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This course introduces students to the concept of culture, anthropological methods and theories, and the unity and diversity of the human species. Culture is the means by which human beings adapt to their environment, structure their societies, and give meaning to life. The course surveys the similarities and differences of the complex whole of human culture, including: subsistence strategies; economics; marriage, family and kinship; gender; political organization; inequality; religion; colonialism; and globalization. There is a focus on current issues and problems, and their relationship to societal and global matters.
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