Psych week 6 | COUN 6220 – Psychology of Personality | Walden University

 You will examine a scenario that includes an inter-group conflict. In this scenario, you are recognized as an authority in cross-cultural psychology and asked to serve as a consultant to help resolve the conflict. You will be asked to write up your recommendations in a 5–6page paper not including your title and reference page.Reference

Darley, J.M. & Latané, B. (1968). Bystander interview in emergencies: Diffusion of responsibility. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 8(4), 377-383.

To Prepare:

Review the following:Scenario: Culture, Psychology, and Community

Imagine an international organization has approached you to help resolve an inter-group conflict. You are an authority in cross-cultural psychology and have been asked to serve as a consultant based on a recent violent conflict involving a refugee community in your town and a local community organization. In the days, weeks, and months leading up to the violent conflict, there were incidents of discrimination and debates regarding the different views and practices people held about work, family, schools, and religious practice. Among the controversies has been the role of women’s participation in political, educational, and community groups.

 (6 pages excluding title page and reference page):

Part 1: Developing an Understanding (2 pages)

  • Based on the scenario, explain how you can help integrate the two diverse communities so that there is increased understanding and appreciation of each group by the other group. (Note: Make sure to include in your explanation the different views and practices of cultural groups as well as the role of women.)
  • Based on your knowledge of culture and psychology, provide three possible suggestions/solutions that will help the community as a whole. In your suggestions make sure to include an explanation regarding group think and individualism vs. collectivism.

Part 2: Socio-Emotional, Cognitive, and Behavioral Aspects (2 pages)

  • Based on your explanations in Part 1, how do your suggestions/solutions impact the socio-emotional, cognitive, and behavior aspects of the scenario and why?

Part 3: Gender, Cultural Values and Dimensions, and Group Dynamics (2 pages)

  • Explain the impact of gender, cultural values and dimensions, and group dynamics in the scenario.
  • Further explain any implications that may arise from when working between and within groups.

Support your Assignment by citing all resources in APA 

Learning Resources

Required Readings

Ahmed, R., & Gielen, U. (2017). Women in Egypt. In C. M. Brown, U. P. Gielen, J. L. Gibbons, & J. Kuriansky (Eds.), Women’s evolving lives: Global and psychosocial perspectives (pp. 91–116). New York, NY: Springer. Credit Line: Women’s Evolving Lives: Global and Psychosocial Perspectives, by Brown, C.; Gielen, U.; Gibbons, J.; Kuriansky, J. (eds). Copyright 2017 by Springer International Publishing. Reprinted by permission of Springer International Publishing via the Copyright Clearance Center. 

Best, D. L., & Busch, C. D. (2016). Gender roles in childhood and adolescence. In U. P. Gielen & J. L. Roopnarine (Eds.), Childhood and adolescence: Cross-cultural perspectives and applications (pp. 209–239). Santa Barbara, CA: Praeger. Credit Line: Childhood and Adolescence: Cross-cultural Perspectives and Applications by U. P. Gielen & J. L. Roopnarine (Eds.). Copyright 2016 by ABC-CLIO. Reprinted by permission of ABC-CLIO via the Copyright Clearance Center. 

Gibbons, J. L., Stiles, D. A., & Shkodriani, G. M. (1991). Adolescents’ attitudes toward family and gender roles: An international comparison. Sex Roles, 25(11–12), 625–643. 

Gibbons, J., Poelker, K., & Moletsane-Kekae, M.  (2017). Women in South Africa: Striving for full equality post-apartheid. In C. Brown, U. Gielen, J. Gibbons, & J. Kuriansky (Eds.), Women’s evolving lives: Global and psychosocial perspectives (pp. 141–156). New York, NY: Springer. Credit Line: Women’s Evolving Lives: Global and Psychosocial Perspectives, by Brown, C.; Gielen, U.; Gibbons, J.; Kuriansky, J. (eds). Copyright 2017 by Springer International Publishing. Reprinted by permission of Springer International Publishing via the Copyright Clearance Center. 

Sarwono, S. (2017). Women in Indonesia. In C. Brown, U. Gielen, J. Gibbons, & J. Kuriansky (Eds.), Women’s evolving lives: Global and psychosocial perspectives (pp. 59–72). New York, NY: Springer. Credit Line: Women’s Evolving Lives: Global and Psychosocial Perspectives, by Brown, C.; Gielen, U.; Gibbons, J.; Kuriansky, J. (eds). Copyright 2017 by Springer International Publishing. Reprinted by permission of Springer International Publishing via the Copyright Clearance Center. 

Tchombe, T. M. S. (2017). Psychosocial perspectives of Cameroonian women. In C. Brown, U. Gielen, J. Gibbons, & J. Kuriansky (Eds.), Women’s evolving lives: Global and psychosocial perspectives (pp. 117–140). New York, NY: Springer.  Credit Line: Women’s Evolving Lives: Global and Psychosocial Perspectives, by Brown, C.; Gielen, U.; Gibbons, J.; Kuriansky, J. (eds). Copyright 2017 by Springer International Publishing. Reprinted by permission of Springer International Publishing via the Copyright Clearance Center.