Políticas Sociais e Regulação Social

Teacher Responsible: Florbela Maria da Silva Samagaio Gandra
2º Ano | 1º Semestre
Learning objectives
- To know origins and action domains of the welfare state; - To know welfare state organization models in western societies; - Question the main challenges facing the welfare state; - To Know main social policies in Portugal; - To understand the social policy as a means of empowerment for social rights; - To establish relations between social policy and non-formal education; - To understand professional practice according to the current legislation; - To be able to design intervention practices in Social Education based on existing policies and social responses.

1. Origins and the welfare state in Europe founding principles 1.1 The welfare state models 1.2 The countries of southern Europe and its form of social organization 2. Welfare state in Portugal : Balance and challenges 3. Social Policies and active social policies : the role of Formal Education No Social Participation 3.1 The Social Income insertion 3.2 The program Escolhas 4. Structuring of a social policy 4.1 Steps 4.2 Theoretical, methodological and technical procedures 5. Some principles of social policy 5.1 Diagnosis 5.2 networking and partnerships 5.3 subsidiarity 5.4 Evaluation 6. Legislation in the professional pratice of Social Educator 6.1 The Portuguese Juridical Order and the Fundamental Rights and Duties 6.2 The Law on Protection of Children and Young People at Risk 6.3 Parental Responsibility and Adoption 6.4 Child labor 6.5 Domestic violence 6.6 Senior population

Teaching methodologies (including evalution)

We consider as fundamental the development of a teaching/learning process based on student's autonomy of research, in cooperative work and in contact with the educational reality. The active and diversified methodologies are designed to provide the student with the ability to take ownership of concepts and analyse significant information, individually and as a group. For such, the student will hold documentary analysis, take part in debates from cases/themes, dialogue critically about theoretical-practical problematic raised and will test his knowledge in due assessment time, obtaining feedback. Evaluation and weighting: Participation: quality of interventions and completion of autonomous work = 20% Written test: assessment of scientific knowledge, critical thinking, correction of the written test and be able to synthesise = 60% Written reflection about a selected social policy = 20%

Essential Bibliography (including ISBN)

BOURDIEU, P. (dir.), La Misère du Monde, Paris, Le Seuil, 1993. CASTEL, R., Les Métamorphoses de la Question Sociale, Paris, Fayard, 1995. ISBN 2070409945. CLAVEL; G., A Sociedade da Exclusão - Compreendê-la para Dela Sair, Porto, Porto Editora. 2004. ISBN 978-972-0-3485-8. ESPING-ANDERSEN, G. (1996). Welfare States in transition: National Adaptations in Global Economies. Londres: Sage Publications. ISBN9780857021861. ESTIVILL, J.e AIRES, S., Regresso ao Futuro, Porto, Rede Europeia Anti-Pobreza, 2007. ISBN978-989-95487-1-8. WALLERSTEIN, I. (2006). European Universalism: The Rhetoric of Power. N. Y.: The New Press.ISB9781595580610 PAUGAM, S., L'Éxclusion: l'État des Savoirs, Paris, Éditions La Découverte, 1996 SANTOS, B. S. (1994). O Estado, as relações salariais e o bem-estar social na semiperiferia: o caso português. In B. S. Santos (org.). Portugal: um retrato singular. Porto: Edições Afrontamento. SILVA, Filipe (2013). O Futuro do Estado Social. Lisboa:FFMS ISBN9789898424754