Understanding Role of Social Norms in U.S. Political Divide 

ASU faculty member Jennifer Chandler

The recent election left many wondering about how Americans beliefs and perceptions could vary so widely – about everything from race to religion to all kinds of social norms. In this workshop ASU faculty member in leadership and interdisciplinary studies Jennifer L.S. Chandler, PhD,  helps make sense of the diverse reactions to the presidential outcome by exploring the social and behavioral norms that divide us, an important first step in bridging that divide.

Chandler uses the model presented in her new book, “Colluding, Colliding, and Contending with the Norms of Whiteness,” to describe the social processes at work, to help people begin to recognize repeating patterns of behavior.

Participation is limited to 30, so an RSVP is required: email AZHeritageCenter@azhs.gov, or call 480-929-0292. 

A $10.00 donation is requested to offset costs.

Contact: 
AZ Heritage Center at Papago Park
Phone: 
480-929-0292
Location: 
Arizona Historical Society, AZ Heritage Center at Papago Park
Campus: 
Off campus
Price: 
Less Than $25