Cultural Anthropology

Content
12 modules

Rating

Course Length
4 hours

Instructor
ORA Prep

Description

Course Synopsis

Anthropology studies the elements that unite us a species, as well as the diversity apparent in our bodies and behaviour. It has traditionally explored institutions found across cultures such as religion, economy, polity, and family, but the discipline has evolved along with the modern world so that it now looks at phenomena as diverse as corporate structures, scientific organisations, film, social media and so on.

This course introduces students to this exciting discipline, and particularly at the place of cultural anthropology within the wider field of anthropology. Students will explore the key questions that cultural anthropology aims to answer, the main methodologies employed by modern anthropologists, and ethical considerations that must be taken into account. The course also looks back in time at the history of anthropology, putting modern anthropology in context by establishing its origins and tracing its development over the years.

In short, the course aims to give students an appreciation for the diversity of human experience, and the critical tools necessary for researching the social and cultural aspects of it.

What's Included?

This courses consists of 4 X interactive lectures - audio recordings with accompanying presentation material - each taking approximately 1 hour to complete. Our unique, on-demand, interactive delivery system means that students are able to start instantly and work through material at their own pace. The interactive format ensures that the learning process is engaging and enjoyable, with regular quizzes and exams to enable students to check that they are following the topics covered. This courses is available to start instantly online – once you've chosen the course you want to take, you can get started straight away.

How Does it Work?

The course is broken down into tutorials, which is an interactive presentation accompanied by an audio lecture that takes around 1 hour to complete. Each tutorial is broken down into its major topics, chapters, which are navigated via tabs at the top of the screen. This ensures that course content is broken down into bitesized educational units that are easy to digest, and also means that content is easily navigable at the pace of the student.

Why Take this Course?

This course is ideal preparation for students thinking of studying anthropology, archaeology, psychology, and related subjects at university, exploring a range of academic theory and practical methods.

Objectives

  • To understand the questions, perspectives, and methodologies employed by cultural anthropologists
  • To explore the history and development of academic thought within the field of anthropology
  • To study the ethical issues raised by academic research and how to address them in modern research

Certificate

By completing/passing this course, you will attain the certificate ORA Prep Certificate

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Instructions
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Tutorial 1: An Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
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Tutorial 1 Exam
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Early Bird Questionnaire
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Tutorial 2: Research Methods in Anthropology
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Tutorial 3: Key Theoretical Schools and Figures
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Tutorial 4: Social Structure and Construction
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Final Exam
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End of Course Questionnaire
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Added 25 days ago, by Katrine
Cool
 
Added about 1 month ago, by Carole
Very informative course, with lots of details.
 
Added about 1 month ago, by Katarina
Recommended!
 
Added 2 months ago, by Anonymous
5 stars
 
Added 5 months ago, by Begüm
I have enjoyed this course mildly. It gave me a better understanding about antropology in general and I apriciate this a lot.
 
Added 6 months ago, by Anonymous
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Added 9 months ago, by Anonymous
It had good content but the tests weren't proper
 
Added 11 months ago, by Susana
sucks
 
Added over 1 year ago, by Anonymous
It was fantastic, thank you.
 
Added over 2 years ago, by Yung
Nicely and clearly structured course laying out the basic principles, theories and concepts of cultural anthropology.

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