Teaching Language: Italian
MODULE 1 - Institutional part (6 credits)
MODULE 2 - Social rights (3 cfu)
MODULE 1 - The course aims to provide the basic knowledge concerning the legal configuration of the State, the system of regulatory sources, the constitutional and administrative organization of the State and public bodies and the regulatory function of the State, with particular attention to the role of interactions between constitutional order and social and economic change. The fundamental objective is to provide the necessary skills to operate in an increasingly dynamic institutional context characterized by a balanced public budget, by liberalization of social relations and economic spaces, the globalization of law and the modernization of public powers.
MODULE 2 - A second part of the course will be specifically dedicated to the knowledge of the "social rights" category, as an application laboratory to better understand the material operating mechanisms of the public law institutions and the theoretical notions learned in the first module in relation to one of the sectors of greater importance and transformation in the relationship between citizen and public power.
For MODULE 1:
--Roberto BIN - Giovanni PITRUZZELLA, Diritto pubblico. Con l'aggiornamento online, Giappichelli, last edition.
For MODULE 2:
- Annamaria POGGI, I diritti delle persone. Lo stato sociale come una Repubblica di diritti e doveri. Università Mondadori, 2014.
Students attending at least two-thirds of the lessons will be able to use other materials and online handouts that will be provided by the professor and explained in detail in classroom.
The fundamental purpose of the course is to provide students with both a basic knowledge of the fundamental institutions of public / constitutional law, and, given the placement of the discipline in a degree course in Sociology and Criminology, an in-depth toolkit on dialectical relationship between public law and social and economic change.
To this end, the study of the most important themes for the sociological and criminological area will also be deepened, also with some applications and laboratories, to allow students to acquire not only theoretical skills on the effective application of the institutes and principles studied.
Teaching methods: Lectures. Case study analysis. Workshops.
E-mail of the Holder: firstname.lastname@example.org
Email of the Collaborators:
Prof. Gianluca Bellomo: email@example.com
Prof. Marcello Salerno: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Marta Ferrara:
Days and office hours for students, at the Department of Legal and Social Sciences, Viale Pindaro, Pescara:
Prof. Di Plinio - Wednesday from 12:00
Prof. Bellomo: Wednesday from 10:30
Prof. Salerno: Tuesday from 15:00
Dr. Ferrara Monday from 15:00
Learning assessment procedures:
Optional intermediate written test.
Oral examination, possibly divided into partial examinations.