ANTH-101

Intro to Socio-Cultural Anthro

CREDITS: 3
LENGTH: 15 weeks
CAMPUS: Prince George
PRE-REQUISITES: None
CO-REQUISITES: None
 
DESCRIPTION:
Sociocultural anthropologists examine social patterns and practices across cultures, with a special interest in how people live in particular places and create meaning. The goal of this course is to examine the diversity of existing human cultures as well as provide students with a basic understanding of the fundamental concepts used by sociocultural anthropologists. Topics include research methods, economic systems, marriage, kinship, political systems, expressive culture, religion, illness, and gender. Examples will be drawn from a variety of societies.

Course Schedule

ID SEMESTER CAMPUS DELIVERY LOCATION INSTRUCTOR STARTS ENDS MEETS
CI001 Spring 2020 Prince George In Class 2-111, 2-111, OFFCAM J. Reade January 6 April 24 M 9:00AM Tu Th 10:00AM F 11:30AM
WW002 Spring 2020 Prince George Online ONLINE, OFFCAM J. Reade January 6 April 24 F 11:30AM
WW003 Spring 2020 Prince George Online ONLINE, OFFCAM J. Reade January 6 April 24 F 11:30AM
WW001 Intersession 2020 Prince George Online TBD S. Hellyer May 11 July 30 TBA

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