25 August 2017
Psychology of everyday life from a Chinese perspective
Due to the expansion of comparative cross-cultural psychology and cultural psychology a wide variety of psychological phenomena and mechanisms gained new, culturally sensitive description and interpretation. Scientific investigations focus on specific cultural areas, like Euro-American or East-Asian cultural area, or even more concretely, on specific countries, like China. As a result, thorough and relevant scientific knowledge has been accumulated in the field of cultural comparison. The course examines Chinese characteristics concerning cognition, self, communication, values, psychological well-being and acculturation processes relying on the latest researches, both in Hungarian and international context. Lectures and interactive exercises will be provided in order to familiarize students with a rich array of cultural issues.
Recommended to: BA and MA students
EUR 250: Covered by fee: 20 classes (45-minute-long), 2 lectures (90-minute-long) on Hungarian culture, history and traditions, related course materials, welcome package, one-day excursion outside of Budapest;
Not included in the fee: travel and visa costs, health insurance, accommodation, meals, social activities and organised visits, personal expenses;