Save for later

Social Norms, Social Change II

This course is Part 2 of the Social Norms, Social Change series. In this course, we will examine social change, the tools we may use to enact change, and put into practice all we have learned in Part 1. See Social Norms, Social Change Part I at this link: https://coursera.org/learn/norms This course covers scripts and schemas, the cognitive structures in which social expectations are embedded, and their relationship with social norms. The course then examines the essentials of norm abandonment, including the relations between personal beliefs and social expectations. We will also evaluate existing intervention strategies, including legal reforms, information campaigns, economic incentives, and group deliberations. Finally, we look at a variety of tools policy makers may use to effect change, highlight the role of trendsetters in social change, and explore the conditions under which they can be successful. The course is a joint Penn-UNICEF project." Please see the following link for a 30% discount on the book that accompanies this course: https://global.oup.com/academic/product/9780190622053/?cc=us〈=en&promocode=AAFLYG6

Get Details and Enroll Now

OpenCourser is an affiliate partner of Coursera and may earn a commission when you buy through our links.

Get a Reminder

Send to:
Rating 4.7 based on 59 ratings
Length 5 weeks
Effort 2-3 hours of work per week
Starts Nov 21 (last week)
Cost $49
From University of Pennsylvania, Unicef via Coursera
Instructor Cristina Bicchieri
Download Videos On all desktop and mobile devices
Language English
Subjects Social Sciences Science Art & Design Humanities
Tags Social Sciences Life Sciences Arts And Humanities Philosophy Psychology

Get a Reminder

Send to:

Similar Courses

What people are saying

social norms

Best Course Ever in Behavioural Change and Behavioural C A fantastic course creating a structure out of observing social norms and methodically implementing social change.

Great continuation to Social Norms Social Change I, goes more into actionable identification and evaluation techniques.

Extremely helpful for any person working in organisations that aim to change harmful social norms.

The course gave me a complete different view on how social change works and what tools you can use to change social norms.

very good good program The course was a more practical continuation of Social Norms I, and brought the social norms abandonment in perspective.

I really enjoyed the second part of the Social Norms, Social Change course.

Another great social norms social change online course.

Ce cours m'a permis de maitriser davantage les normes et les changements sociaux Thanks it gave me very helpful ideas about how to change social norms this training is superb in the personal and professional development .

Read more

social change

The course has an incredible depth its information, especially with its real-life success stories and failures in social change.

I can see many useful applications, from norm's socioeducation to strategies design for social change.

Read more

very interesting

Generally a very interesting course, the later part particularly dealing with Trendsetters would have benefitted from more examples - to enlighten the theory.

This course is a capacity strengthening one for civil society operators, quite enlightening A very interesting course.

My Instructor Cristina Bichieri was excellent in imparting knowledge and made the course very interesting.

Read more

very good

Exhaustive It was very good lecture which is practical and could broaden the horizon.

I thank you for affording me the opportunity to take this course and I would not hesitate to take any other course conducted by Cristina.THANK YOU The course i learn is very good and it related our community.

anyone interested

Immensely enjoyable and highly recommended to anyone interested in social reform and the social sciences.

I recommend this course to anyone interested in how some NGO's like UNICEF work and how they astrive for norm changes within the communities that they work with.

Read more

Careers

An overview of related careers and their average salaries in the US. Bars indicate income percentile.

Document Change Control $53k

Social $65k

Change Control Specialist 1 $71k

Change Control $82k

Engineering Change Coordinator 1 2 3 $85k

IT Specialist - IT Change Management $100k

IT Change Management Analyst $100k

Change Management Coordinator 1 $103k

Change Specialist 2 $112k

Change Management / Training $119k

Change Configuration Management $120k

Change Management Coordinator 3 $121k

Write a review

Your opinion matters. Tell us what you think.

Rating 4.7 based on 59 ratings
Length 5 weeks
Effort 2-3 hours of work per week
Starts Nov 21 (last week)
Cost $49
From University of Pennsylvania, Unicef via Coursera
Instructor Cristina Bicchieri
Download Videos On all desktop and mobile devices
Language English
Subjects Social Sciences Science Art & Design Humanities
Tags Social Sciences Life Sciences Arts And Humanities Philosophy Psychology

Similar Courses

Sorted by relevance

Like this course?

Here's what to do next:

  • Save this course for later
  • Get more details from the course provider
  • Enroll in this course
Enroll Now