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Title:Applied Anthropology: Global Mobilities
Author(s):Isabel Scarborough
Subject(s):applied research
anthropology methods
undergraduate careers in anthropology
internationalizing the curriculum
ISRL
Abstract:Applied anthropology is the use of anthropological methods, ideas, and skills to help others by contributing to a better understanding and solution of pressing social issues. This course presents students with an array of case studies in which applied anthropology made a difference, while workshopping multiple methods of data gathering and presentation. There is an emphasis on ethics and cultural representation, as well as on global mobilities. Students acquire a set of skills and learn how these methods and tools of analysis can be applied in different careers.
Issue Date:2018
Citation Info:Scarborough, I. (2018). “ANT 110, Applied Anthropology syllabus.” Syllabus submitted for the International Studies Research Lab, Champaign, IL.
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URI:http://hdl.handle.net/2142/101882
Date Available in IDEALS:2018-10-23


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