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Psychology 3375

Stereotyping and Prejudice

Philip Mazzocco

Credit hours: 3
GEC categories: Diversity (Social Diversity in the United States)
Prerequisites: Psych 1100

Text Books:

Title Author(s) Publisher ISBN
The psychology of prejudice and discrimination (2nd Edition) • Whitley, B. E., & Kite, M. E Thompson/Wadsworth

Example Syllabus: Psych 3375 Syllabus_SP13.rtf

Course Objectives: In this course, you will receive a broad overview of theory and research relating to stereotypes, prejudice, and discrimination. You should leave this class with a much better understanding of how prejudice works, how it is relevant to your own life, to the lives of others, and to society in general.

Course Content: Classes will mainly involve lectures and discussion, but a wide variety of multi-media materials and activities will also be a part of the class (including a full length film).

Method of Presentation: Lecture, activities, demonstrations, multi-media presentations.

Method of Evaluation: In-class exams, homeworks, participation in a discussion, in-class final exam.


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