Cultural Psychology

This course will provide an understanding of human psychology in cultural context.


Cultural Psychology课程简介:前往报名学习

Cultural Psychology课程简介:

This course will provide an understanding of human psychology in cultural context.


Cultural Psychology课程目录:

1. Introduction

--1.0. Introduction

--1.1. Development of psychology as sciences

--1.2.1. Wilhelm Wundt Establishment of psychology as sciences

--1.2.2. Wundts influence in social sciences and humanities

--1.3. Understanding Wundts science of psychology


2. Physical, biological and cultural sciences

--2.0. Introduction

--2.1. Wundts cultural psychology

--2.2.1. Physical sciences

--2.2.2. Subjective and objective reality

--2.3. Biological sciences

3. Creativity explosion and human potential

--3.0. Introduction

--3.1.1. Creativity and cultural transformation

--3.1.2. Third transformation

--3.2.1. Understanding collective creativity as a basis of culture

--3.2.2. Source of energy and information

--3.3. Understanding how our brain works

4. Subsistence economy and traditional cultures

--4.0. Introduction

--4.1. Hunting and gather societies and domestication

--4.2.1. Agricultural societies

--4.2.2. Lifestyle and agricultural societies

--4.3.1. The role of religion in shaping our beliefs and behavior

--4.3.2. Arab culture and Islam

5. Controlling the environment and a new worldview

--5.0. Introduction

--5.1.1. The role of philosophy in shaping our worldview

--5.1.2. Confucianism

--5.2.1. Renaissance and scientific revolution

--5.2.2. Scientific revolution

--5.3.1. Industrialization urbanization and capitalism

--5.3.2. Ideology and society

6. Definition of cultural and cultural differences

--6.0. Introduction

--6.1.1. Definition of culture, cultural contact and acculturation

--6.1.2. Definition of culture and acculturation

--6.2. Cultural differences

--6.3.1. Socialization practices

--6.3.2. Parent-child relationship

7. Culture and self

--7.0. Introduction

--7.1. Values of children

--7.2.1. Culture and self

--7.2.2. Development of the self

--7.3. Socio-cognitive theory

--Discussion (2)

8. Indigenous Korean concepts and values

--8.0. Introduction

--8.1.1. Jung (情) : Deep affection and attachment

--8.1.2. Empirical study of jung (情)

--8.2.1. Conception of filial piety

--8.2.2. Empirical study of filial piety

--8.3.1. Chemyon (體面 "Face")

--8.3.2. Interview Susumu Yamaguchi

--Discussion (3)

9. School and educational achievement

--9.0. Introduction

--9.1.1. Academic achievement: International comparison

--9.1.2. Interview David Matsumoto

--9.2.1. Educational achievement in Korea

--9.2.2. Cross-sectional and longitudinal studies

--9.3.1. School violence and delinquency

--9.3.2. Interview Albert Bandura

--Discussion (4)

10. Stress, happiness and quality of life

--10.0. Introduction

--10.1.1. Stress and health

--10.1.2 .Empirical studies of stress

--10.2.1. Han(恨) and Hwabyung (火病)

--10.2.2. Han (恨) episode

--10.3.1. Happiness and quality of life

--10.3.2. Can money buy happiness Empirical study

11. Organizational culture and behavior

--11.0. Introduction

--11.1.1. Traditional Korean culture and economy

--11.1.2. Yi Dynasty (1392-1897)

--11.2.1. Organizational culture and behavior

--11.2.2. Interview Prof. Toshio Yamagishi

--11.3.1. Korean economic development and the role of jaebol (財閥) (1)

--11.3.2. Korean economic development and the role of jaebol (財閥) (2)

12. Creativity and innovation in business and management

--12.0. Introduction

--12.1.1. Creativity, community and organizational development

--12.1.2. Interview Prof. Gerald Huther

--12.2.1. Samsung Electronics: Transformation and Growth

--12.2.2. Samsung in 2007 and beyond

--12.3.1. Creativity and innovation at Hynix Semiconductor

--12.3.2. Creativity and innovation at E-mart

13. Effective leadership

--13.0. Introduction

--13.1.1. Personal leadership

--13.1.2. Interview Prof. Albert Bandura

--13.2.1. Organizational leadership

--13.2.2. Organizational leadership

--13.3.1. Teamwork at Google

--13.3.2. Organizational leadership and teamwork at Zappos

14. Political culture, trust and social capital

--14.0. Introduction

--14.1.1. Political culture, human rights and democracy

--14.1.2. Political culture, human rights and democracy II

--14.2.1. Trust, social capital and multiculturalism

--14.2.2. Interview Prof. John Berry

--14.3.1. Social change and global transformation

--14.3.2. Interview Prof. Albert Bandura

Final Exam


Cultural Psychology授课教师:

Kim Uichol-教授-仁荷大学-Department of Business Administration

Kim教授是一位组织和文化心理学家,他在多伦多大学获得理学学士学位,在加拿大皇后大学获得硕士和博士学位。他曾在中央大学、东京大学和夏威夷大学马诺阿分校任教。他发表了200多篇文章和20多本书和专著,包括Individualism and collectivism(2003年)、Indigeous and cultural psychology(2006年)、Democracy, human right and Islam in modern Iran(与2003年诺贝尔和平奖获得者Shirin Ebadi合作)。

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