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Adulti per forza? Transizioni dei ragazzi ‘fuori famiglia’ verso l’autonomia e uscita dalle comunità di accoglienza
Titolo Rivista: SICUREZZA E SCIENZE SOCIALI 
Autori/Curatori:  Antonello Scialdone 
Anno di pubblicazione:  2019 Fascicolo: Lingua: Italiano 
Numero pagine:  14 P. 139-152 Dimensione file:  205 KB
DOI:  10.3280/SISS2019-001013
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Questo testo insiste sulla condizione dei minori allontanati dalle famiglie di origine e ospitati in contesti comunitari fino al compimento dei 18 anni. Ingresso nella maggiore età e dimissione dai circuiti di accoglienza non garantiscono affatto il raggiungimento di una piena autonomia, e ciò comporta i rischi di marginalizzazione cumulativa e di ulteriori disagi. Una norma recente disciplina anche per i care-leavers italiani l’accesso a benefici economici e prolunga l’offerta di tutele. La situazione nazionale viene analizzata alla luce di approcci della letteratura internazionale.


Keywords: Minorenni fuori famiglia; uscita da comunità di accoglienza; limiti di età; adultità.

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Antonello Scialdone, in "SICUREZZA E SCIENZE SOCIALI" 1/2019, pp. 139-152, DOI:10.3280/SISS2019-001013

   

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