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Introduction to Anthropology


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This course introduces the field of anthropology, which is the study of human societies, cultures, biological characteristics, and their development over time. It involves a wide range of topics and approaches to understanding the diversity of human experiences and behavior (the ways in which humans interact with their environments and each other). Throughout the course, students also explore topics such as kinship and social organization,
religion and ritual, economic systems, gender roles, globalization, and the impact of colonialism and globalization on indigenous communities. 
By the end of the course, students are expected to have gained a general understanding of the breadth of the anthropological field and its sub-disciplines. They should be able to critically analyze cultural and social phenomena from an anthropological perspective, apply anthropological concepts and theories to real-world scenarios, and appreciate the value of
cultural diversity and intercultural understanding. The course schedule and materials cover key topics and provide a general outline that can be modified based on the learners’ specific interests, resources, experiences, and requirements of the course.

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