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Course ID: ANTH  201
Effective Date: 03/02/2013
Title: Introduction to Cultural Anthropology - SBCD2
Career: Undergraduate
Credit Hours: 3.00
Description: This course introduces cultural anthropology and surveys its fundamental questions, concepts, methods, and data. The overall question it seeks to answer: what does it mean to be human? To answer this question and many related ones involves learning concepts such as culture, cultural relativism, universalism, evolution, race, gender, and class.The course explores the way cultural anthropologists develop their research questions and the methods and data they use to answer them.
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