growth - The dynamics of inflation in Italy; imported inflation; structural inflation: the "hard core" inflation; ex post or ex ante wage indexation and inflation; degree of coverage of earnings and real wage dynamics; the debate on the "sliding ladder" and its abolition - The evolution of the Italian labour market: employed, unemployed and unemployment rate; the apparent paradox between the simultaneous growth of employed people and unemployment rate; the labour market equilibrium under perfect and imperfect competition; output, productivity and employment growth: the Kaldor-Verdoorn’s law; labour time reduction and unemployment; labour market regulation and unemployment: the phenomenon of "Eurosclerosis"; labour market liberalization and its effects on employment, wages and labour precariousness; the Jobs Act and the debate on flexsecurity.
Expected learning objectivesThe course purports to provide students with the adequate tools for understanding what are the main problems of the Italian economy and their interactions, that act as a constraint to the achievable growth process and consequently to the employment dynamics. The course also aims to make the students aware of the fact that every economic issue may involve different and conflicting points of view, so that the discussion of every actual problem and the proposed solutions require the use of appropriate reference models. The course purports then to develop the students’ critical attitude towards the features and properties of the models currently used by economists.
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CourseECONOMIA DELLA CULTURA
Course IDP1502
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2016/2017
Degree2025 - SCIENZE POLITICHE, ECONOMICHE, SOCIALI E DELL'AMMINISTRAZIONE
CurriculumScienze economiche e politiche europee
Teaching leaderZANOLA Roberto
TeachersZANOLA Roberto
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDSECS-P/03 - SCIENZA DELLE FINANZE
Course typeModulo di sola Frequenza
Course mandatorietyOpzional course
Course categoryC - Affine o integrativo
Year3
PeriodPrimo Semestre
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractPart I: topics. Part II: group discussion
Reference textsCandela, Scorcu, Economia della arti, Zanichelli
Teaching targetsFornire una cononscenza non solo accademica dei temi principali dell'economia della cultura.
PrerequisitesFoundamentals of Economics
Didattics MethodsLectures and discussions
Grading rulesWritten examination + oral presentation/written report
Full argumentsLa prima parte è dedicata all'approfondimento teorico dei fondamenti dell'economia della cultura. nella seconda parte verranno analizzati alcuni settori produttivi specifici (cinema, performing arts, etc.).
Expected learning objectivesConoscenza delle dinamiche economiche presenti nel mercato della cultura.
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CourseInternational law
Course IDGM021
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2016/2017
Degree2025 - SCIENZE POLITICHE, ECONOMICHE, SOCIALI E DELL'AMMINISTRAZIONE
CurriculumScienze economiche e politiche europee
Teaching leaderSALUZZO Stefano
TeachersSALUZZO Stefano
CFU9
Teaching duration (hours)60
Individual study time 165
SSDIUS/13 - DIRITTO INTERNAZIONALE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Year3
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractThe class is devoted to the study of public international law. Lectures will focus on basic principles of international law and on the nature and structure of the international legal order. A special attention will be paid to international practice and case-law and, during the class, students will be offered the chances to discuss the main events of international relations and their consequences for the development of international law.
Reference textsB. Conforti (a cura di M. Iovane), Diritto internazionale (XI ed.), Napoli, Editoriale Scientifica, 2018
Teaching targetsThe course has the aim of offering students the opportunity to acquire a basic knowledge of international public law. In particular, students will learn the fundamental principles governing the international Community in order to understand their application within the domestic legal order and their relevance in the pursuit of an international career.
PrerequisitesGeneral requirements: at least two of the following courses belonging to the first year program: constitutional law, private law.
Didattics MethodsTraditional teaching will be complemented by debated seminars on the most relevant current topic in international relations. Attending the lectures is highly recommended.
Other informationsComplementary materials (judgments, articles or papers) will be provided to students in order to focus on specific issues of international law and to stimulate discussions during the class.
Grading rulesFinal written exam based on three open questions students may choose in a range of four.
Full arguments- Theories of public international law and introduction to the international legal order; historical evolution and current trends - Subjects of international law; in particular, States, international organizations, individuals and new subjects of international relations - Sources of international law: customary law, treaties, general principles - Sovereignty and territory; immunity; basic principles of international law - The relationship between international law and domestic legal orders (the Italian one in particular) - The violation of international obligations; elements of internationally wrongful acts and reactions of the International Community - The prohibition of the use of force and the collective security system of the United Nations - Peaceful settlements of international disputes
Expected learning objectivesAcquiring the knowledge of fundamental principles of international law and the capacity to analyse and to understand the legal consequences of facts and practice relating to international relations. Understanding the mechanism guaranteeing the effectiveness of international law even in the domestic domain, especially those related to the application of international norms by national judges, law-making and regulatory authorities.
