Pre-Conference IACCP Workshops
These two workshops have limited space, but are free and open for all Congress registrants to apply– first come first serve!
TITLE: Critical Explorations of Culture: A Qualitative Approach
TIME: July 11, Monday, UTC 12:00- UTC 16:00 (four hours):
TEACHER: Kumar Ravi Priya, Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur, India
CONTENT: The history of qualitative psychology/social science highlights the immense potential qualitative methodology has to reconstruct everyday life experiences of people within their cultural contexts. This workshop is an invitation to co-learners to have a first-hand experience of: (a) understanding the nature of “qualitative data”, (b) building a research relationship that has the potential to provide a humanizing space to the participants, (c) analyzing qualitative data (coding and memo writing), and (d) establishing the scientific rigour of the findings. Research scholars and faculty members are, or who wish to be involved in research, teaching or evaluation associated with qualitative methodology will be the most suited for this workshop. Limited to 30 participants.
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TITLE: Teaching Taboo Topics: Strategies for Teaching about Cultural Diversity in Different Contexts
TIME: July 11, Monday, UTC 12:00- UTC 15:00 (three hours)
- Johnny Andoh-Arthur, the University of Ghana
- Rachana Bhangaokar, The Maharaja Sayajirao of Baroda, India
- Emma E. Buchtel, Education University of Hong Kong
- Yulia Chentsova Dutton, Georgetown University
CONTENT: When teaching about cultural psychology, certain topics may be very challenging for your students, challenging their preconceptions and expectations. Four experienced teachers of cultural psychology currently teaching in Africa, America, India and China will lead an interactive workshop. We will share the skills and tips we have learned for reaching students in our contexts, even if they might not want to hear what we are teaching. Teachers (or future teachers) of all levels of experience are welcome. Limited to 30 participants.
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Some locations are organizing in-person or online activities to accompany the IACCP 2022 Congress. Please see below for contact / registration information as applicable. Are you hosting an in-person or pre-conference meeting in your region to accompany the IACCP 2022 Congress, and would like to show it here or apply for a sponsorship? Please email the info to our Organizing Committee member Dr. Natasza Kosakowska-Berezecka (email@example.com) .
East Asia: With support from IACCP 2022, Prof. Ping HU and Dr. Xiaomeng HU from Renmin University of Beijing and the Cultural Psychology Division of the Chinese Psychological Society worked with Alex English (IACCP Early Career EC member; Zhejiang University) and Emma Buchtel (IACCP East Asia Regional Representative; The Education University of Hong Kong) to organize a one-day online event from 9am to 5:30pm on Sunday, July 10, 2022. Morning keynotes from Richard Shweder, Kaiping Peng, Jackson Lu, Emma Buchtel and Michael Bond were followed by presentations by six young Chinese scholars, Zhendong Wang, Yan Mu, Siyang Luo, Xiaopeng Ren, Tian Xie, and Michael Shengtao Qu, and eight graduate students in the afternoon, as well as a professional development session by Alex English and Yanjun Guan on “How to publish in top Cultural Psychology journals.”
The online event was free and open to all interested listeners, with the link publicized by the Chinese Psychological Society in China and also on the IACCP 2022 Whova. In the morning session, the number of concurrent viewers reached 3,418, with more than 8000 individual listeners joining at different times. Wechat users may follow the Division’s Weixin page and find more information on the webpage below:
Europe: Cross-cultural psychology in practice – workshops with practitioners at University of Gdansk, Poland. The Culture & Psychology (C&P) School, sponsored by the International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology (IACCP) will be partially held in person at University Gdańsk, Poland. The two streams: Cultural-Clinical Psychology by Yulia Chentsova-Dutton & Andrew Ryder, and Acculturation through the lens of gender: Theoretical & Empirical Models by Saba Safdar and Natasza Kosakowska-Berezecka will take place in Gdańsk and our C&P School will also host local practitioners working within the field of integration of migrants and refugees (also from Ukraine) within the region of Gdańsk. Our C&P School students and local practitioners will build research projects together – this will help us emphasize the importance of the applied character of cross-cultural research and the necessity of interdisciplinary collaboration. Our goal is also to build local capacity to carry out culturally sensitive & empowering programs and interventions fostering effective intercultural contact.
North Africa and the Middle East region: MENA regional representatives Prof. Michael Weinstock and Prof. Maya Benish-Weisman will host an in-person event for interested Congress attendees on Thursday at 18:00 (local time) at Hebrew University’s School for Social Work. If you are interested in attending, please fill the form in this link: https://forms.gle/eGNsAghth5AZKeW69
The IACCP Culture & Psychology School is taking place prior to the IACCP conference from July 3rd to July 8th, 2022. This year the C&P School has a hybrid format with an in-person component which is taking place in Gdansk, Poland. The C&P School offers four streams focusing on different topics. While new student applications are already closed for this summer school, to lean more about the content and the teaching team please see here: https://www.iaccp.org/inspire_events/iaccp-culture-psychology-summer-school-in-person-streams/