|Responsible unit:||Department of History, Political and International Studies|
|Course/CS Responsible:||Bachelor of Arts in Information Science|
|Acronym||No. of Students||Study Plan||Curricular Years||Credits UCN||Credits ECTS||Contact hours||Total Time|
|CINF||63||CINF - Study Plan||1||-||6||56||162|
|Maria Inês Ferreira de Amorim Brandão da Silva|
The main aim to address the construction of public administration process, how it has evolved.
Moreover, it is necessary to identify the administrative entities in order to understand their production of information, specifically, the successive institutions set up under the Public Administration in the period between the formation of the Kingdom and the democratic organization.
It is a further object of this U.C. identify the logics of Portuguese territory governance held either by the public and the private administration, and the tensions and negotiations between powers.
Finaly to identify the organic, powers and functions of the administrative structures that were emerging and evolving over time (disruptions, changes or evolution) and the perception of its effects on different documentary production that are assembled in local and national archives.
Ability to an historically contextualization of the institutions created over time, connecting time, space and the cyclical and structural change.
Understand the semantic evolution of the terms, in space and time.
Develop organizational capacities of consulted bibliographic information.
The aim is also that students may be able to arrange their own research, bibliographic media, printed sources and, if possible, handwritten documentation.
It seeks that the information obtained can be reused and published in practical work, to develop in other subjects and in their specific professional life.
PART I - The foundation of the Portuguese Kingdom to the Liberalism Period
1. Territory and Territories - an articulation of power - the dispersion of territories - secular and religious landlords - constraints associated with the Christian reconquest process:
2. The organization of the central power in the medieval period:
2.1. supports: a compilation of legislation, military organization and tax organization;
2.2. the medieval Cortes: advising the monarch, represent the community?
3. The organization of the central government - the state's institutionalization in the modern period:
3. 1. a complex of organic and functional coherence - "polissinodal regime ';
3. 2. modern Cortes - the loss of skills.
4. The organization of local territorial magistrates in medieval and modern period:
4.1 Provedorias and Comarcas
4.2 Local Councils: manorial and royal municipalities, secular and religious.
Part II- From the Liberalism to the Decentralized Administration
1. Constituent Cortes and the new governmental order - the fragmented power
2. Electoral systems and the impact on the central and local governance.
3. From the Mesas to the Ministries (from the 19th century to the Republic).
4. "Start below": the reorganization of the local administration and the extension of powers: from the districts to the the parish administration.
Supplementary means of projection image and text in order to developpe debates around various issues addressed.
Some classes will be exclusively for preparation of practical work and applied research.
The frequency is obtained through mandatory attendance at 75% of the teaching units. It is mandatory to present a paper on certain topics within the course that is average with the final exam grade, worth 50% each component.
|Frequência das aulas||56,00|
75% compulsory class attendance.