ANTH2101Foundations of Socio-Cultural Anthropology3 ch (3C) [W]
Using ethnographic research and cross-cultural comparison, socio-cultural anthropologists attempt to understand the lived experience of people. Using case studies drawn from classical and contemporary ethnographic accounts, this course offers a foundation in socio-cultural anthropology with a comparative approach to human social organization through a focus on kinship and political systems.Prerequisite: Any introductory anthropology course or permission of instructor.Note: Students cannot obtain credit for both ANTH 2144 and ANTH 2101.