The social and psychological bases for manifestations of and responses to the Holocaust will be used to explore and analyze attitude change, prejudice and discrimination, aggression, cooperative behavior, bystander behavior, and prosocial behavior. The unique historic events that have come to be known as the Holocaust will be used as a vehicle to explore the diverse forms of individual and social behavior that can exist in the midst of dysfunctional social order. Three class hours.
Prerequisites: HIS 260 recommended.
Course Offered Fall and Spring
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Spring Semester 2015
Summer Session 2015
Building 5, Room 414
M-F 8:45 a.m. - 4:45 p.m.