inFA09cul - Cultural Anthropology ANT 102 Internet Fall 09...

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Cultural Anthropology ANT 102 Internet Fall 09 Professor Cheryl Graham Email: [email protected] Phone : H 724 251 5033 Cell 724 355 7825 You may call me Monday through Saturday from 8AM to 9 PM at either of these phone numbers. FAX 412 369 4197 Office Hours : Campus Hours: by appointment Bb Virtual Hours: See Office Hours site Texts: Cultural Anthropology. 9 th ed. Serena Nanda and Richard L Warren. Thompson 2007. Wadsworth. ISBN 0534617069. General Information: The college catalog has course descriptions, program/degree criteria and academic policies and procedures. You should obtain a copy of this from an admissions or advising center on the campus nearest you. The college also produces a student handbook . It has additional services and resources listed such as library, tutors and student clubs. Student life policies and procedures are described. It is imperative that you understand that you are expected to abide by these to participate in this course. Th is handbook is available at the CCAC web page. You can also find help through Special supportive services if you have needs related to learning or disabilities that might challenge your success at school. There is a student handbook under tools at the Blackboard site to assist you in operating the Blackboard for this course. Course Description : A study of the structure of human socio-cultural systems that emphasizes economy, kinship, political organization, social control, social stratification, belief systems, and language. The course deals with cultural variations among living populations of the present and recent past whose cultures have been described by ethnographic fieldworkers. Selected case studies are read, discussed, and compared, to stimulate a fuller appreciation of our common humanity. Course Objectives: At the end of the course the student will be able to: Define cultural anthropology and locate it within the context of general anthropology Define Culture and use this concept as an analytical tool.
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