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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

Course Director: Shubhra Gururani - gururani@yorku.ca; Karl Schmid - kschmid@yorku.ca

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. The course combines analytical study with a part-time placement in a non-governmental partner agency.

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

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