ANTH 105 SC - Field Methods in Antrhopology
An investigation of various methods used in the study of culture, e.g., participant observation, key informant interviews, and linguistic analysis. Students will learn techniques of both collecting and analyzing sociocultural materials and will be introduced to the historical debates surrounding these methods in sociocultural anthropology (e.g., the complementary values of ""outsider"" and ""insider"" research). Students will carry out a range of research projects during the course of the semester.
Course Credit: 1.0
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