Sociology of law, deviance and social change

Sociology of law, deviance and social change

The relationship between law and social change in the contemporary world and in the theoretical and empirical foundation of the modern state.

Topics studied relate to the acquisition of knowledge regarding the changes that have occurred in the way families are formed, family strategies and in the life experiences of the younger generations. Indeed, the focus is on social policies for the family and for children, with particular reference to the social needs of people and families of reproductive age and their children.

People

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Giulia Fabini

Adjunct professor

Research fellow

keywords: Borders, Immigration, Police, Prison, Justice of the peace, Inclusion/exclusion, security, gender issue
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Damigela Hoxha

Senior assistant professor (fixed-term)

keywords: Gender history, History of of Sexualities, History of criminal law, History of family law, History of african law,
keywords: emotions; decision-making; narrative analysis; legal reasoning; interaction.
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Renzo Orlandi

Full Professor

keywords: Oreganised crime, Political privilege, Criminal Justice Reform, Criminal justice, Fundamental Rights, Secial
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Rossella Selmini

Associate Professor

Annalisa Verza

Associate Professor

keywords: liberalism, feminism, pluralism, human rights