ANT 104 - People and Cultures of the World3 Cr.
Contact Hours Per Week: 3 Lec.
An ethnological examination of a representative culture (e.g., an African tribal society, an Amazon River Basin society, a Meso American state society, a primitive Hunting and Gathering society, or a Native American society) to see how Homo sapiens adapt culture to environment. This course is designed to introduce students to the distinctive features of a non-Western (i.e., non Indo-European) culture. Students interested in the diversity of human behavior will profit from this course (e.g., careers in anthropology, sociology, psychology, criminal justice, education, political science, etc.).
General Education: Meets SUNY requirement for Other World Civilizations (OW)
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