Pisu, Daniela (2016) L'Inclusione delle "risorse fragili" in Sardegna: buone prassi e inserimenti socio lavorativi. Doctoral Thesis.
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The one-dimensional approaches to the study of poverty link the causes of the phenomenon back to a lack of material resources, with an emphasis on the inadequate allocation of resources characterised by the requirements of economic value and materiality. In this research, starting with the approach of multidimensional poverty, we set out to shed light on how the causes of new poverty are related to the insufficient allocation of human and social capital, characterised by the requisite of intangibility.
The research hypothesis aims to investigate the possibility of conceiving the third sector as a social service instrument to meet the needs of composite sociolaboural inclusion of whom we have referred to as "fragile resources".
To explore this hypothesis, the work has been divided into three stages of investigation.
The first explores in depth the decision-making processes underlying the action plan to combat poverty in the context of Sardinia; the second focuses on the survey outcome of fragile resources returning to the community context as competent resources in terms of the acquisition of coping strategies and empowerment; and the third, analyses the output provided by social operators involved in the co-designing of sociolaboural inputs into social cooperatives of type B.
Therefore, data on the referenced social context - the area of Oristano - show how "joint planning" between public and private can trigger generative processes of "circular solidarity", in which a two-way give and take represent a positive surplus for a "community responsive".
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