Per concludere, una proposta. Usare la lente dell’impatto familiare per osservare la povertà relazionale

Translated title of the contribution: [Autom. eng. transl.] To conclude, a proposal. Using the family impact lens to observe relational poverty

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Abstract

This paper aims to re-interpret relational poverty through the FamILens® (Family Impact Lens), a model promoted by the Family Studies and Research University Centre. It highlights the different facets of poverty, beyond the mere material and economic aspects, shows their mutual interconnections, and paves the way for effective interventions to prevent and fight poverty. This multifaceted phenomenon often stems from the inability or unwillingness to consider the direct or indirect impact on family relationships of both family members’ actions and policies or social practices. The FamILens® identifies five key issues to be examined in order to assess the family impact of policies and practices. By re-interpreting the risk of the relational poverty of families as the result of a lack of consideration for the Family Impact Lens in both intra-family and extra-family decision-making processes, it is possible to pinpoint some innovative directions to be taken in order to prevent and fix relational poverty.
Translated title of the contribution[Autom. eng. transl.] To conclude, a proposal. Using the family impact lens to observe relational poverty
Original languageItalian
Title of host publicationFamiglia e povertà relazionale. Multidimensionalità del fenomeno e pratiche innovative
EditorsDonatella Bramanti, Elisabetta Carrà
Pages241-248
Number of pages8
Publication statusPublished - 2021

Publication series

NameSTUDI INTERDISCIPLINARI SULLA FAMIGLIA

Keywords

  • Family Impact
  • Relational Poverty
  • Relazioni familiari
  • Impatto familiare
  • Povertà relazionale
  • Family Relationship

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