Course borrowed fromGIURISPRUDENZA (1602) - GM021 DIRITTO INTERNAZIONALE - ALESSANDRIA
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CourseLOGICA E TEORIA DELL'ARGOMENTAZIONE
Course IDGS0269
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2016/2017
Degree2025 - SCIENZE POLITICHE, ECONOMICHE, SOCIALI E DELL'AMMINISTRAZIONE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderBENZI Margherita
TeachersBENZI Margherita
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDM-FIL/02 - LOGICA E FILOSOFIA DELLA SCIENZA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyOpzional course
Course categoryD - A scelta dallo studente
Year3
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
Abstractntroduction to logic, argumentation theory and causal reasoning
Reference textsSTUDENTI FREQUENTANTI 1) A. Varzi, J. Nolt, D. Rohatyn, Logica, McGraw–Hill, Milano, qualunque edizione, capp: 1,2, 3 no paragrafo 3.7),4,5 8,9, oppure G.Boniolo, P. Vidali - Strumenti per ragionare. Bruno Mondadori, Milano 2017, capitoli 1,2,3, 4, 8, 9. 2) Dessì P. . Causa/Effetto. Il Mulino, Bologna 2012, capp. 1, 4,5,6,7, oppure Bona C. Sentenze imperfette. Gli errori cognitivi nei giudizi civili. Il Mulino, Bologna 2010, capitoli 4 e 6. STUDENTI NON FREQUENTANTI 1) A. Varzi, J. Nolt, D. Rohatyn, Logica, McGraw–Hill, Milano qualunque edizione, capp. 1,2,3, (no paragrafo 3.7),4,5 8,9. oppure G.Boniolo, P. Vidali - Strumenti per ragionare. Bruno Mondadori, Milano 2017,Introduzione e , capitoli 1,2,3, 4, 8, 9,10. 2) Dessì P. .Causa/Effetto. Il Mulino, Bologna 2012,
Teaching targetsThe course aims to boost the students' logical and argumentative skills, both on the inductive and deductive front: students will learn to understand the notion of logical validity, recognize the most common logical and probabilistic errors, the argumentative fallacies, and evaluate the complexity of causal judgment. A further objective is to enable students to recognize similarities and methodological differences between human and social sciences, physical and biomedical sciences, and information sciences. Finally, the course aims to increase the knowledge and skills of critical analysis and the capacity to use communication techniques.
PrerequisitesKnowledge of Italian or English. Secondary school diploma or equivalent qualification.
Didattics MethodsLectures, exercises, analyses of case studies.
Other informationsStudents are invited to enroll in the DIR.
Grading rulesThe exam is divided in three parts a) Logic - written test: short elementary exercises, truth tables and natural deduction analogous to those previously carried out in the classroom or illustrated in the reference manuals; a test model will be made available on the DIR (10 points) b) Argumentation theory - written test (max. 20 lines): analysis of an argument: identification of the argumentative structure, of the support provided by the premises to the conclusion, of logical and argumentative . Evaluation of the strength of the argument (10 points) c) Causal reasoning: brief oral verification of the comprehension of the topics covered in class and / or of the suggested readings (10 points). Alternatively, if desired, a brief essay can be presented on particular aspects of causal reasoning.
Full argumentsIn the era of post-truth and hate speech as a means of self-affirmation, logic and argumentation theory offer a valuable instrument of self-defense and enrichment: self-defense against more or less subtle manipulations, but also against some of the systematic errors that we tend to perform when, under the pressure of time limits, we "jump to conclusions"; enrichment as a capacity to articulate complex reasoning. Furthermore, the theory of argumentation teaches the justification of their theses and the comparison with those of others, and in this way fosters dialogue with interlocutors who start from initial positions very different from ours. It is therefore a valid help for democratic confrontation. During the course a "toolbox" will be provided which will start with the basic notions of classical logic. We will then move on to an introduction to the argumentation theory and to the analysis of the most common errors. It will also be given the opportunity to reflect, on an informal basis, on the reasoning based on the causal link and on those based on probability. Just think of the difficult reconstruction of the causes of the collapse of the Genoa bridge: discovering the causes is necessary, even if not sufficient, to identify legal responsibilities. Working on imaginary and real examples, the meetings will be widely interactive and students will be asked to participate in the identification of the fundamental criteria for the nailing bad arguments.
Expected learning objectivesa) knowledge of the basic elements of logic and argumentation theory b) ability to recognize and avoid the most common logical and argumentative errors c) improvement of argumentative skills d) improvement of critical skills
Course borrowed fromGIURISPRUDENZA (1602) - GS0269 LOGICA E TEORIA DELL'ARGOMENTAZIONE - ALESSANDRIA
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CourseLineamenti di storia naturale dell'uomo per le scienze sociali
Course IDSP0101
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2016/2017
Degree2025 - SCIENZE POLITICHE, ECONOMICHE, SOCIALI E DELL'AMMINISTRAZIONE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderSCALFARI Francesco Maria Carmine
TeachersSCALFARI Francesco Maria Carmine
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDBIO/08 - ANTROPOLOGIA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyOpzional course
Course categoryD - A scelta dallo studente
Year3
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
Course borrowed fromSocietà e Sviluppo Locale (2007) - SP0101 Lineamenti di storia naturale dell'uomo per le scienze sociali - ALESSANDRIA
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CourseMETODI STATISTICI DI VALUTAZIONE DELLE POLITICHE PUBBLICHE
Course IDP2063
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2016/2017
Degree2025 - SCIENZE POLITICHE, ECONOMICHE, SOCIALI E DELL'AMMINISTRAZIONE
CurriculumScienze economiche e politiche europee
Teaching leaderMARTINI Alberto
TeachersMARTINI Alberto
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDSECS-S/03 - STATISTICA ECONOMICA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyOpzional course
Course categoryC - Affine o integrativo
Year3
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageInglese
AbstractThe course concerns a relatively new discipline, which merges the analysis of public policies with the instruments of causal inference
Reference textsMartini-Sisti" Evaluating the success of public policies ", Il Mulino, Bologna (2009) Martini: "Experimental method, counterfactual approach and evaluation of the effects of public policies ", Italian Evaluation Review, no.34. (2006) As both of these texts are exhausted and will no longer be printed, the relevant pages will be distributed for photocopying purposes Other texts: will be agreed between the single student and the teacher, in view of the thesis.
