2011-12 Student Catalog 
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2011-12 Student Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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ANT 104 - People and Cultures of the World

3 Cr.

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.). Meets SUNY General Education requirement for Other World Civilizations (OW) (Usually offered Fall and Spring semesters.)

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