APM6010 - Foundations of Community Psychology
|1.||Critically reflect on their social identities and practices and how these may influence interpersonal encounters;|
|2.||Discriminate between key concepts such as race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, culture, and how these are linked with oppression and privilege;|
|3.||Analyse systems of oppression and their impacts on health and wellbeing of individuals and groups;|
|4.||Advocate for methods and practices that challenge oppression and promote social justice;|
|5.||Develop and deliver a mini workshop on a topic dealing dimensions of human diversity.|
|Assignment||Literature review (2000 words)||25%|
|Assignment||Mini workshop plan (1500 words)||25%|
|Assignment||Reflection and Toolkit for promoting social and cultural justice (3000 words)||50%|
The Psychology of Liberation: Theory, Research and Applications
Montero, M., & C. C. Sonn (Eds) (2009).
New York: Springer.
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