PSYC 361
Psychology of Nonviolence
Last Offered Spring 2018
Division II
This course is not offered in the current catalog or this is a previous listing for a current course.

Class Details

Nonviolence refers to choice behavior in interpersonal interactions in which physical injury to others is rejected as an option. In this course we will study moral and psychological theories of nonviolence, and evaluate the empirical support for their central claims of psychological benefits to the practitioner, attitude change in the adversary, and positive exemplary effects on social interaction. Topics include empathy, tolerance, forgiveness, aggression, courage, resisting violent assault, and civil resistance.
The Class: Format: seminar; discussion
Limit: 16
Expected: 16
Class#: 3765
Grading: yes pass/fail option, yes fifth course option
Requirements/Evaluation: class attendance and participation, discussion leadership, one 5-page essay, and a final paper of approximately 10 page
Prerequisites: any 200-level course in PSYC or permission of instructor
Enrollment Preferences: Psychology majors
Distributions: Division II
Attributes: PSYC Area 6 - Other/Interdisciplinary Psychology

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