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Educazione, cittadinanza, volontariato

Frontiere pedagogiche
  • Giulia Pieri,

In a complex, global, multicultural and post-modern society such as the contemporary one, the concepts of "democracy", citizenship "and" training” are undergoing a more urgent and necessary rethinking, which is tracing more and more constant new variations, contaminations and interconnections. On the one hand citizenship has become today active and participatory, as today it can be exercised. On the other hand, volunteering can be a response to the need for participation claimed by contemporary societies: the donation of blood, a particular declination of the traditional concept of gift, is seen as an opportunity to participate in community life and to exercise active and responsible citizenship. From this point of view, the subject is the main actor and protagonist of contemporary processes, and must be trained in understanding the complexity of the notion of citizenship.

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Giulia Pieri has obtained the title of PhD in Methodologies of Pedagogical Research. Theory and History at the University of Florence in 2012. Since 2008 she collaborates with Avis Toscana and has dealt with subject training, education and citizenship, starting above all from the role of volunteering in the training of the contemporary citizen.
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Book Title

Educazione, cittadinanza, volontariato

Book Subtitle

Frontiere pedagogiche

Authors

Giulia Pieri

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Publication Year

2013

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Firenze University Press

DOI

10.36253/978-88-6655-505-6

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978-88-6655-505-6

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978-88-9273-481-4

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Premio Ricerca «Città di Firenze»

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2705-0289

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2705-0297

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