PsychologyPSYC 143 Intergroup Relations

Introduces the study of conflict and intergroup relations. Examines historical and cultural foundations of group psychology and social psychological theory and research on conflict between groups, cultures, and nations. Surveys work on multiculturalism, race relations, and global political conflict. Applies social psychological theories to cases of intergroup conflict.


Prerequisite(s): PSYC 100, or major standing in politics, community studies or anthropology, or by permission of instructor.



Quarter offered

Spring, Summer