Class Schedule

PSYC 142 - 01 Psychology of Oppression and Liberation

2017 Fall Quarter

Class Details
Career
Undergraduate
Grading
Student Option
Class Number
22990
Type
Lecture
Credits
5 units
General Education
Available Seats
8
Enrollment Capacity
120
Enrolled
112

Description
Provides theoretical frameworks for understanding interlocking systems of oppression from the perspective of "the oppressed" as well as "the oppressor" nationally and internationally. Goes beyond mainstream (traditional) psychology and emphasizes critical psychological perspectives that include micro- and macro-level theories of oppression; importance of ideology in oppressive systems; and theories of social change and liberation across contexts.

Enrollment Requirements
Prerequisite(s): course 3 or 100 or feminist studies, sociology, community studies, or politics majors.

Class Notes
Enroll in lecture and associated discussion section

Meeting Information
Days & Times
Room
Instructor
Meeting Dates
TuTh 09:50AM - 11:25AM
Kresge Clrm 321
09/28/2017 - 12/08/2017

Associated Discussion Sections or Labs
Sec
Type
Class #
Days
Time
Instructor
Location
Enrolled
Enrollment Capacity
01A
Discussion
23638
Tu
05:20PM-06:25PM
Staff
R Carson Acad 252
30
30
01B
Discussion
23639
W
04:00PM-05:05PM
Staff
R Carson Acad 252
28
30
01C
Discussion
23640
W
08:00AM-09:05AM
Staff
R Carson Acad 252
30
30
01D
Discussion
23641
F
02:40PM-03:45PM
Staff
Soc Sci 1 161
24
30