PrerequisitesStatistics
Didattics MethodsThe teacher's teaching is increasingly oriented towards the flipped classroom: instead of an ex-cathedra lesson intended for an audience who does not know what he is talking about and prefers to send text messages to half the world, or rather to keep the order in half the class sitting at the back of the classroom to make a bit of a mess, even using a voice that no longer exists. The lessons will always resemble a conversation between the teacher and those needing clarification after reading the assigned text. With this system the student is obliged to read and reflect before the lesson.
Grading rulesWritten exam at the end of the course and term paper
Full argumentsTopics developed in the course will include: The idea of potential result and the distinction between factual and counterfactual; The rigorous definition of 'effect' as the difference between the factual situation and the counterfactual situation Quantitative strategies for counterfactual analysis: the general framework Threats to validity: distortion from selection and spontaneous dynamics The experiment with randomization The difference method in the differences as a paradigm for the non-experimental method Use of regression and statistical matching techniques
Expected learning objectivesThe student must possess an intuitive knowledge of the topics covered and have developed: the ability to recognize which, between experimental methods and observational methods (ie non-experimental) can be used in different situations to estimate these causal effects; the ability to obtain numerical estimates of effects by applying analytical tools to stylized representations of individual policies.
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CourseMICROECONOMIA
Course IDP0048
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2016/2017
Degree2025 - SCIENZE POLITICHE, ECONOMICHE, SOCIALI E DELL'AMMINISTRAZIONE
CurriculumScienze economiche e politiche europee
Teaching leaderPAVESE Piermassimo
TeachersPAVESE Piermassimo
CFU9
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Year3
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractThe Microeconomics course introduces the main issues of individual economic behaviour with a reference to consumers and firms, and the analysis of competitive and non-competitive markets. The course provides also the background to understand the aggregate models of the whole economy.
Reference textsRobert S. Pindyck Daniel L. Rubinfeld Microeconomia 9/Ed. Pearson
Teaching targetsThe Microeconomics course introduces the main issues of individual economic behaviour with a reference to consumers and firms, and the analysis of competitive and non-competitive markets. Presenting and discussing the different topics, through exercises and classes and through the discussion of actual cases, the student is able to understand many problems of the functioning of the markets. The course provides also the background to understand the aggregate models of the whole economy.
PrerequisitesNo one
Didattics MethodsLectures and TA sessions
Grading rulesWritten exam. It is possible to take the exam in partial exams and a final exam. In this case, it is necessary to pass both exams. Alternatively, students can choose to take a general exam at the end of the course
Full argumentsPart I. Introduction: Markets and Prices The Basics of Supply and Demand Part II. Producers, Consumers, and Competitive Markets Consumer Behavior Individual and Market Demand Uncertainty and Consumer Behavior Production The Cost of Production Profit Maximization and Competitive Supply The Analysis of Competitive Markets Market Structure and Competitive Strategy Market Power: Monopoly and Monopsony Pricing with Market Power Monopolistic Competition and Oligopoly Game Theory and Competitive Strategy Markets for Factor Inputs Investment, Time, and Capital Markets Information, Market Failure, and the Role of Government General Equilibrium and Economic Efficiency Markets with Asymmetric Information Externalities and Public Goods
Expected learning objectivesApply economic reasoning to individual and firm behavior; make decisions using marginal analysis and opportunity costs; use supply and demand to determine changes in market equilibrium, changes in welfare, and analyze the impact of government policies; understand how households and firms interact in various market structures to determine price and quantity of a good produced; understand the major characteristics of different market structures and the implications for the behavior of the firm
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CourseMICROECONOMIA
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2016/2017
Degree2025 - SCIENZE POLITICHE, ECONOMICHE, SOCIALI E DELL'AMMINISTRAZIONE
CurriculumScienze economiche e politiche europee
CFU3
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 45
SSDSECS-P/03 - SCIENZA DELLE FINANZE
Course typeSegmento
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year3
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal judgment
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CourseMICROECONOMIA
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2016/2017
Degree2025 - SCIENZE POLITICHE, ECONOMICHE, SOCIALI E DELL'AMMINISTRAZIONE
CurriculumScienze economiche e politiche europee
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDSECS-P/03 - SCIENZA DELLE FINANZE
Course typeSegmento
Course categoryC - Affine o integrativo
Year3
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal judgment
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CourseMetodi e tecniche della ricerca sociale
Course IDSP0028
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2016/2017
Degree2025 - SCIENZE POLITICHE, ECONOMICHE, SOCIALI E DELL'AMMINISTRAZIONE
CurriculumAmministrazione pubblica e problematiche sociali della integrazione
Teaching leaderVAIUSO Dario
TeachersVAIUSO Dario
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDSPS/07 - SOCIOLOGIA GENERALE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year3
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian language.
Abstract- Quick review of some notions of social science methodology and descriptive and inferential statistics. - Introduction to Stata software and/or R. - Theory of scala levels. - Management and processing of files. - Quality control and cleaning of data matrix. - Management of missing values. - Transformation and recoding of variables. - Construction of indexes and typologies. - Monovariate, bivariate and multivariate statistical analysis. - Introduction to the use of syntax.
