Explain the usefulness of anthropological knowledge and methods for resolving social problems.
Compare and contrast different cultural patterns of subsistence and economics, marriage and family, gender and social stratification, social control, religion and art. Describe different aspects of culture and the ways cultures are affected by change. Identify connections between various aspects of culture.
An Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
Illustrate the integrated nature of culture using specific examples from students' own and other cultures. Skip to main content.
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ANTH 2100 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
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