SPS/12 - 9 CFU - 1° Semester

Teaching Staff

Office: Palazzo Reburdone, Via Vittorio Emanuele II n. 8 I piano
Phone: 095 70305268
Office Hours: Lunedi 11.00 -12.00 e Giovedi 15.00 -16.00, sempre su appuntamento

Course Structure

The course aims to provide the theoretical and methodological basis according to which sociology analyzes the different ways of organizing and regulating social policies. An international comparative perspective will be offered in order to deepen the origins and transformations of welfare systems.

Textbook Information

  1. Baldock et al. Social Policy, Oxford University Press, 2012 chap.;
  2. L. Bifulco, Social Policies ancd Public Action, Routlledge 2017, Chapter 10 “Back to the Social” pp. 139-149
  3. Lipsky M. , Street level bureaucracy, “Introduction” pp. 1-10
  4. Ladeur K-H., «The post-modern administrative law» in Law, Legal culture and Society, Routledge 2019 pp.156-170.
  5. Baglioni S., Sinclair S "Social Innovation and Social Policy" (eds) Policy Press, 2018pp. 35- 61

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