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Sobre o curso

This is a course on social norms, the rules that glue societies together. It teaches how to diagnose social norms, and how to distinguish them from other social constructs, like customs or conventions. These distinctions are crucial for effective policy interventions aimed to create new, beneficial norms or eliminate harmful ones. The course teaches how to measure social norms and the expectations that support them, and how to decide whether they cause specific behaviors. The course is a joint Penn-UNICEF project, and it includes many examples of norms that sustain behaviors like child marriage, gender violence and sanitation practices. This is Part 1 of the Social Norms, Social Change series. In these lectures, I introduce all the basic concepts and definitions, such as social expectations and conditional preferences, that help us distinguish between different types of social practices like customs, descriptive norms and social norms. Expectations and preferences can be measured, and these lectures explain how to measure them. Measurement is crucial to understanding the nature of the practice you are facing, as well as whether an intervention was or was not successful, and why. In Part 2, we will put into practice all we have learned in Part 1. New! Please use this link for a 30% discount on the recommended book that accompanies this course! https://global.oup.com/academic/product/9780190622053/?cc=us&lang=en&promocode=AAFLYG6...

Melhores avaliações

PE

Mar 06, 2019

This course will open your eyes to different behavioural patterns that human engage in, teach how about the suppossed mudane but important things in our society and also how to carry out a research.

KL

Jun 26, 2019

the course worth the time spent as there a lot of take away that are basically practical in our communities. I think in a whole I have learnt a lot and hope to undertake similar courses in due time

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por Paramjit S

Jun 12, 2019

great learning experience...try practice in my research work

por Lorena G N V

Oct 21, 2018

What a fascinating subject! I could dedicate myself to this!

por alix r

Jul 19, 2017

Amazing course, very well designed and delivered. Thank you!

por Arupa S

Feb 09, 2017

Its an excellent course and a must do for everyone in UNICEF

por ISABEL L E L

Jan 08, 2020

was great!!! I understand at different way network behavior

por Sandhya K S

Apr 03, 2017

its really wonderful course.

Its give direction to thinking

por Dean M

Sep 29, 2019

Learned a lot from the class and looking forward to Part 2

por Fr N

Jan 24, 2017

Get in and make the most of this. Awesome in 1 word ;)

por Oluoma M U

Nov 15, 2019

Very awesome course! Am grateful for the opportunity.

por Natasha E

May 29, 2017

Enjoyed this course and looking forward to part 2!!!

por Edmund R

Oct 25, 2017

Great lecturer. Interesting topic. Super helpful.

por Natia J

Jul 22, 2018

Excellent course. Enjoyed so much! Thank you!

por Hitesh T

Sep 20, 2016

Nice compilation of lectures and case studies

por Felicia M

Mar 30, 2018

Very informative course....great professor!!

por Sára C

Nov 06, 2017

Enjoyable, informative, really interesting.

por Andreas T

Apr 13, 2019

Great course.

Looking forwards for part 2.

por Guillaume N

Jul 28, 2019

Well done, instructive, easy to follow.

por sonia c

Apr 14, 2019

a very interesting course.. thank you

por Rafat A A

Jul 26, 2017

The course is wonderful and helpful

por Catalina M

Mar 24, 2019

Thank you for the amazing course.

por Sean

Jul 26, 2019

incredibly useful and insightful

por Dehua G

Sep 23, 2017

Great course, great experience!!

por Iman A

Jan 05, 2017

Very useful and well-organized!

por khaled y a a

Jan 14, 2018

Very wonderful I learned a lot

por Mbia E B

Jan 17, 2017

Very very interesting lecture