APSY 8915 Critical Perspectives on the Psychology of Race, Class, and Gender (Spring: 3 )
Using social and critical psychological frameworks, introduces multiple strategies for thinking culturally about select psychological constructs and processes (for example, the self, family and community relations, and socio-political oppression). Also pays particular attention to race and class as sociocultural constructs important for the critical analysis of the relationships of culture and psychology. Explores the implications of these constructs for intercultural collaboration, advocacty, and action.
Instructor(s): Janet Helms and M. Brinton Lykes
Last Updated: 07-Dec-13