Cultural Anthropology OpenCourseWare: USU's Free Bachelor Level Cultural Anthropology Course

Published Feb 08, 2009

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Topics from language to politics is covered in 'Cultural Anthropology', an undergraduate-level OpenCourseWare from Utah State University. This course features a study of cultural anthropological topics including kinship, ethnicity, marriage and sex and is intended for students studying Anthropology, Sociology and other related fields.

Cultural Anthropology: Course Specifics

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Cultural Anthropology: Course Description

Taught by Professor Richley Crapo, 'Cultural Anthropology' covers fundamental anthropological concepts of evolution, language, culture and society. Civil and legal institutions like religion and politics are discussed at length, due to the course's focus on cultural topics. Other cultural topics touched upon include marriage, family units and social organizations. The course also provides insights into the connection between biology and culture and how genetics and circumstance can shape a culture's anthropological profile. This undergraduate-level course is offered by Utah State University.

Materials for this OpenCourseWare offering online lecture notes. Students interested in taking this course should visit the anthropology and evolution course page.

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