ASA3_winter2015 - Winter 2015 ASA 3 Psychosocial...

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Winter 2015 ASA 3: Psychosocial Perspectives of Asian Americans M/W/F @ 11:00-11:50am ROOM # 1227 Haring Manveen Dhindsa, Ph.D Office hours: Mondays and Wednesdays @ 12:00 – 1:00pm Office: Room # 3111 Hart Hall Email: [email protected] TA: Helen Ku Email: [email protected] Section 3: Wednesday 4:10-5:00 in Wellman 207 Section 4: Wednesday 5:10-6:00 in Wellman 207 TA: Ying Li Email: [email protected] Section 5: Friday 10:00-10:50 in Wellman Hall 105 Section 6: Friday 12:10-1:00 in Olson Hall 207 TA: Nancy Nguyen Email: [email protected] Section 1: Monday 2:10-3:00 in Social Science Bldg 90 Section 2: Monday 3:10-4:00 in Social Science Bldg 90 Course Objective The course examines the identity, personality, social psychological, and mental health issues of Asian Americans. We will rely on psychological literature that examines topics such as acculturation, identity development, academic achievement, among others, so as to gain a deeper understanding of the Asian American experience. The goal of this course is to get students to evaluate the literature by thinking critically about the significance and the implications of the research presented. This course satisfies the following General Education requirements: Social Science, Diversity. Required Text: Course reader available at Copyland. Copyland is located at 231 G St #6 Davis, CA 95616 Additional readings not found in the reader will be made available as PDFs on the course website through SmartSite Course Requirements 1. Regular class attendance and completion of required reading
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