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Inclusão e Reinserção Social - Ciências da Educação - Sem Ramos - Especialidades


7.5
ECTS / Credit Units
Year: 3 / 2º Semestre
Plan: 2016/17
Scientific Area: EDU
Level: Básico

Semestral Hour Load

Theorical:
Theorical-Pratical: 60.00
Pratical and Laboratorial:
Fieldwork:
Seminar:
Internship:
Tutorial: 3.00

 

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Degree having this Course

Degree - Branch Degree Plan Year
Ciências da Educação - Sem Ramos - Especialidades 2016/17

Teaching Staff

Maria José de Jesus Camacho
Maria José de Jesus Camacho


Responsibilities:
Regência
Responsável pelas Pautas
Ensino teórico-prático
Orientação tutorial

Course Information

Course Objectivs

Inclusion and Social Reintegration of people and populations experiencing a process of exclusion are fundamental elements within the framework of the principles and practices of social cohesion proposed by 21st century societies.   This curricular unit intends to make students aware of the need for inclusion and social reintegration, provoked by situations of social rupture in populations at risk, as well as promote the critical spirit, through the discussion and understanding of the subject, that can trigger a holistic view within the scope of the analysis.   It is also intended to provide students with diagnostic, intervention and mediation tools conducive to social inclusion / reintegration, together with the development of innovative skills, continuous change and improvement, which can underpin their professional development. The discipline of Social Inclusion and Reinsertion aims to be a means of information, reflection and analysis of themes inherent to this problem, as a contribution to a greater awareness and diffusion of values and principles of solidarity and citizenship, as recommended in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the main national and international norms that support equity.To grasp the concepts of social inclusion / reintegration and its dynamism in the world today;

Identify existing social inclusion and reintegration policies at regional, national and international levels;

To know the institutions promoting inclusion and social reintegration and its target audience; 

To examine poverty and social inequality as determinants of the process of social exclusion;

Evaluation Criteria

The evaluation will take into account, from a formative perspective, attitudes, especially of an ethical-professional nature (attendance and relevant student participation). It will include periodic assessment as a way of confirming the extent to which learning objectives have been achieved. The adopted assessment model is the B of the UMa Student Learning Assessment Regulation. The approval passes for obtaining the positive classification 10/20, according to the evaluation units and the specific weighting of each of them, namely:
- Frequency (60%)
- Group work (30%) with realization and defense by the different members of the group.
- Assiduity and participation (10%)
- IMPORTANT NOTES
The adoption of this evaluation process determines the compulsory attendance of a high percentage of classes (three-quarters, or 75%), without which the student's approval in this UC is compromised. As for students in special situations, they should agree with the teacher of the UC, the modalities of evaluation alternatives to the here exposed, in the first week of classes of the 2nd Semester, and also, to fulfill the requirements set forth in the Regulation of Learning Evaluation of students Give one. Any of the evaluation elements mentioned here must be carried out by the students during the 2nd Semester, and must obtain the minimum grade of 10 values. Students can retrieve the evaluation of individual work - frequency (a) in the complementary resource time. The other evaluations are not recoverable at the time of appeal as they are integrated into the laboratory practice component. Successful evaluation units are integrated into the evaluation retrieved by examination, with a weighting of not more than 50%. All work delivered after the due date will not be considered. 

Program Resume (get program detail)

To grasp the concepts of social inclusion / reintegration and its dynamism in the world today;   Identify existing social inclusion and reintegration policies at regional and national levels;   To know the institutions promoting inclusion and social reintegration and its target audience;   To examine poverty and social inequality as determinants of the process of social exclusion;   It is also intended to provide students with diagnostic, intervention and mediation tools conducive to social inclusion / reintegration, together with the development of innovative skills, continuous change and improvement, which can underpin their professional development. The discipline of Social Inclusion and Reinsertion aims to be a means of information, reflection and analysis of themes inherent to this problem, as a contribution to a greater awareness and diffusion of values and principles of solidarity and citizenship, as recommended in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the main national and international norms that support equity.

Main Bibliography

ALMEIDA, João Ferreira (1994). "Integração Social e Exclusão Social: algumas questões". in Análise Social, nº 123 e 124. Instituto de Ciências Sociais da Universidade de Lisboa: Lisboa. 824-834.

 

AMARO, Rogério Roque coord. (2001). Não à Pobreza - a Inclusão pela Economia. Comissariado Regional do Norte da Luta Contra a Pobreza. Lisboa. 15-20.

 

BAPTISTA, I. ; COSTA, A. CARRILHO. (2008). Um olhar sobre a pobreza - vulnerabilidade e exclusão social no Portugal contemporâneo. Gradiva: Lisboa.

 

BIT-STEP (2003). A luta contra a pobreza e a exclusão social em Portugal. Experiências do programa nacional de luta contra a pobreza. Bureau Internacional do Trabalho: Genebra.

