Class Projetos de Intervenção Psicossocial

  • Presentation


    The UC addresses the general principles of construction and evaluation of social intervention projects, including the diagnosis of contexts and needs.
  • Code


  • Syllabus


    I. Psychosocial intervention issues in PSO

    1.1.Social needs and problems

    1.2.Harmonizing interpersonal relationships in groups

    1.3.Facilitating organizational mergers

    1.4.Improving inter-ethnic relations in institutions and society

    1.5.Improving communities environments and people’s quality of life

    II. Planning and implementation of psychosocial intervention

    2.1. Psychosocial intervention models

    2.2.Tools and techniques

    2.3. Adapting means to aims

    2.4.Monitoring of project execution

    2.5 Assessing impacts

  • Objectives


    This CU aims to provide students with strategies and methodologies for intervention in the psychological processes involved in interpersonal and group dynamics in organizational contexts or in the community. For this, students should develop skills to identify problems, and to plan, implement and evaluate different types of intervention linked to specific social contexts. In particular, they should be able to (a) distinguish between different types of problems in different contexts and (b) identify the different possible interventions in a specific context. Students should also know c) how to distinguish between different models and intervention approaches; d) adapt these models to the contingent situation, choosing compatible tools, and e) be able to design instruments to monitor the results and evaluate the impacts of an intervention or project.

  • Teaching methodologies and assessment

    Teaching methodologies and assessment

    The teaching methodology of the CU includes the presentation of the contents of the syllabus complemented in an integrated way by case analysis on some of its particular aspects, through articles or reports. In addition, mentoring activities are planned for student assessment work.

  • References


    Buunk, A. B., & Van Vugt, M. (2013). Applying social psychology: From problems to solutions (2nd Ed.). Los Angeles: Sage Publications Lt.

    ¿ehaji¿-Clancy, S., Goldenberg, A., Gross, J. J., & Halperin, E. (2016). Social-psychological interventions for intergroup reconciliation: An emotion regulation perspective. Psychological Inquiry27(2), 73-88.

    Fleury-Bahi, G., Pol, E., & Navarro. O. (Eds.) (2017). Handbook of environmental psychology and quality of life research. International Handbooks of Quality-of-Life. Springer.

    Hernández, B., & Valera, S. (2008). Psicología social aplicada e intervención psicosocial. La Laguna: Editorial Resma.

    Knowlton, L., & Phillips, C.(2008).The Logic Model guidebook:Better strategies for great results. London:Sage.  

    Linfield, K. J., & Posavac, E. J. (2019). Program evaluation: Methods and case studies (9th ed). New York: Routledge.

     O'Doherty, K., & Hodgetts, D. (Eds.). (2019). The SAGE handbook of applied social psychology. SAGE Publications Ltd.

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