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physical activities of said vulnerable populations

Activité physique et vulnérabilité

Responsible Faculty: Faculty of Social and Political Sciences (SSP)

Teacher(s): Anne Marcellini
Lecturer(s): -

Validity: 2015 -> 2019

No timetable defined.

Course

Autumn semester
4 hours per week
56 hours per semester

Teaching language(s): French
Public: Yes
Credits: 0

Objective

The objective of this course is to train students to an analysis of political, mediatic or scientific speeches using the notion of "vulnerability" to designate certain populations. It aims at questioning and then sociological and critical analysis of the contemporary recommendations of the use of physical activities among populations said "vulnerables".

Content

This course will be organized in two parts: a theoretical analysis part about the scientific literature relating the issue of vulnerability and that of the practice of physical activity, and a practical part on the realization of a sociological survey about vulnerability.
The course is part of university master, and will be based on a pedagogical strategy constructed on the principle of training through research.
This proposal is in the field of active teaching apprehending the construction of knowledge, know-how and knowledge being through concrete practice of social science research by the learners. Specifically it aims to create educational conditions for the construction of a sociological perspective on the relationship between body, society and vulnerability. This setting research situation will be achieved through the realization of a sociological survey in the field of Physical Activities tailored to populations said vulnerables in Switzerland.

Evaluation


Validation class period with rating:
Continuous control without registration

2 continuous controls : a summary note of scientific papers and a final report.

Bibliography

Bachimont J. (1998). les soins hospitaliers, entre démédicalisation hospitalière et médicalisation du domicile, in Aiach P. et Dleanoe D. (eds), L'ère de la médicalisation, Paris Anthropos, pp.175-209.
Barreyre J.Y. (2014). Eloge de l'insuffisance. Les configurations sociales de la vulnérabilité, Toulouse, Eres.
Caradec V. (2004). Vieillir après la retraite. Approche sociologique
du vieillissement, Paris, PUF.
Feillet R. (2012). Corps, vieillissement et identité : entre
préservation et présentation de soi. Place des activités physiques
et sportives, Toulouse, Erès.
Ferez S. & Thomas J. (2012). Sport et VIH : un corps sous contrainte médicale, paris Téraèdre.
Marcellini A. & Fortier V. (2014). L'obésité en question. Analyse transdisciplinaire d'une épidémie, Bordeaux, Les Ediitons Hospitalières. Supligean M.O. (2007). Clubs thérapeutiques et « Groupes d'entraide mutuelle » : héritage ou rupture ?, Vie sociale et traitements (VST), 3, 95, 54-63.
Thomas H. (2010). Les vulnérables. La démocratie contre les pauvres, Paris, Croquant.
Winance M. (2007). Dépendance versus autonomie... De la signification et de l'imprégnation de ces notions dans les pratiques médico-sociales, Sciences sociales et santé, 25, 4, 83-91.

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