ICAR Lecture Focuses on Social Influence Processes
Posted: February 8, 2001 at 1:00 am, Last Updated: November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am
By Kate Passin
“Social Influence Processes: A Social Psychological Perspective” is the title of today’s Institute for Conflict Analysis and Resolution (ICAR) brown bag lecture. Guguli Magradze, a Fulbright visiting scholar from Tbilisi State University in Georgia, leads the discussion.
The dialogue is part of ICAR’s Brown Bag Lecture Series, which features ICAR professors and distinguished visitors. The discussions are held Thursdays from noon to 1:30 p.m. in ICAR’s main conference room, A401, which is located at 4260 Chain Bridge Road in the City of Fairfax. The presentations are video taped and students, faculty members, and any other interested parties can access the tapes from the ICAR library.
There are two additional lectures scheduled in February:
Rafayel Seyranyan, visiting scholar at George Washington University and senior researcher at the Institute for Philosophy and Law of the Armenian National Academy of Sciences, presents “Civil Society Building in Transcaucasus as a Conflict Resolution.”
Omowale Elson, visiting assistant professor in George Mason’s Department of Communication, presents “Approaching Caribbean Conflict As A Development Process: No Problem!”