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Selected Topics in International Relations: Conflict, Security, and Political Psychology

Semester
Instructor(s)
Units
4
Section
1
Number
123L
CCN
30721
Times
TuTh 12:30-2pm
Location
REMOTE
Course Description

This course explores international and sub-national conflict and security issues from the perspective of political psychology.  The first part of the course introduces several frameworks from psychology that can be applied to the study of conflict and security.  The second part of the course uses these frameworks to explore both historical and contemporary topic.