The first part of the course is devoted to an approach ot the main concepts and theories of marginalization, of its causes and its effects.
It encompasses an analysis of the processes of marginalization related to economic and social developments, to legal approaches to topics such as poverty, housing, immigration, drug addiction, etc.
The course seeks to introduce interested students to current issues relating to marginalization, exclusion and alienation.
The method is multidisciplinary in that the concepts are approached from historical, sociological, legal and psychological perspectives. It seeks to enable the student, from his own curriculum (this course is open to students of criminology, psychology and educational sciences, law and sociology), to identify the issues of marginalization and of exclusion in a broader framework and in a dynamic perspective.
The contribution of this Teaching Unit to the development and command of the skills and learning outcomes of the programme(s) can be accessed at the end of this sheet, in the section entitled “Programmes/courses offering this Teaching Unit”.
The course content corresponds to the topics outlined (see above). Methods: Part I: interactive lectures with slides, videos, etc. A portion of the time is devoted to discussion of the course material. Part II: presentations by researchers and practitioners, followed by discussions.
Readings Portfolio and bibliography