1. Liberation Psychology and Social Change: An Introduction to Ignacio Martín-Baró and Challenges for 21st Century Practitioners

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    With Center Associate Director, Professor M. Brinton Lykes, Boston College, this presentation and dialogue will present some of the key ideas developed by social psychologist and Jesuit priest, Ignacio Martín-Baró, and the challenges that his life and death present for psychologists and activist-scholars in the 21st century.

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    • The Bystander Effect

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      This video is for my social psychology course at the University of Central Florida. It is part of a group project for Kyle Heyne's class. We were required write a paper and create a video for a topic that was discussed in class. The other members of my group are Jordan Phillips, Diamond Cole and Ingrid Barrow. We chose the bystander effect as our topic which is when people diffuse responsibility onto others in cases when help or intervention is needed. In our paper we discussed how the bystander effect relates to bullying, emergency situations and the environment. In this video, I aimed focus on how the diffusion of responsibility of people is a leading factor in the demise of the environment. All credits and references are at the end of the video. Equipment used: Canon t3i rebel, gopro hero 3 white edition and adobe premiere pro.

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      • Red Lips

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        For lips as red as the blood of your enemies, try L'Oreal Color Riche Star Secrets Lip Color. This video is in no way affiliated with L'Oreal at all. I made this for my Social Psychology class.

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        • Christena Cleveland, author of Disunity in Christ, on Cross-Cultural Jesus

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          There are many ways to become cross-cultural. You can move into a new neighborhood, go to a new church or go to college away from home. But Jesus, the Son of God, came to earth to be with humans, he set a new standard for cross-cultural ministry and that was only the beginning. For more info, see www.ivpress.com/disunity.

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          • Christena Cleveland, author of Disunity in Christ, on Coming and Going

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            The Church can no longer consider asking people that are different than them to show up in their building. It is time to stop expecting people to come and instead time embrace the model that relinquishes power and comfort and leaves the safe space. It is time to go. For more info, see www.ivpress.com/disunity.

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            • Christena Cleveland, author of Disunity in Christ, on What It Means To Be "Us"

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              When the Holy Spirit arrived for the first time in the Upper Room, it came bearing the gift to speak other languages. It's first act was to empower the disciples to expand the kingdom and to allow more people to be "us". For more info, see www.ivpress.com/disunity.

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              • Christena Cleveland, author of Disunity in Christ, on The Moms Bible Study

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                Being cross-cultural doesn't mean you have to do missions work overseas but it does mean you have to intentionally interact with people different than you, even when it means a single woman talking about cloth diapers and tips on teething. For more info, see www.ivpress.com/disunity.

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                • Christena Cleveland, author of Disunity in Christ

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                  Despite Jesus' prayer that all Christians "be one," divisions have been epidemic in the body of Christ from the beginning to the present. We cluster in theological groups, gender groups, age groups, ethnic groups, educational and economic groups. We criticize freely those who disagree with us, don't look like us, don't act like us and don't even like what we like. Though we may think we know why this happens, Christena Cleveland says we probably don't. With a personal touch and the trained eye of a social psychologist, Cleveland brings to bear the latest studies and research on the unseen dynamics at work that tend to separate us from others. Learn why Christians who have a heart for unity have such a hard time actually uniting. The author provides real insight for ministry leaders who have attempted to build bridges across boundaries. For more info, see www.ivpress.com/disunity.

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                  • High Fiving Strangers

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                    Ready to get out of your comfort zone? Join us as we high five strangers in Boston. The Goal? To get out of our comfort zone and make people happy :) When was the last time you interacted with a stranger? Check out www.ErosAssembly.com for more stuff like this.

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                    • Zimbardo/Jhangiani Q & A (November 2008)

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                      At the end of a talk about the psychology of good and evil at Kwantlen Polytechnic University (during which he heavily referenced the Stanford Prison study), Philip Zimbardo took a few questions. The first question was asked by Rajiv Jhangiani, then a faculty member in the Department of Psychology at Kwantlen. This video clip includes Jhangiani's questions along with Zimbardo's response.

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