Political Psychology is a growing inter-disciplinary sub-field drawing on insights from a number of disciplines including Psychology, Political Science and History. The MSc Political Psychology adopts a predominantly critical social psychological approach, and places a strong emphasis on understanding how political psychological concepts may operate in practice.
Its aims are to: • provide a critical understanding of the historical development of political psychology from different epistemological, ideological and disciplinary perspectives • provide an advanced understanding of current theoretical debates • enable students to engage in multidisciplinary research • train students to use political psychological theories to formulate research questions
A First Class or 2.1 Honours degree in Psychology or Political Science, or another relevant discipline, or equivalent recognised qualification.
Recipient: Queen’s University Belfast
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