Psychosocial StudiesAnglia Ruskin University
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- Bachelor's degree
- Cambridge (Inglaterra)
¿Qué aprendes en este curso?
Psychosocial Studies is an exciting and relatively new area of study that explores the relationship between self and society. This multidisciplinary course combines the focus on the individual found in psychology and psychoanalysis with the wider cultural and systemic concerns of sociology. It allows you to develop a rounded understanding of human behaviours with specific practical application to a range of substantive policy areas.
- Social and Developmental Psychology
- Introduction to Psychosocial Studies
- Social Science and Modern Society
- Contemporary Social Psychology
- Lifespan Development
- Individual and Society
- Major Project
- Issues in Child Development and Social Psychology
- Contemporary Sociological Issues
- Psychoanalysis & the Self 1
- Comparing Social Lives
- Researching Social Issues
- Anglia Language Programme
- Social Research Methods
- Applied Ethics
- Essential Health Psychology
- Personality and Intelligence
- Theories of Crime, Deviance & Social Control
- Knowledge and Belief
- Social Divisions
- Violent Crime
- Existence and Authenticity
- Clinical Psychology: Behavioural and Biological Approaches
- Gender Relations
- 'Race', Racism, and Cultural Identity
- Emotion and Consciousness
- Critical Issues in Health, Illness and Disability
- Psychoanalysis & the Self II
- Concepts of Good and Evil
- Independent Learning Module
Assessment is via a mix of examination, essays, class tests, individual and group presentations, book reviews, portfolio, and dissertation.
6 years, part-time.
- Tues 10.00-5.00pm
Teaching times for guidance only and subject to change.