DEMOGRAPHIC ETHNOLOGY/ANTHROPOLOGY STUDIES
Learning outcomes of the course unit
- Know and understand the general principles of demoetnoantropology
- Deepen issues such as dialogue, listening, relationship, recognition and respect in order to identify and describe the problems present in the relationships that are established with subjects-patients from different cultures.
Course contents summary
Elements of contemporary society.
- The migration phenomenon.
- Concept of culture: the view of anthropology
- Interculturalism: ethnocentrism and cultural decentralization.
- Citizens of the world.
- Cultural skills
Masera G.Prendersi cura dell’altro dal rispetto al riconoscimento attraverso il dialogo e la cura Edizioni , il Pensiero scientifico, Roma, 2005.
Marianne R. Jeffreys and Enis Dogan Evaluating the Influence of Cultural Competence Education on Students' Transcultural Self-Efficacy Perceptions
J Nurs Transcult April 2012.
D. Elizabeth Jesse, Catching the Spirit of Cultural Care: A Midwifery Exemplar
MidwiferyWomens Health J 2013; 58: 49-56
Lectures with the support of audiovisual and classroom exercises in small groups on the proposed themes.
Assessment methods and criteria
The assessment of the achievement of the objectives of the course includes the preparation of a written text then discussed in the oral examination.