Università degli Studi di Urbino Carlo Bo / Portale Web di Ateneo


SOCIAL SERVICES FOR MINORS
SERVIZIO SOCIALE MINORILE

A.Y. Credits
2022/2023 6
Lecturer Email Office hours for students
Ugo Ciaschini During the lessons: Thursday, 18: 00-19: 00; Friday, 11: 00-12: 00. In other periods: by appointment.

Assigned to the Degree Course

Sociology and Social Services (L-39 / L-40)
Curriculum: PERCORSO COMUNE
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Learning Objectives

Obiettivi formativi

The course is aimed at the acquisition of the main contents, normative, theoretical and operational, which characterize the activity of the social service in the relationship with the judicial authority in matters relating to the protection of the interest of the minor, especially in the civil and criminal fields. .

In particular, the course aims to:

- to understand the various matters which are the subject of the competences of the judicial authorities dealing with minors;

- to understand the concept of parental responsibility, the methods of its exercise, the conditions and the measures that can be adopted in the event of non-fulfillment of the relative duties and abuse of the relative powers;

- to acquire the essential contents relating to the adoption of minors, especially with reference to the requirements necessary to proceed with the legitimate adoption and adoption in special cases;

- to acquire the essential concepts relating to family custody, with reference to the purposes, conditions and methods of application of this tool;

- facilitate the understanding of risk indicators and indicators of abuse to the detriment of minors, taking into account the type of classification proposed;

- make known the evolutionary lines that have characterized the practices and methods of intervention with which, since the 1980s, the social and health services (and, specifically, the child protection services) have taken on the problems of minors who are victims of abuse and abuse in the family;

- to understand the phases of the process of taking care of the minor who lives a situation of prejudice in the family, taking into account the proposed operating model;

- promote the understanding of the inspiring principles of the criminal trial against minors;

- promote the understanding of the phases of the juvenile criminal procedure and of its possible ways of defining it;

- make known the essential characteristics regarding the institutional purposes, tasks and organization of the minors' social service of the Ministry of Justice;

- to understand the ways in which the relationship between ministerial social service, local social services and third sector subjects is developed in the implementation of interventions in favor of a minor subject to criminal proceedings.

Program

Part I:

- Jurisdiction of judicial bodies in juvenile matters;

- Principles and structure of the judicial procedures activated to protect the minor in situations of inadequate exercise of parental responsibilities;

- Adoption and family fostering;

- Risk factors and indicators of child abuse;

- Evolution of child protection services in the public sphere;

- Phases of the methodological path and interventions of the services for the protection of the minor.

Part II:

- General principles of the juvenile criminal trial;

- Structure and possible ways of defining the process;

- Duties of the minors' social service of the Ministry of Justice in relation to the judicial function;

- Interaction and collaboration between ministerial services, local services and third sector subjects.

Learning Achievements (Dublin Descriptors)

Knowledge and understanding

The student must show basic knowledge relating to: main regulatory references to social service activities in the context of child protection; actions and interventions of the services in the development of the methodological path to be implemented in cases of abuse and mistreatment to the detriment of the minor; principles, structure and typical formulas of the juvenile criminal trial; role, tasks and main activities of the minors social service of the Ministry of Justice in the framework of the criminal judicial process involving minors.

Applying knowledge and understanding

- The student must show the ability to identify the legal references, the theoretical bases and the tools that make it possible to manage professional interventions in cases where the prejudicial behaviors put in place by the parental figures to the detriment of the children are a reason for interest and activation of the juvenile judicial authority;

- the student must be able to specify the legal bases of the criminal trial against minors, its procedures and its specific legal institutions, the activities and professional interventions achievable in the various stages of its development.

Making judgments

- The student must demonstrate an aptitude for identifying the measures envisaged at the legislative level that affect or exclude the exercise of parental responsibility, depending on the level of severity of the risk situation to which the minor is exposed;

- the student must demonstrate that he is able to outline the different phases of the process of taking care of the minor victim of abusive and neglectful parenting behavior;

- the student must demonstrate an aptitude for identifying the typical formulas that the judicial authority can use to define the criminal trial against a minor, also taking into account the need to safeguard his educational needs;

- the student must demonstrate that he is able to outline the interventions that can be activated by the ministerial and territorial services in favor of the minor who has entered the criminal circuit, also in relation to the specific procedural phase in which this minor finds himself.

Communication skills

- The student must have acquired the ability to clearly express the contents relating to: competences of the judicial bodies in juvenile matters; assumptions and structure of the proceedings on parental responsibility and for the declaration of the state of adoptability; assumptions and structure of the juvenile criminal trial;

- the student must have acquired the ability to describe with appropriate terms the fundamental elements relating to the work prepared by the services in the context of the procedures that involve the competences of the Juvenile Court, in particular civil and criminal law.

Ability to learn (learning skills)

The student must be able to use the study material correctly, identifying the most relevant passages, which, also on the basis of the ideas proposed by the teacher during the lessons, favor a more precise and accurate examination of the topics covered, both in terms of legislation and theoretical and operational.

Teaching Material

The teaching material prepared by the lecturer in addition to recommended textbooks (such as for instance slides, lecture notes, exercises, bibliography) and communications from the lecturer specific to the course can be found inside the Moodle platform › blended.uniurb.it

Supporting Activities

There are no teaching support activities


Teaching, Attendance, Course Books and Assessment

Teaching

Frontal lessons

Attendance

Study of the reference texts

Course books

Study of the reference texts

Moro A. C., Manuale di diritto minorile, Zanichelli, 2019 (chapters IV, VI, VII (except par.7.6, 7.7, 7.8), VIII, IX, XVII (only par.17.5);

Bertotti T., Bambinie famiglie in difficoltà, Carocci, 2012 (chapters I, IV, VII);

Ciaschini U., Servizio sociale minorile e giustizia penale, Carocci, 2012.

Assessment

The expected learning outcomes will be assessed through an oral test consisting of questions equally concerning the two parts of the program. The purpose of the test is to verify the ability to explain the contents being studied in a clear manner, with an appropriate vocabulary and with an adequate critical sense. The final grade will be determined by the level of preparation demonstrated in the topics covered both in the first and in the second part of the program.

Additional Information for Non-Attending Students

Teaching

Frontal lessons

Attendance

Study of the reference texts

Course books

Study of the reference texts

Moro A. C., Manuale di diritto minorile, Zanichelli, 2019 (chapters IV, VI, VII (except par.7.6, 7.7, 7.8), VIII, IX, XVII (only par.17.5);

Bertotti T., Bambinie famiglie in difficoltà, Carocci, 2012 (chapters I, IV, VII);

Cirillo S., Cattivi genitori, Cortina, 2005;

Ciaschini U., Servizio sociale minorile e giustizia penale, Carocci, 2012.

Assessment

The expected learning outcomes will be assessed through an oral test consisting of questions equally concerning the two parts of the program. The purpose of the test is to verify the ability to explain the contents being studied in a clear manner, with an appropriate vocabulary and with an adequate critical sense. The final grade will be determined by the level of preparation demonstrated in the topics covered both in the first and in the second part of the program.

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