- To differentiate the different historical forms of the welfare state. - To situate the various analytical currents looking at transformations taking place now. - To analyse provisions for action sectorally and transversely. - To design and carry out a diagnostic action comparatively.
At the end of this learning unit, the student is able to :
|1||By the end of the course, students should be able to: - analyse present-day transformations affecting the welfare state, identify its foundations, and explain the conditions of these changes; - analyse the provisions that characterise social policies within the framework of a comparative approach; - understand the demands of a comparative approach in the framework of the establishment of a diagnosis.|
Pre-requirements: A basic grounding in sociology is required, as is the ability to read English. Assessment: A comparative diagnosis concerning a social policy measure (in the form of a written text). Students will present this text to the group on a day of collective exchange. Support: A reading portfolio (i.e. basic texts and files for each provision).
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