PSYC-498 Multiculturalism, Democracy, and Intergroup Relations
Fall for 2017-2018
This seminar involves a critical examination and integration of three areas of psychological research and their policy implications in national and international context. The research areas concern, first, intergroup relations; second, perceived distributive, interactional and procedural justice; third, changing trends in cultural and linguistic diversity. A central theme in discussions concerns the psychological conditions for democracy and meritocracy. Prerequisites: PSYC 001. Fall.
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