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|Daniela Maria Pajardi|
Assigned to the Degree Course
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The fundamental purpose of the social psychology course is to introduce students to an understanding of socio-psychological processes of knowledge, representation and action in the social reality underlying the links between individuals and others (other individuals or groups of individuals ), in relation to social objects with which individuals themselves are in contact. A key way of achieving this goal involves the acquisition of appropriate language to explain these processes going beyond the linguistic code used by the common sense to explain social phenomena in which people play the role of observers or protagonisti.Verranno analyzed classical and contemporary social phenomena, such as migration, deviance, terrorism, the new means of communication, equal opportunities, etc. through lessons and examples thanks to the theoretical reflection of the text "La società ri-pensata".
The course program is based on the fundamental concepts and theories of social psychology, with reference to the main methodological research and examples on practical applications to life sociale. Basic concepts of the program will be used in particular in the text of Crisp and Turner (2013): the historical development of social psychology theories and research methods , the research ethics , attribution, the social cognition, the Self, attitudes, aggression, the prosocial behavior , Affiliation and attraction love and Friendship, social influence , group Processes, prejudice , the reports intergruppi. An interpretation review of social psychology than to change society in recent decades in the social constructs of culture, the family, the norm and deviance, of political communication, labor and conflict, migration, etc. It is presented in particular in the volume of Quadrio and Pajardi (2016).
Learning Achievements (Dublin Descriptors)
The student in relation to discipline will have to show possession:
- The mastery of basic skills;
- Understanding of the basic concepts of the discipline;
- The ability to use knowledge and concepts to reason according to the logic of the discipline.
The teaching material prepared by the lecturer in addition to recommended textbooks (such as for instance slides, lecture notes, exercises, bibliography) and communications from the lecturer specific to the course can be found inside the Moodle platform › blended.uniurb.it
Slides of the lectures, example of exam
There are no supporting activities.
Didactics, Attendance, Course Books and Assessment
lectures; the lessons will develop the arguments mainly on the theoretical level, with frequent examples of research and application in various professional contexts. It encouraged the active participation of students and critics.
- Course books
Crisp R.J. e Turner R.N., Psicologia Sociale, Torino, Utet Università, 2013 (edizione italiana a cura di Cristina Mosso).
Quadrio A. e Pajardi D. (a cura di) La società ri-pensata, Milano, Edra, 2016.
The two texts must be studied in full.
Pre-assessment written and oral assessment next mandatory or optional in relation to the written results. Specifications on the review mode and sample questions are available on the website the page dell'esame.Gli students to study courses different from that of "Psychological Sciences and Techniques" will only take the oral part.
Additional Information for Non-Attending Students
There are no differences with respect to the requirements for attending students.
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