Reference textsP. Corbetta, Metodologia e tecniche della ricerca Sociale, (1999), Il Mulino, Bologna. D. Vaiuso, Il Trattamento dei dati socio economici con Stata. Il software Stata, (2016), Carocci, Roma. Teacher's handouts.
Teaching targetsThe course aims to introduce students (even through numerous practical exercises) the principles, methods and techniques of social research and statistical analysis of data.
PrerequisitesIt is highly recommended to have passed the examination of statistics and social science methodology, if it is present in the curriculum.
Didattics MethodsComputer room with Pc, internet and intranet relationship teacher/students, Net Support software to enable students to see on monitor elaborations that the teacher plays on his computer (Master). The main topics of the course are available on the website, constantly updated, in the form of pages and downloadable files on home PC, to allow for easy enjoyment of the course also to students who can not regularly attend lessons in person. Opportunity to interact with the teacher meeting him 'person' or 'distance' (depending on constraints and preferences) in order to favour the understanding of the topics. The fruition of the course in synchronous mode (traditional classroom lessons or 'remote' with the ability to determine the hours in which to connect to the site to participate in the chat discussion in real time) and asynchronous (the topics are addressed by students in moments later than the teacher's explanation, through participation in in-depth forum) and the ability to interact with both the teacher and with other students (in person but also via chat, forums and email), allows students to achieve form of participation in the course and higher interaction to the level reached by the only traditional teaching methods.
Other informationsDuring the practical exercises (see: Objectives), students have to test, on the basis of the data available, the plausibility of the assumptions in the study and, whenever possible, are encouraged to formulate new hypotheses to be tested. It will be a final test, articulated in a written exam (on elements of theory) and a practical test through computer practice (on statistical procedure).
Grading rulesWritten and practical test. During the same examination session lasting up to two hours, there is a written part consists of some questions on topics of the course, while the practical part is composed of exercises to do, using STATA software and/or R, to save on the PC and to comment on the paper.
Full arguments- Quick review of some notions of social science methodology and descriptive and inferential statistics. - Theory of scala levels. - Introduction to Stata software and/or R. - Management and processing of files. - Quality control and cleaning of data matrix. - Management of missing values. - Transformation and recoding of variables. - Construction of indexes and typologies. - Monovariate, bivariate and multivariate statistical analysis: frequency distributions, contingency tables, analysis of variance, bivariate and partial correlation, simple and multiple regression and introduction to the use of syntax.
Expected learning objectivesThe purpose of the course is to favour the understanding and the application of main data management techniques and statistical analysis.
Course borrowed fromSCIENZE POLITICHE, ECONOMICHE, SOCIALI E DELL'AMMINISTRAZIONE (2025) - P0014 METODI E TECNICHE DELLA RICERCA SOCIALE - ALESSANDRIA
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CoursePROVA FINALE
Course IDP0013
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree2025 - SCIENZE POLITICHE, ECONOMICHE, SOCIALI E DELL'AMMINISTRAZIONE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
CFU6
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Course categoryE - Prova finale e lingua straniera
Year3
PeriodSecondo Semestre
Grading typeFinal grade
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CourseProblematiche dell’inclusione nei diritti di cittadinanza
Course IDGS0026
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2016/2017
Degree2025 - SCIENZE POLITICHE, ECONOMICHE, SOCIALI E DELL'AMMINISTRAZIONE
CurriculumAmministrazione pubblica e problematiche sociali della integrazione
Teaching leaderEVE Michael
TeachersEVE Michael
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDSPS/07 - SOCIOLOGIA GENERALE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Year3
PeriodAnnuale
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageitalian
AbstractIn this seminar, various aspects of “social inclusion” will be discussed, ranging from the question of who belongs to the nation to access to local welfare or housing.
Reference textsTeachers of the individual seminars will advise texts for the theme of their seminar.
Teaching targetsStudents should acquire understanding of the social dynamics of “inclusion”. They should develop capacities to organize an argument, and skills in the critical interpretation of qualitative and quantitative data and of the information transmitted by the media.
PrerequisitesThere are no formal pre-requisites
Didattics MethodsThe course consists of a series of seminars held by external teachers or teachers in the university.
Grading rulesWritten text marked by one of the teachers who held a seminar. Students choose a theme they are interested in and consult with one of the teachers for the theme and texts.
Full argumentsThis seminar course will discuss varous aspects of “social inclusion”, ranging from inclusion in the nation to access to local welfare and housing. While the debate over “integration” is often restricted to the integration of foreigners, this seminar will alternate between themes regarding mainly foreigners and those concerning Italians, or both Italians and foreigners.
