ANT211: Comparative Cultures

Class Program
Credits 3
This course provides an in-depth examination of selected contemporary societies focusing on their customs, language, values, key social institutions and stratification systems. The various internal and external forces affecting political, economic, religious and social cultural dynamics in different, distinct cultures are examined. Students explore the differing social relationships within the family and the community in selected societies. The course also provides a review of selected anthropological case studies from many world cultures.
Semester Offered
This course satisfies the Behavioral or Social Science General Education requirement.