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|Learning Outcomes of the Curricular Unit:|
|It is intended that students get an overview of the main contributions of social psychology under the social thought processes and social influence.|
Thus, it is intended that students are able to:
(i) To acquire and integrate concepts, models, theories in social psychology domain;
(ii) To understand the processes of social influence
(iii) To identify and understand the social thought processes and social influence for criminology;
(iv) Analyze and solve problems in the context of diagnosis and intervention in social contexts;
(v) To improve interpersonal and intergroup communication skills;
(vi) To demonstrate a critical attitude towards research and self-development.
|1st Unit - 1. Introduction. 1.1. Purpose and learning objectives of social psychology 1.2. Main themes of social psychology 1.3. Research methods in social psychology |
2nd Unit – 2. Basic processes of Social Psychology. 2.1. Social categorization. 2.2. Social representations. 2.3. Attitudes. 2.4. Social Identity and intergroup relations.
3st Unit – 3. Social Influence 3.1. Basic principles of social influence 3.2. Standardization. 3.3. Conformity. 3.4. Obedience to authority 3.5. Innovation.
|Demonstration of the Syllabus Coherence with the Curricular Unit's Objectives:|
|Syllabus contents focus on specific theoretical issues in the area of social psychology, thus enabling the fulfillment of the course objectives, specifically: to integrate knowledge about subject, history and methodologies of social psychology; basic processes of social psychology and processes of social influence.|
|Teaching Methodologies (Including Evaluation):|
|Teaching methodology will include research, readings, discussion of specific references, thematic debating and critical reflection. Assessment will be continuous and based on a written test, a practical essay, an oral presentation and work discussion, as well as the execution of theoretical and practical tasks in the classroom.|
|Demonstration of the Coherence between the Teaching Methodologies and the Learning Outcomes:|
|In order to achieve the defined goals teaching methodology includes: theoretical presentation, readings, video visioning and individual and group debate of cases illustrating different problems that may constitute social psychology thematics; The purpose is to promote students knowledge of relevant theoretical content in social psychology.|
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