First, this module requires students to come to grips with the basic building blocks of the field of Cross-cultural Psychology. This is done by reviewing the relevant literature to develop an understanding of different kinds of theories and models in Cross-cultural Psychology. Second, students are required to build their own conceptual/mental models in the different areas of Cross-cultural Psychology and to have a thorough understanding of the nature and dynamics of Cross-cultural Psychology in the work context. Thirdly the module requires students to integrate contextualised theory and models of Cross-cultural Psychology and how they relate to the world of work.
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