The teaching of General Sociology, along with the professional profile of the Degree Course in Dietetics, aims to present to the Students a thematic articulation pointed to the acquisition of general scientific knowledge in the planning of health and social policies and in the multidisciplinary quali-quantitative evaluation of interventions and services in the health and social field, such as to provide the student with disciplinary knowledge about the models, theories and scientific instruments of social research and the health principles of individuals, communities and the population.
Expected learning outcomes
Knowledge and understanding - The student will achieve a general and professional knowledge of the sociology and methodology of social research and culture of well-being, applying this knowledge in the theoretical-operational dimension of health-disease and in the implementation of interventions and services in the field social and health
Making judgments - On the topics of the course, the student will have to acquire adequate communication methods and competences for the understanding and transmission of social knowledge related to sociology and social research methods, with an ability to analyze and interpret the models, methods and techniques of research. , planning and evaluation of social, health and welfare interventions and policies.
Communication skills - The communication skills will be acquired by the student using a terminology and a disciplinary and scientific language to represent the skills and knowledge learned during the lessons, in particular in the context of the social research methodology and the planning and evaluation of the relationship health-disease.
Learning skills - The program aims to provide the student with a capacity for critical analysis evolved with respect to the knowledge already acquired, also in a scientific sense for self-reflective learning, declining all possible disciplinary aspects, with a view to a complete ability to interacting and sharing the processes of constructing meanings and developing metacognitive skills.