ANTH 003 - (BH, CC) Cultural AnthropologySemester Hours: 3
Cultural anthropologists study the different ways in which social groups organize their daily lives. This class introduces students to methods, concepts, and fundamental topics of research in cultural anthropology. It treats such topics as gender and sexuality, race and ethnicity, class and status, and the impact of globalization on sustainability. Case studies illustrate how people interact with their environment, organize their economic activities, and regulate social power, authority, and influence.
(Formerly Culture, Tradition and Transformation.)
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