ANT 360 - Doing Anthropology: An Introduction to Ethnographic Methods3 Cr.
Contact Hours Per Week: 3 Lec.
This course will expose students to how cultural anthropologists do anthropology. Students will write an “ethnography” by becoming both “participant” and “observer” and conducting “ethnographic interviews” with “respondents” in the “field.” Students will be encouraged to select a “cultural scene” that is compatible with their own ethnicity, religion, career, or personal interests (e.g., volunteer fire hall, police precinct, Bible discussion groups, and even a tavern pool/dart team).
Pre-Requisites: ANT 102 and/or permission of the instructor.
General Education: Meets SUNY requirement for Social Science (SS)
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