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Cultural Anthropology

Cultural Anthropology

This course provides a solid introduction for students who are new to the branch of cultural anthropology. Students are presented with all the basic information pertinent to the field. The topics discussed include: • Relevant anthropological theories • Ethnocentrism and culture • Language and communication • Race and ethnicity • Economic and political systems • Religion and belief systems • Kinship and descent • Marriage and family • Gender and sexuality • The effects of colonialism and industrialization • Globalization The applicability of anthropology in today's world is emphasized. This is a fully functional demonstration of one topic from the complete McGraw-Hill course. Full courses tend to be fourteen topics plus a review week, and have alternative content available for customization... Show More


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Mary Garrett
Mary Garrett (Faculty)
2 years ago

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