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Cultural Anthropology (formerly ANTHR 220-CCN)

Social ScienceGeneral Transferable Electives

Course Description
The course examines human behavior and belief across cultures. Major topics include the concept of culture, ethnographic research, and the cross-cultural examination of subsistence and economic systems, divergent social roles and identity, family systems, religious belief, and the impacts of colonialism, modernization, and globalization.

Course Details

Contact Hours

Credits: 5.0

Lecture: 50
Total: 50

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Class & Syllabi Listing

 Item #  Year Quarter  Instructor Syllabus Additional Files
4014 Spring 2019 Staff
7820 Spring 2019 Keith, Kathryn
5612 Spring 2019 Danner, Karen
5885 Winter 2019 Danner, Karen
4017 Winter 2019 Russell, Mary L. View Syllabus
7826 Winter 2019 Keith, Kathryn View Syllabus
7827 Winter 2019 Keith, Kathryn View Syllabus
5404 Fall 2018 Meulblok, Mary
5885 Fall 2018 Danner, Karen View Syllabus
7827 Fall 2018 Keith, Kathryn View Syllabus
7826 Fall 2018 Keith, Kathryn View Syllabus
4016 Fall 2018 Russell, Mary L. View Syllabus
5973 Summer 2018 Keith, Kathryn View Syllabus
5885 Summer 2018 Keith, Kathryn View Syllabus
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