ANT 315 - Development Anthropology
Anthropologists’ and development sociologists’ specific roles in economic development, public health, other projects involving cross-cultural planned change. Concepts of socioeconomic change emphasizing classic case studies of applied anthropology and sociology; modern roles in project planning, design, instrumentation and evaluation. Social scientists’ responsibilities in understanding recipient culture, in encouraging participatory approaches to development as part of interdisciplinary development project team emphasis.
Prerequisite: ANT 102 or SOC 100 or 150.(3 cr. hr.)
Frequency code O = offered occasionally
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