ANTR-1101 Fundamentals of Anthropology
This introductory course attempts to illustrate the role of anthropologists as social researchers, not only among indigenous peoples, but also in different spheres of social and cultural activity, and the instruments of analysis constructed by this discipline over time. It aims at familiarizing students with basic concepts and attitudes in anthropology and achieving critical development in this regard and regarding the task of seeking meanings. The program includes topics such as the object of study of this discipline, its specialties, the concept of culture, relationships with other disciplines, cultural diversity from an ecological-cultural perspective, ethnicity, cultural changes and globalization.
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