Description:Aspects of society and culture: kinship, beliefs, economy, and political order among peoples worldwide. Methods and perspectives used in social/cultural anthropology.
Course Content:Lesson 1: Human Being: A Philosophical Foundation
Lesson 2: An Anthropological Approach: Comparative, Holistic, and Ethnographic
Lesson 3: The Ethnographer’s Task: Exploring Other Worlds
Lesson 4: Life Stories: Culture, History, and Personal Experience
Lesson 5: When Worlds Collide
Lesson 6: Humanizing Our Attitudes and Actions
Lesson 7: Reimagining Your Future: Personal and Professional
Online Courses:Course materials are accessed online, and all assignments must be submitted online. Optional course readings may be available but do not include the self-check assignments or graded assignments.
Notes:This course is part of a GE Mosaic.
No Materials required for this course!