Expected learning objectivesknowledge of some aspects of the social-scientific debate around the concepts of 'citizenship' and 'inclusion'; ability to relate this debate to the political debate; ability to apply social-scientific concepts to concrete cases,
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CourseRegionalizzazione ed europeizzazione delle politiche pubbliche
Course IDGS0015
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2016/2017
Degree2025 - SCIENZE POLITICHE, ECONOMICHE, SOCIALI E DELL'AMMINISTRAZIONE
CurriculumAmministrazione pubblica e problematiche sociali della integrazione
Teaching leaderGHERARDI Lodovico
TeachersGHERARDI Lodovico
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDSPS/09 - SOCIOLOGIA DEI PROCESSI ECONOMICI E DEL LAVORO
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year3
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractThe course introduces to the knowledge of the role and functions that regional and local Authorities, have given in the context of the European Regional and Cohesion policies and in the management of the European Structural and Investment Funds
Reference textsThe reference texts will be given at the beginning of the course
Teaching targetsLearning of multilevel governance processes (EU, national and local) in the European cohesion policy
PrerequisitesNone
Didattics MethodsThe course consists of lessons divided into 10 days of 3 hours in which the topics will be discussed from a theoretical point of view and through the description of case studies Lessons. Attendance is strongly recommended
Grading rulesOral exam
Full argumentsFirst day: General introduction to the course and overview on the development of the Public Administration in Italy” Second day: Local Authorities in the Italian Constitution. Title V – Regions, Provinces and Municipalities. The development of the Public authorities’ role Third day: The European Union: Regional and Cohesion policies Fourth day: The ESI Funds (European Structural and Investment Funds) Fifth day: The 2020 European Strategy and the Programming Period 2014-2020 Sixth day: The multilevel governance and the Partnership agreement for the management of the European structural and investment funds 1: the programming documents Seventh day: The multilevel governance and the Partnership agreement for the management of the European structural and investment funds 2: the stakeholders Eighth day: The unified Regional Programming Ninth day: History and evolution of INTERREG: from Community Initiative Programmes to Cohesion Policies Goal Tenth day: INTERREG, macroregional strategies and the future of the Cohesion policies
Expected learning objectivesUnderstanding the role and functions of the local administrations (with reference to regions and municipalities). A better understanding of EU institutions and relations between European institutions, national and local authorities in the framework of the multilevel governance. A better understanding of the history and objectives of the European Cohesion Policy and multilevel organization connected with its operational management.
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CourseRegionalizzazione ed europeizzazione delle politiche pubbliche
Course IDGS0015
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2016/2017
Degree2025 - SCIENZE POLITICHE, ECONOMICHE, SOCIALI E DELL'AMMINISTRAZIONE
CurriculumScienze economiche e politiche europee
Teaching leaderGHERARDI Lodovico
TeachersGHERARDI Lodovico
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDSPS/09 - SOCIOLOGIA DEI PROCESSI ECONOMICI E DEL LAVORO
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyOpzional course
Year3
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractThe course introduces to the knowledge of the role and functions that regional and local Authorities, have given in the context of the European Regional and Cohesion policies and in the management of the European Structural and Investment Funds
Reference textsThe reference texts will be given at the beginning of the course
Teaching targetsLearning of multilevel governance processes (EU, national and local) in the European cohesion policy
PrerequisitesNone
Didattics MethodsThe course consists of lessons divided into 10 days of 3 hours in which the topics will be discussed from a theoretical point of view and through the description of case studies Lessons. Attendance is strongly recommended
Grading rulesOral exam
Full argumentsFirst day: General introduction to the course and overview on the development of the Public Administration in Italy” Second day: Local Authorities in the Italian Constitution. Title V – Regions, Provinces and Municipalities. The development of the Public authorities’ role Third day: The European Union: Regional and Cohesion policies Fourth day: The ESI Funds (European Structural and Investment Funds) Fifth day: The 2020 European Strategy and the Programming Period 2014-2020 Sixth day: The multilevel governance and the Partnership agreement for the management of the European structural and investment funds 1: the programming documents Seventh day: The multilevel governance and the Partnership agreement for the management of the European structural and investment funds 2: the stakeholders Eighth day: The unified Regional Programming Ninth day: History and evolution of INTERREG: from Community Initiative Programmes to Cohesion Policies Goal Tenth day: INTERREG, macroregional strategies and the future of the Cohesion policies
Expected learning objectivesUnderstanding the role and functions of the local administrations (with reference to regions and municipalities). A better understanding of EU institutions and relations between European institutions, national and local authorities in the framework of the multilevel governance. A better understanding of the history and objectives of the European Cohesion Policy and multilevel organization connected with its operational management.
Course borrowed fromSCIENZE POLITICHE, ECONOMICHE, SOCIALI E DELL'AMMINISTRAZIONE (2025) - GS0015 Regionalizzazione ed europeizzazione delle politiche pubbliche - ALESSANDRIA
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CourseSOCIOLOGIA ECONOMICA E DEL LAVORO
Course IDP1429
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2016/2017
Degree2025 - SCIENZE POLITICHE, ECONOMICHE, SOCIALI E DELL'AMMINISTRAZIONE
CurriculumScienze economiche e politiche europee
Teaching leaderCATTERO Bruno
TeachersCATTERO Bruno
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDSPS/09 - SOCIOLOGIA DEI PROCESSI ECONOMICI E DEL LAVORO
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyOpzional course
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year3
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractThe course provides a systematic introduction to the institutions and dynamics of capitalism including its latest developments (“financialisation”).
Reference textsG. Ingham (2010), Capitalismo, Einaudi, Torino [Capitalism, Polity Press,Cambridge 2008] P. Bowles (2009), Il capitalismo, Il Mulino, Bologna [Capitalism, Pearson Education, Harlow, 2007]
Teaching targetsBasic but systematic knowledge of the logic of the functioning, the interdependences and the power relations of capitalism.
PrerequisitesSee “Guida dello studente”.
