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References for some of the examples of culturally oriented methodology to be discussed in class:. The following studies are all excellent examples of a cultural approach. The first, by Nisbett and Cohen, is perhaps the best example of a well thought out, broad-based approach to a psychological issue, combining a dazzling set of methodologies. The psychology of violence in the south. Boulder, Colorado: Westview Press. Each of the following studies exemplifies one interesting approach, spelled out in a productive and intelligent way. Cultural differences explored by using bicultural individuals:.
Sussman, N. Influence of culture, language, and sex on conversational distance.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 42, Cultural differences having to do with participation in two very different political situations East and West Berlin , beautifully controlled for almost everything else, and using ethological and textual analysis techniques. Oettingen, G.
Pessimism and behavioural signs of depression in East and West Berlin. European Journal of Social Psychology, 20, Analysis based on keen observation of one's own culture, by the quintessential observer, Erving Goffman:. Goffman, E. Notes on the management of spoiled identity. Englewood Cliffs, N. Chapter 1. Stigma and social identity. A systematic, large scale cultural comparison of educational systems, using combined observational, survey and interview techniques:. Stevenson, H. A long way to being number one: What we have to learn from East Asia.
Cultural comparisons of sleeping arrangements, using a novel constructive task:.