Toward a New Citizenship of the Family, 1993
What is the role of today’s family in regard to its mediation between the individual and society? The Third Report on the Family in Italy argues that the family allows the individual to engage in a relationship with society through a filter (cultural, psychological, relational, etc.) that helps the individual utilize the various options offered by society.
This volume analyzes the dynamic of mediation in the various spheres of society (psychological, social, educational, economic, and legal) with particular attention paid to mass media and to the capacity of the family to take care of its weakest members (e.g. those with disabilities).
In brief, the Report underlines that a strong request has been emerging demanding social policies which recognize the family as a specific "social subject" as well as a new citizenship of the family.
The new citizenship of the family
New family mediations: building new rights of citizenship through "invisible relationships"
The role and the perspectives of the family in the opinions of Italians
Family and culture of affection
Family, mass media and television
Francesco Casetti, Mariapia Comand
The link between family, school, and the family associations in education
Exploration of contradictions of reproductive behavior: from refusal of children to children "at any cost"
Gian Carlo Blangiardo, Giovanna Rossi
Family and therapeutic communities
The family as subject of mediation in immigration processes
The family as mediator of individual economic behavior
The family in the legal experience between mediation and subjectivity