Didattics MethodsLectures.
Other informationsDidactic tools: • Slides • Movies • Materials prepared by the professor
Grading rulesWritten test on the exam literature with three questions: two about the book of Ingham and one about the book of Bowles. Evaluation criteria: - profound knowledge of the exam texts - mastering of language and terminology
Full arguments1. Theoretical analysis of capitalism (synthesis of A. Smith, Marx, Weber, Schumpeter, Minsky e Keynes); 2. Basic institutions of capitalism: - money - market - enterprise - financial and capital markets - state. 3. Variations over time and space.
Expected learning objectivesBasic but systematic knowledge of the logic of the functioning, the interdependences and the power relations of capitalism.
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CourseSTAGE
Course IDP0030
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree2025 - SCIENZE POLITICHE, ECONOMICHE, SOCIALI E DELL'AMMINISTRAZIONE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
CFU4
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Course categoryF - Stage e altre attività formative
Year3
PeriodAnnuale
Grading typeFinal grade
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CourseSTORIA DELL'IDEA DI EUROPA
Course IDP1126
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2016/2017
Degree2025 - SCIENZE POLITICHE, ECONOMICHE, SOCIALI E DELL'AMMINISTRAZIONE
CurriculumScienze economiche e politiche europee
Teaching leaderMALANDRINO Corrado
TeachersMALANDRINO Corrado
CFU9
Teaching duration (hours)60
Individual study time 165
SSDSPS/02 - STORIA DELLE DOTTRINE POLITICHE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Year3
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractHistory of the idea of Europe In the first part, that will have a general and historical-diachronic character, the course will consider the origin and the evolution of the idea of Europe and the idea of European unity in the ancient, modern and contemporary age. Then it will focus on the contributions by authors discussing these issue during the modern and contemporary epoch. A special issue – the idea of Europe and federalizing Europeanism of Walter Hallstein (1948-1982) – will be discussed in the second part of the course.
Reference textsC. Malandrino, Federalismo. Storia, idee, modelli, Roma, Carocci, 1998 (excluding chapters 6, 10 e 11); C. Malandrino, "Tut etwas Tapferes": compi un atto di coraggio. L'Europa federale di Walter Hallstein (1948-1982), Bologna, Il Mulino, 2005. The teacher will supply further possible essays and materials during the first lesson of the course.
Teaching targetsThe students will learn the main ideas and theories concerning the European identity and the idea of Europe and of the process of its unification from the ancient to the modern and contemporary age. The students will know the idea of Europe in the Walter Hallstein’s political thought.
PrerequisitesGeneral knowledge of the history of modern and contemporary political thought
Didattics MethodsThe course will be mainly organized on the basis of traditional lessons by the teacher, but it will also offer exercises and seminars. Digital materials and videos will be used. Attendance is suggested
Other informationsThe tutor of the course, Dr. Stefano Quirico, will collaborate with the teacher for seminars and integrative activities. Digital instruments and videos will be used.
Grading rulesThe course will request an intermediate written test and a final oral exam. The intermediate written test will concern around 60% of the program. It will be composed of: 2 questions to answer in 20 lines (each of them will give 8 pt. maximum); 4 questions to answer in 4-5 lines (2 pt.); 6 further questions – yes-no, multiple choice, etc. – each of them will provide 1 pt. The general final exam will be oral, on the basis of questions and answers.
Full argumentsAfter an overview on the development of the idea of Europe in the ancient and modern age, the course will focus on modern author as Machiavelli, Althusius and Montesquieu, and on the peace issue theorized by Saint-Pierre and Kant. The ideal and institutional consequences of the XVIII-century American and French Revolution on the idea of European unity will be deeply examined. Particular attention will be even paid on the preparatory debate about the European unification and the related federal and confederal models from the XIX century to the first half of XX century, i.e. the political thought of the Italian Risorgimento (Cattaneo, Mazzini, Garibaldi), the Marxist stream (Bauer, Renner, Kautsky, Trockij, the Italian authors of the “Critica sociale”), the debate in the period between the I and the II World War (Einaudi, Agnelli, Cabiati, Coudenhove-Kalergi, Lord Lothian, Robbins), the Italian antifascist movement (Rosselli, Trentin, Spinelli, Rossi), the French liberalism and personalism, and eventually the theories appeared from 1945 to the XXI century (Monnet, Friedrich, Elazar, Albertini, Habermas). A special issue – the idea of Europe and federalizing Europeanism of Walter Hallstein – will be discussed in the second part of the course.
