Cultural anthropology is a course that examines cultures from all over the world using anthropological concepts. The class will comparatively explore data, social patterns, history, diversity, and belief systems across cultures within their respective contexts. Topics to be discussed but are not limited to include culture, cultural change, religion and the supernatural, kinship, family, and descent, art, health and medicine, economics, politics, subsistence, gender, and language. Ethnography, the writing style of the discipline, will also be explored.

Credits: 4.00
Lecture Hours: 4.0
Lab Hours: 0.0

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