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Fall 2020, Aug 31 - Dec 18
Jul 17, 2024
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ANTH 122 - Intro Cultural Anthropology
Examination of importance of culture for human adaptation and survival. The variations and uniformities within the lifeways of humankind demonstrate the richness of human responses to basic needs to subsist, order behavior, and adjust to change. Systems of meaning which allow humans to make sense of their efforts are studied. A holistic approach to the comparative study of human populations. This course meets General Education requirements: Global Consciousness, Social Awareness and Race/Ethnicity/Gender Issues; Social Foundations and new Fall 2017 Self and Society, Self and Society Foundations and U.S. Diversity. Typically Offered Fall, Spring
3.000 Credit hours
3.000 Lecture hours

Levels: Undergraduate
Schedule Types: Lecture, Synchronous Online Mtg Times, Fully Online, Face-to-face Online Supplement

Social and Behavioral Sciences Department

Course Attributes:
Big Rapids Campus, Global Diversity, U.S. Diversity, Global Consciousness, Honors Course, Big Rapids Tuition**, Race-Ethnicity-Gender, Social Awareness-Foundations, Social Awareness, Self and Society, Self and Society Foundation

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