 

BURSZTYN, M. e NASCIMENTO, E. (2000). No meio da rua. Rio de Janeiro: Editora Garamond.

 

 

CAPUCHA, L. (2005). Desafios da pobreza. Oeiras: Ed. Celta.

 

CLAVEL, G. (2004). A Sociedade da Exclusão. Porto: Porto Editora.

 

COSTA, A. (1998). Exclusão Social. Lisboa: Gradiva.

 

COSTA, A. (2005). Exclusões Sociais. Lisboa: Gradiva.

 

COSTA, A. et al. (orgs.). (1985). A pobreza em Portugal. Lisboa: Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian.

 

DIOGO, A. (2007). Pobreza, trabalho, identidade. Lisboa: Celta.

 

EUROPEAN ANTI POVERTY NETWORK (1998). A luta contra a Pobreza e a Exclusão Social em Portugal: experiências do Programa Nacional de luta contra a pobreza. Lisboa: Instituto Piaget.

 

GIDDENS, Anthony (1992). As Consequências da Modernidade. Celta Editora: Oeiras.

 

GIDDENS, Anthony (2001). Modernidade e Identidade Pessoal. Certa Editoras: Oeiras.

 

 

LÚCIO, A. et all (2001). Marginalidade, Risco e Delinquência. Universidade Autónoma de Lisboa. Cadernos Malhoa. Ed. Livraria Nova Galáxia: Almada.

 

MACHADO, Fernando Luís, SILVA, Helena (2009). Quantos Caminhos Há no Mundo? Transições para a Vida Adulta num Bairro Social. Ed. Princípia: Cascais.

 

 

MOLLER, I. e HESPANHA, P. (2002). Padrões de exclusão e

estratégicas pessoais. Revista Crítica de Ciências Sociais 64, pp. 55-79.  

 

MORAIS, Ana et all (2005). Actas do Congresso Internacional de Economia Solidária. CEESA - Centro

de Estudos de Economia Solidária do Atlântico: Ponta Delgada - Açores.

 

OIT - Organização Internacional do Trabalho (2003). A luta contra a pobreza e a exclusão social em Portugal. Genebra: Bureau Internacional do trabalho.

PAUGAM, Serge (2003). A desqualificação social - Ensaio sobre a nova pobreza. Porto: Porto Editora.

 

 

PINHEIRO, A. Coord.ª (2004). Violência Juvenil. Histórias e Percursos. Fundação da Juventude: Porto.

 

Revista do Instituto da Segurança Social Pretextos (2009).

 

RODRIGUES, E. VITOR et all (1999). A pobreza e a exclusão social: teorias, conceitos e políticas sociais em Portugal. Revista da Faculdade de letras da Universidade do Porto, I Série, Vol. IX.Universidade do Porto: Porto. pp.63-101.

 

 

RUIVO, F. (2002). Poder Local e Exclusão Social. Coimbra: Quarteto Editora.

 

 S/A (2006). No limiar da pobreza: emprego e desemprego na União Europeia. Porto: REAPN / Portugal.

 

 

TAP, Pierre, (1996). A Sociedade Pigmalião ? Integração Social e Realização da Pessoa. Lisboa: Instituto Piaget.   

 

 

UNDERDOW, Andrew (1998). Strategies of Effective Offender Supervision ? Report of the HMIP What Works Project, HM Inspectorate of Probation, Home Office: London.

 

XIBERRAS, Martine (1993). As Teorias da Exclusão - Para uma construção do imaginário do desvio. Instituto Piaget: Lisboa.

Other Biographical Sources / Support Documents

DIAS, Jorge, ANDRADE, Manuel (1997). Criminologia - O Homem Delinquente e a Sociedade Criminógena. Porto Editora: Porto.

 

INE (2008a). "Inquérito às Despesas das Famílias 2005-2006". Instituto Nacional de Estatística. Lisboa.

 

INE (2008b). "Rendimento e Condições de Vida 2007". Instituto Nacional de Estatística. Lisboa.

 

IRS (2003). Enquadramento Jurídico e Estratégia de Intervenção. Instituto de Reinserção Social. Ministério da Justiça: Lisboa.

 

KAZDIN, Alan, BUELA-CASAL, Gualberto (2001). Conduta Anti-social. Lisboa: Editora McGraw-Hill de Portugal: 109-130.

 

MOLLER, Iver Hornemann, HESPANHA, Pedro (2002). "Padrões de Exclusão e Estratégias Pessoais".

 

 

VÁRIOS (2008). Plano Nacional de Acção Para a Inclusão. Portugal 2008-2010: Lisboa.

 

VÁRIOS (2008b). Estratégia Nacional para a Protecção Social e Inclusão Social. Portugal 2008-2010. Lisboa.

 

SRAS (2009). Plano Gerontológico da RAM-2009-2013. ?Viver Mais, Viver Mehor?. Secretaria Regional dos Assuntos Sociais. Governo Regional da Região Autónoma da Madeira: Funchal.

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