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The Chinese University of Hong Kong
人类学的入门课。MINOR人类学的必修课。课程涉及面广但是每个topic不深。Whati is Culture? Culture and biology, culture and language, culture and politics, culture and globalization, culture and economics...Reading 较多，每个星期大概有二十页的英文阅读，但文章有趣有深度，很有价值去研读。
期中是in class 背书就好 期末是Long question五题，每题两页。题目很宽。如Discuss human rights. 需要Think hard!(老师原话)
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Introduction to Culture Anthropology, introducing concepts like kinship, gender, ethoncentrism, race and many others.
20% norm violation project
20% Ethongraphy Book review
20% In-class participation
Class Participation: 20% (10% reserved for written “notes”)
Norm Violation Paper: 20%
Ethnography Book Review: 20%
Much like the basic ideas of Anthropology
How human and culture is connected
Mid term , present , paper and exam
LOADS OF READINGS
要TAKE ATTENDANCE, 預左要堂堂上
basic concept of anthropology (related to culture)
This course is designed to teach you what cultural anthropology is all about in
today’s world. We begin by looking at how cultural and social anthropologists do
anthropology, focusing on ethnography and theory. We then explore, in turn, the
relation of culture to biology and environment, to psychology and the individual, to
language, to family, gender, and life-course, to economics, to power and politics, and
to religion. We then look at culture, ethnicity and nation, examine globalization and
what it means, and consider the future of anthropology.
--in-class midterm examination (30%)
--take-home final examination (50%)
--class participation (20%)
VERY MEANINGFUL AND REFLECTIVE! ALMOST CHANGE MY MIND AND MAKE ME TRANS SUBJECT
MID TERM, PAPER, FINAL
the brief idea of anth
hv mid term and paper
Understanding culture in various perspectives. Very interactive and informative.
The teacher is good and knowledgeable.
One midterm, one final paper.
This course discusses the nature and development of humans and culture. Examples from different cultures in the past and the present will be used to illustrate the similarities and variations among human groups.
Active Class Participation: 12%
• Weekly Written “Notes” (for 8 of the weeks): 8%
• Norm Violation Paper: 20%
• Exam: 40%
• Anthropological News Event Analysis: 20%
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