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|Title:||Psychological Aspects of the Holocaust - course syllabus|
|Abstract:||Social Psychology is the scientific exploration of feelings, cognitions, and behavior of an individual within a social setting. Community Psychology considers the convergence of contextual factors and emphasizes community strengths, justice, and social action. This course will explore concepts of psychology through evaluation of the Holocaust, and students will initiate a social action project to positively influence their community.|
|Citation Info:||Stevenson, C. (2017). "Psychological Aspects of the Holocaust - course syllabus". Syllabus submitted for the International Studies Research Lab, Champaign, IL.|
|Date Available in IDEALS:||2017-10-31|
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Results of the work done by community college educators as part of the Title VI Department of Education Grant.