Expected learning objectivesThe Learning of the main ideas and theories concerning the European identity and the idea of Europe
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CourseSistemi politici contemporanei
Course IDGS0191
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2016/2017
Degree2025 - SCIENZE POLITICHE, ECONOMICHE, SOCIALI E DELL'AMMINISTRAZIONE
CurriculumScienze economiche e politiche europee
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDSPS/04 - SCIENZA POLITICA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyOpzional course
Year3
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
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CourseSociologia della citta' e cittadinanza locale
Course IDGS0194
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2016/2017
Degree2025 - SCIENZE POLITICHE, ECONOMICHE, SOCIALI E DELL'AMMINISTRAZIONE
CurriculumAmministrazione pubblica e problematiche sociali della integrazione
TeachersERCOLE Enrico
CFU12
Course typeAttività formativa integrata
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Year3
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
Modules
Course ID Course SSD Teachers
GS0195 Sociologia della citta'- Smart cities SPS/10 - SOCIOLOGIA DELL'AMBIENTE E DEL TERRITORIO ERCOLE Enrico
GS0196 Cittadinanza locale SPS/09 - SOCIOLOGIA DEI PROCESSI ECONOMICI E DEL LAVORO ERCOLE Enrico
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CourseSociologia della citta'- Smart cities
Course IDGS0195
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2016/2017
Degree2025 - SCIENZE POLITICHE, ECONOMICHE, SOCIALI E DELL'AMMINISTRAZIONE
CurriculumAmministrazione pubblica e problematiche sociali della integrazione
Teaching leaderERCOLE Enrico
TeachersERCOLE Enrico
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDSPS/10 - SOCIOLOGIA DELL'AMBIENTE E DEL TERRITORIO
Course typeModulo di sola Frequenza
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Course categoryC - Affine o integrativo
Year3
PeriodSecondo Semestre
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractThe module is designed to provide students with an introduction to the sociological studies of the city, considering its economic, social and cultural aspects. For a more detailed description of contents and reading list of the course, please see the Italian web page of the course. Student who do not speak Italian are welcome to take the course; however, they are requested to contact the teacher in advance.
Reference texts- Bagnasco A. (1995), Fatti sociali formati nello spazio, Angeli, Milano (p. 13-28); - Mela A. (2006), Sociologia delle città. Nuova edizione, Carocci, Roma (p. 15-17, 21-36, 77-108, 109-144, 145-166, 167-177, 187-194); - Martinotti G. (1993), Metropoli. La nuova morfologia sociale della città, Bologna, Il Mulino (chapter 3); - Madge J. (1966 ), Lo sviluppo dei metodi di ricerca empirica in sociologia, Il Mulino, Bologna (chapter 4); - Tilly C. (1974), An Urban World, Little Brown and Co., Boston (p. 1-18). Non-attending students should read one of of the following texts: 1) (1992), Esplorare la città, Il Mulino, (chapter 2 and 3 up to p.167); 2) Vicari Haddock S. (2004), La città contemporanea, Il Mulino, (p. 68-84 and chapter 4).
Teaching targetsThe course aims to provide students with the tools to analyze the urban reality and act in it.
PrerequisitesSociology
Didattics MethodsFrontal lessons Frequency is recommended
Other informationsNone
Grading rulesWritten test, consisting in response to some questions (both closed questions and open-ended questions) regarding the topics covered in class. The written examination, lasting one hour, will take place at the end of the class and is reserved for students attending the class. It consists of ten questions you answer to with a cross or a word or phrase, and three questions you answer to in half a page (the questions correspond to the subject of a paragraph or a set of paragraphs in the text); Students who do not take the written text are required to take an oral examination, lasting 20 minutes. The oral examination consists in three questions regarding the theoretical and methodological skills taught in the course.
Full argumentsThe importance of the spatial dimension in sociology. The contribution of sociology to the study of space. Presentation and discussion of the text of Bagnasco (The "micro" dimension of space: the relationships in situations of coexistence; the "macro" dimension: the regionalization process; the "meso" dimension: the local society. the study of the local society). Presentation and discussion of he text of Mela (Cities and sub-system of economy; cities and sub-system of politics; cities and sub-system of culture). Presentation and discussion of the text of Martinotti. (The urban form: from city to metropolis of first, second and third generation. The four metropolitan populations: the definition criteria. The consequences for the social morphology of the city, for the relationships between urban social actors, and urban governance). Presentation and discussion of the text of Madge (The empirical research method in urban sociology). Presentation and discussion of the text of Tilly (Knowledge of the cities with non-standards methods).
Expected learning objectivesKnowledge of the sociological analysis models of the city and skills in their use for the analysis of urban realities.
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CourseCittadinanza locale
Course IDGS0196
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2016/2017
Degree2025 - SCIENZE POLITICHE, ECONOMICHE, SOCIALI E DELL'AMMINISTRAZIONE
CurriculumAmministrazione pubblica e problematiche sociali della integrazione
Teaching leaderERCOLE Enrico
TeachersERCOLE Enrico
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDSPS/09 - SOCIOLOGIA DEI PROCESSI ECONOMICI E DEL LAVORO
Course typeModulo di sola Frequenza
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Course categoryC - Affine o integrativo
Year3
PeriodSecondo Semestre
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
Abstract1) The transformations of citizenship 2) The Welfare State 3) Local Welfare
Reference texts1) Zolo D., Cittadinanza, Enciclopedia Italiana Treccani, VI Appendice, Roma, Istituto dell’Enciclopedia Italiana http://www.treccani.it/enciclopedia/cittadinanza_res-4122d3de-9b95-11e2-9d1b-00271042e8d9_(Enciclopedia-Italiana)/ 2) Kazepov Y. e Carbone D., Che cos'è il welfare state?, Roma, Carocci, 2014; 3) Bifulco L., Il welfare locale. Processi e prospettive, Roma, Carocci, 2015 ( 1, 3, 4, 5 and 8).Non-attending students must study the whole text 3) and not only the parts indicated above.
Teaching targetsAcquisition by students of the ability to understand the main characteristics of citizenship and its transformations, (with particular reference to the forms of local citizenship and the Italian context) and to apply them in the analysis of specific territorial contexts.
