This course exposes students to a broad spectrum of ideas and perspectives on discrimination, prejudice, and racial stereotypes. Primarily a discussion-based course, Prejudice and Conflict provides students with the education and skills to effectively express their views and discuss difficult topics.
Kim Chaney, a social psychology doctoral student at Rutgers whose own research examines the ideologies that underlie prejudice, will teach the course.
This course fulfills an elective requirement for Psychology majors or minors. The course may also be of special interest to those majoring in Criminal Justice.
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