Deree - Academics - Course Descriptions

PS 2257
Diversity and Social Interaction - Level 4
This course studies the Psychology of Diversity and social interaction in contemporary times. A comprehensive coverage of basic theories and current research on Diversity is presented, explaining how and why a broad range of social differences influence attitudes, behavior, experiences and social interactions. The origins and forms of stereotypes and prejudice are examined, implications of stigma and social inequalities are discussed, in addition to addressing a variety of preventative and interventions strategies at the individual and societal level.
Prerequisites: PS1001 Any 1000 or 2000 level module from Sociology or Anthropology
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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