| Teaching |
|Level: Master I||Weekly time: 1h30 (course)|
Aims and Objectives:
- This course is designed for master students to give them the opportunity to get knowledge and practical skills in social and cultural interactions.
- As the world develops, it is necessary to make students aware of the acceptance of diversity and international cultural exchange.
- To understand the different fields of psychology and its evolution
- To expand students’ knowledge about society and human behavior.
- To increase students’ respect to human diversity (race, gender, language, religion, orientations etc).
- To understand and tolerate the behavior of the other without being judgmental
- To develop students’ cultural awareness about diversity and to increase their interest and motivation and skills when dealing with cases from real life situations.
- To develop their writing skills through different practical tasks and to increase their critical thinking through the various analyses of situations.
- Students will profound their knowledge in the field of psychology.
- Students can develop their cognitive competencies while reading about different cultures and societies.
- Students will be able to use different techniques and methods to solve problems in different organizations (social, business, administrations etc).
- Bourdieu, P. The Logic of Practice. Polity Press, 1990.
- Cohen, D. (2001). Cultural Variation: Considerations and Imlications. Psychological Bulletin, V. 12.
- Triandis, HC. Culture and Social Behaviour. McGraw-Hill, 1994.
- Introduction to social psychology (Documentary)
- Social influence
- Personality disorders
- Stress and health
- Knowledge (maturation)
- Case studies: Social situations to analyse
End of Semester I
- What is Culture and Cultural Psychology (Documentary)
- Culture and psychology
- Dimensions of Culture
- Psychological needs and the creation of Culture
Case studies: Cultural/ Cross- Cultural situations to analyse
End of Semester II
Assessment and Evaluation
- Exam 20/20