Jan 07, 2017
This is an extremely useful course. There is an effective blend of lecture, quizzes, case studies, essays, and student discussion. The content is highly relevant. I highly recommend this course.
Nov 09, 2017
This course is both informative and practical! It manages to convey the complexity of social norm analysis and measurement while remaining accessible to students with no prior knowledge.
por ISMAEIL MOHAMMAD SOULIMAN•
Dec 09, 2018
Provides very important information about human behavior in all its forms
And how to measure behavior
it is fun
Nov 11, 2018
Too much overlapping - can be good to help memorizing those complex concepts, but also annoying a bit. It can be helpful to give summary diagrams at the beginning to let the audience have a first impression of the knowledge tree.
por Hannah Abigail M. Gesmundo•
Nov 04, 2018
This is a very useful and informative course for me, especially in my line of work in research and public administration. I hope more people could take this course and appreciate the process of understanding and perhaps changing social norms.
por Sami Mohammed Ali Qassabah•
Oct 21, 2018
por Lorena Guadalupe Núñez Vázquez•
Oct 21, 2018
What a fascinating subject! I could dedicate myself to this!
por Hafþór Líndal•
Oct 16, 2018
This course is really worth your time and opens new world to your and everyone else's behaviour
por Kharingyo Shimrah•
Sep 14, 2018
por Hassan Ahmed Alzahrani•
Sep 11, 2018
por Mausumi Sharma•
Sep 06, 2018
The Course is a proper insight of Social Norms and SocialChange.
por Byunggyu Park•
Aug 29, 2018
The course systematically delves into the elements that constitute our actions and the motivations behind them. It not just explains what social norm is but also teaches ways to diagnose it properly and eventually change it for the better. It's fortunate beyond belief that Prof. Bicchieri of University of Pennsylvania, together with Coursera, has determined to open this great resource to the public nearly for free: The content, obviously made possible through years of toils, agonies, and experiences of Dr. Bicchieri, is significantly useful and critically insightful to anyone interested in human behaviours, community development and social change. Beware, however, that the contents within the course aren't well organised: You'll surely have to neatly put these lessons into the right place on your own for easier digestion. Moreover, I was less satisfied with the examples Prof. Bicchieri uses to explain the concepts. I felt there's much space for its improvement as the examples mentioned are more often confusing than not.