How Culture Works | Anthropology

Description

This course introduces diverse meanings and uses of the concept of culture with historical and contemporary examples from scholarship and popular media around the globe. It includes first-hand observations, synthesized histories and ethnographies, and visual and narrated representations of human experiences. Students conduct empirical research on cultural differences through the systematic observation of human interaction, employ methods of interpretative analysis, and practice convincing others of the accuracy of their findings.



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Cultural Diversity Collection

7th - High School | ebook/Kindle, Online resource

History provides countless examples of the growth and challenges faced by various cultures around the world. This collection explores the land and people of North America, Europe, and Asia,...

$872

Becoming Part of the Globalised Workplace

College | Online class

About this Course The final course aims to build learners’ confidence and adaptability when communicating in cross-cultural environments as they assume leadership responsibility to communicate...

Free

Respect Diversity

6th - High School | Online resource

In this course, participants will explore their own diversity by identifying personal strengths and appreciating how these strengths unify communities. Through interactive activities and an...

$50

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