Advanced Social Psychology of Conflict and Conflict Managment
Dr. Uri Lifshin
IDC School of Psychology (2 credits)
The course builds on the course social psychological approaches to conflict and conflict management, given in the fall semester and in the advanced course, the students will go beyond the broad social-psychological theories of conflict and conflict management and explore in-depth topics such as apology and reconciliation, how collective memory, especially of past trauma, affects current intergroup relations, how our moral preferences affect attitudes and behaviors in conflict and the way in which collective threats affect ideologies and worldviews. Students will also analyze a case study, based on a current event.