PrerequisitesSociology
Didattics MethodsLessons
Other informationsNone
Grading rulesThe oral exam lasting 20 minutes will be aimed at verifying, through three questions, the student's ability to understand the central issues of contemporary citizenship and its transformations.
Full arguments1) Citizenship Citizenship in a theoretical-political sense. The transformations of citizenship: - classical citizenship, - modern citizenship (first absolutist and then liberal); - democratic-social citizenship; National citizenship, new rights and processes of globalization Political citizenship and legal citizenship. 2) The Welfare State - definitions, - origin and history, - social policies, - welfare systems, - the challenges of the Welfare State. 3) Local Welfare - territorial reorganization; - territorial governance; - participation and integration; - the role of the third sector within social policies; - the welfare mix born from the reconfiguration of the relationship between public and private; - the inclusive potential, and the risks of exclusion that characterize the local welfare systems.
Expected learning objectivesKnowledge of the elements that make up the concept of citizenship. Knowledge of the mechanisms of Welfare systems. Skills in their use for the analysis of a local welfare mix system.
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CourseStoria del pensiero politico contemporaneo
Course IDGS0305
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2016/2017
Degree2025 - SCIENZE POLITICHE, ECONOMICHE, SOCIALI E DELL'AMMINISTRAZIONE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderBARBERIS Giorgio
TeachersBARBERIS Giorgio
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDSPS/02 - STORIA DELLE DOTTRINE POLITICHE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyOpzional course
Course categoryD - A scelta dallo studente
Year3
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian.
Abstract1) Major political currents in their starting phase, until the crisis and their transformation; 2) Past and present of the anarchist and libertarian mouvements; 3) the concepts of Power and Democracy and their problematic aspects; 4) the Liberation Thelogy and its mean authors.
Reference textsThe textbooks will be indicated by the teacher during the first lesson, planning specific and detailed paths for the students attending the course.
Teaching targetsThe course aims at providing the students with the interpretation instruments directed to understand the fundamental concepts of political philosophy and contemporary political thought, in the light of a historical-theoretical approach, but even with peculiar attention to the current socio-economic dynamics.
PrerequisitesNo preparatory course is required.
Didattics MethodsLessons and seminars. Possible tutorship.Attendance is recommended.
Other informationsSeminari di approfondimento per la comprensione dei testi e la discussione delle tematiche affrontate a lezione. Possibile visione di film e documenti inerenti agli argomenti trattati nel corso. Materiale didattico preparato dal docente (e discusso di volta in volta con gli studenti). Frequenza: Consigliata
Grading rulesOral exam.
Full arguments1) Major political currents in their starting phase, until the crisis and their transformation; 2) Past and present of the anarchist and libertarian mouvements; 3) the concepts of Power and Democracy and their problematic aspects; 4) the Liberation Thelogy and its mean authors.
Expected learning objectivesStudents are expected to assimilate the contents of the books and re-elaborate the subjects of the lessons on a critical basis, with particular reference to the history of political thought
Course borrowed fromSCIENZE POLITICHE, ECONOMICHE, SOCIALI E DELL'AMMINISTRAZIONE (2025) - GS0205 Storia del pensiero politico contemporaneo - ALESSANDRIA
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CourseTeoria politica
Course IDGS0304
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2016/2017
Degree2025 - SCIENZE POLITICHE, ECONOMICHE, SOCIALI E DELL'AMMINISTRAZIONE
CurriculumScienze economiche e politiche europee
Teaching leaderQUIRICO Stefano
TeachersQUIRICO Stefano
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDSPS/01 - FILOSOFIA POLITICA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyOpzional course
Year3
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteALESSANDRIA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractThis course analyzes the democratic model with both an historical and a theoretical approach. On the one hand, it shows the evolution of the idea of democracy in the ancient, medieval, modern and contemporary age, with reference to the thought of its supporters and its critics. On the other hand, the course examines principles, rules, mechanisms, actors characterizing liberal democracies during the period of crisis and transformation between XX and XXI century.
Reference textsS. Petrucciani, Democrazia, Torino, Einaudi, 2014. The teacher will supply further possible essays and materials during the course.
Teaching targetsThis course aims at discussing the central role democracy achieved in the European and Western culture, through a long path from the Ancient Greece to the contemporary age, and the crisis of the democratic model in the XXI century. As a consequence, students will be able to develop a critical spirit towards the political and social reality of our time.
PrerequisitesGeneral knowledge of the history of political thought.
Didattics MethodsThe course will be mainly organized on the basis of traditional lessons, but it will also offer seminars. Attendance is suggested.
Other informationsDuring the lessons, the teacher uses PPT files which the students will be provided of.
Grading rulesThe final exam will be oral. The teacher will discuss with the student the opportunity of programming a written final test.
Full argumentsThis course analyzes the democratic model with both an historical and a theoretical approach. On the one hand, it shows the evolution of the idea of democracy in the ancient, medieval, modern and contemporary age, with reference to the thought of its supporters and its critics. On the other hand, the course examines principles, rules, mechanisms, actors characterizing liberal democracies during the period of crisis and transformation between XX and XXI century.
Expected learning objectivesStudents should understand the origins and the features of the contemporary democracies, and the reasons of their crisis.
Course borrowed fromSCIENZE POLITICHE, ECONOMICHE, SOCIALI E DELL'AMMINISTRAZIONE (2025) - GS0301 Teoria politica - ALESSANDRIA
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