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ANTH 4130 6.0: THE PROFESSIONAL ANTHROPOLOGIST: THE ANTHROPOLOGIST AS PRACTITIONER

ANTH 4130 6.0: THE PROFESSIONAL ANTHROPOLOGIST: THE ANTHROPOLOGIST AS PRACTITIONER

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AP/ANTH 4130 6.00

THE PROFESSIONAL ANTHROPOLOGIST: THE ANTHROPOLOGIST AS PRACTITIONER

Applied Anthropology uses the theory and methods of anthropology in the analysis and solution of practical, legal and policy problems for non-academic clients such as governments, development agencies, NGOs, tribal and ethnic associations, advocacy groups, social-service and educational agencies, and businesses. This course discusses the different set of ethical considerations, research constraints and report formats confronting Applied anthropologists as professionals.

Prerequisites: AP/ANTH 3110 6.00. Note: This course is open to Anthropology majors/minors only.

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