Subject module course 2: Cultural and social dimensions of psychology – theoretical perspectives and themes

Psychology is a broad discipline engaging with knowledge and methods from across the natural, humanistic and social science traditions. The particular emphasis in this course is on a social psychological perspective where the social and cultural world is internally connected with the formation of human life. As such, the theoretical perspectives presented in the course are placed in their historical context and relate to the social and cultural worlds in which human experience and agency unfolds. Whilst the course is grounded in western perspectives on the self, subject and society, it will place these in the context of other major systems of thought, especially Eastern and indigenous approaches.

Recommended level of English:

IELTS: 6.5 or

TOEFL paper-based: 560 or

TOEFL computer-based: 225 or

TOEFL internet-based: 83 or

Cambridge Certificate of Proficiency in English (CPE): passed or

Certificate of Advanced English (CAE): B2

Duration: 15 days

Prerequisites: – Course material and reading list: A digital compendium containing the reading of the course (around 500 pages)
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Discipline: Subject Module in Social Psychology of everyday life
Period: 01.02.2023 – 15.02.2023
written exam 20.02.2023
Format: On-site
Number of ERUA Students: 2
Number of ETCS: 5
Language: English
Student Level: Bachelor
Application Deadline: 15/01/2023