Political psychology is a rapidly growing field of research located at the intersection of psychology and political science. Broadly, political psychology helps us understand how individuals think and feel about politics, and how these psychological factors shape political behavior. This course is designed to examine how psychological factors explain important political phenomena, such as political participation, vote choice, policy preferences, polarization, partisanship, media consumption, political knowledge, political communication, fake news, and political rumors and conspiracy theories.
Course Attributes: EN SBU BAAS SSCFA SSC
INSTRUCTOR: CarlsonView Course Listing