25 August 2017
The Psychology of Intergroup Relations
The course focuses on the social psychological analysis of intergroup relations, from the emergence of intergroup conflicts to their resolution, using examples from every day experiences of stereotyping to severe conflicts around the world. We discuss the motivational processes of intergroup distinction, the role of identity and emotions, the function of prejudice and its consequences for target groups. We look at the ways in which social psychology addressed intergroup conflicts and prejudice, and established the structural conditions of engagement in collective action.
Recommended to: BA and MA students
EUR 250: Covered by fee: 20 classes (45-minute-long), 2 lectures (90-minute-long) on Hungarian culture, history and traditions, related course materials, welcome package, one-day excursion outside of Budapest;
Not included in the fee: travel and visa costs, health insurance, accommodation, meals, social activities and organised visits, personal expenses;