Issues and Debates Summaries

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ETHICS in Social Psychology
Ethics when researching obedience and prejudice, and also the implications of findings in both areas.
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ISSUES RELATED TO SOCIALLY SENSITIVE RESEARCH in Social Psychology
Racism or cultural differences in social psychology.
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PSYCHOLOGY AS A SCIENCE in Social Psychology
Social desirability in questionnaires. Issues of validity in questionnaires.
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REDUCTIONISM in Social Psychology
Risk of reductionism when drawing conclusions from social data.
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PRACTICAL ISSUES IN THE DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF RESEARCH in Social Psychology
Issues around informed consent and deception. Designing questionnaires and issues with social desirability.
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CULTURE AND GENDER in Social Psychology
Whether prejudice and obedience are affected by cultural or gender-related factors.
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PSYCHOLOGICAL KNOWLEDGE OVER TIME in Social Psychology
Burger compared with Milgram.
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NATURE/NURTURE in Social Psychology
The role of personality in obedience compared with the role of the situation.
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COMPARISON OF WAYS OF EXPLAINING BEHAVIOUR USING DIFFERENT THEMES in Social Psychology
SIT and RCT.
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USE OF PSYCHOLOGY IN SOCIAL CONTROL in Social Psychology
Reducing prejudice, and how people obey to people who are in authority or in uniform.
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USE OF PSYCHOLOGICAL KNOWLEDGE IN SOCIETY in Social Psychology
Reducing conflict in society.
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