Not too easy. Not too difficult.
His class was very relate-able, he used pop culture references to link early humanoid behavior to behaviors that we exhibit today. He focused a lot on mating selection and mate attraction, probably because that's what catches the attention of young college students.
Great introduction to anthropology, I learned how human social behavior arose from biological developments. He focuses mainly on the evolution of humanoid mating and parental behaviors, great for sociology majors
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Advice for students:
We read and reported on the novel "Galapagos," which is a bit unusual and not what you might expect from a science class. It made the material more relate-able and understandable from several viewpoints, but if you cannot handle anything resembling English class, perhaps, pick a different anthropology class.