|TITLE||Introduction to Social and Cultural Anthropology|
|LEVEL||01 - Year 1 in Modular Undergraduate Course|
This study-unit is an introductory lecture course in Anthropology for persons who are either first year students or are taking Anthropology as an option.
It will discuss the Anthropological approach and Anthropology as a field of knowledge. It will cover the idea of culture and people and discuss some basic concepts of culture. An overview of the broad aspect of Anthropological research will be discussed including units on economic systems; marriage, family and community; power and politics; kinship; descent and social structure; religion; law and social control; and the worlds of men and women.
- Eller, J. D. (2016). Cultural anthropology: global forces, local lives. Routledge: New York and London.
Selected texts will be made available.
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