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    Johnson State College
  Dec 16, 2017
2016-17 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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ANT-1010 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology

3 credits
Cultural anthropology is the study of humans, especially the range of ways in which people around the world today and throughout history have organized themselves to live together – to get along, to survive, to thrive and to build meaningful lives.  This course introduces students to the fascinating work of anthropologists and the research strategies and analytical perspectives they have developed to help shed light on complex issues such as culture and power; race, gender and sexuality; class and inequality; ethnic conflict and the nation-state; and the global economy. General Education (EDP) Course Type: SHR (Social & Historical Relationships) (Shared course in VSC)

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