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ANTY 220 - Culture & Society

4 Credit(s) (CD)
An introduction to the fundamental concepts of cultural anthropology, as well as a discussion of the origins and development of several contemporary societies. Primary topics include: (a) social, political, and subsistence patterns; (b) intellectual technical, aesthetic, and cultural structures; and (c) this will further be used to study how the environmental, technological, economic core is related to all other aspects of any society including cultural, political, spiritual, or ideological. In addition, students will look at how societies are integrated into ever larger units of social relationships, particularly integration into a world market economy in the 19th and 20th centuries. Students will demonstrate understanding of course content through written critiques and directed examinations. Lecture and small group discussions.

Behav/Soc Sci.
(fall/spring)



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