Peer Reviewed Journal
WELFARE E ERGONOMIA
2 issues per year , ISSN 2421-3691 , ISSNe 2531-9817
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The Italian and European welfare system has been through a number of changes in the last decades, which have modified the original structure. The recent modifications have shaped new symmetry criteria between social categories, generations and gender. These modifications have shifted away from concentrating on the common good, and have made the economic and financial sustainability of the system itself the new core; this has reduced the reach of citizenship rights. However, the debate on the optimal structure of national and community welfare systems is still open. The journal’s objective is to bring out the equity/inequity of the welfare system, every time looking at the beneficiaries in an ever shifting socio-cultural context and focusing on the themes which are perceived as being the most relevant. As Bartocci wrote in 1995, the variable geometry framework «identifies the emerging trends, providing an interpretation toolkit to assess the directions they can give to the social system, to evaluate the degree of compatibility between social needs and development policies to which the democratic balance of a country is closely linked».
The journal, in its monographic nature, provides a new mode for looking at the social question, attempting to respond adequately to the diverse needs of individuals. Planning policies according to the principle of participation could generate positive feedback on the efficacy and efficiency of the welfare system of the future.

General editor: Antonella Ciocia Scientific board: Sveva Avveduto (IRPPS CNR), Stefano Boffo (IRPPS CNR), Corrado Bonifazi (IRPPS CNR), Maurizio Bonolis (Sapienza Università di Roma), Simona D’Amore (sociologa presso il Distretto Socio-Sanitario RM H2 - Comune Capofila Ariccia), Maria Giuseppina Bosco (ASL Roma B), Maria Girolama Caruso (IRPPS CNR), Paola Cenni (membro Commissione UNI), Fiorenza Deriu (Sapienza Università di Roma), Rosa Di Cesare (IRPPS CNR), Francesco Draicchio (Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore), Mercedes Gori (IFC CNR), Ivetta Ivaldi (Sapienza Università di Roma), Daniela Luzi (IRPPS CNR), Silvia Mattoni (IRPPS CNR), Carla Moretti (Università Politecnica delle Marche), Oscar Nicolaus (IRPPS CNR), Fabrizio Pecoraro (IRPPS CNR), Anna Lisa Pitino (IFC CNR), Sandrà Potestà (Woodthorpe Development Trust, UK), Silvana Salerno (Enea -Sapienza Università di Roma), Anna Trono (Università del Salento), Darja Zavirsek (Univerza v Ljubljani)

Editors: Maria Giovanna Felici (IRPPS-CNR), Andrea Manocchio, Fabiana Renzo, Roberta Messina. For info:Maria Giovanna Felici, IRPPS-CNR, via Palestro, 32 00185 Roma; tel.06492724210; welfare.ergonomia@irpps.cnr.it.

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Ignazia Bartholini, Antonella Ciocia, Introduzione
Rossana Sampugnaro, Sulle tracce del cambiamento: Millennials e Baby Boomers a confronto (Tracking the change: a comparison between Millennials and Baby Boomers)
Giuseppe Gesano, Seniors’ "Rejuvenation" vs Population Ageing
Maria Lucia Piga, Quando generi e generazioni interrogano le politiche sociali, in risposta allo spopolamento in Sardegna (In response to depopulation of Sardinia: when genders and generations question social policies)
Antonella Golino, Alberto Cerimele, La percezione dell’età in relazione ai cambiamenti del mercato del lavoro (The perception of age in relation to changes in the labor market)
Ignazia Bartholini, Work-life balance e servizi per la prima infanzia: un’analisi di contesto in tema di welfare locale (Work-life balance and services for early childhood: a context analysis on the subject of local welfare)
Marilena Macaluso, La costruzione simbolica del conflitto generazionale nei discorsi politici di Renzi e Grillo (The symbolic construction of the generational conflict in the political discourses of Renzi and Grillo)
Giuseppina Tumminelli, Minori stranieri non accompagnati e classi di età: nuove contraddizioni (Unaccompanied Foreign Minors and age classes: new contradictions)


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