Introduction to Cultural Anthropology (Social Sciences)
GED 210 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology (Social Sciences)
3 Semester Units
Introduction to Cultural Anthropology presents observations and inferences about the human experience and the corresponding role of anthropology. Specifically, it will emphasize the diversity of human societies and cultural patterns, as well as highlight similarities that make all humans fundamentally alike.
Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
- Comprehend the human experience and the role of anthropology.
- Examine the ways in which human groups reflect upon their culture and social organizations through the use of language and symbols.
- Explore contemporary issues and careers in anthropology.
- Examine the relationship between biology and culture.
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