Sociocultural approach

IB Psychology: Sociocultural approach

The sociocultural approach examines the effect of environmental and cultural factors on behaviour. This approach argues that our behaviour is influenced by other people, even when we believe we are acting independently. The focus in this unit is on our social identity, how individuals behave in groups, cultural influences on behaviour, and the role of globalization on identity.textEssential questions


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