Anthropology 1050 Introduction to Anthropology I (Fall 2019)

This course introduces many of the main concepts within the field of sociology such as culture, socialization, norms, social roles, values, deviance, and social structure. In addition, students are taught how to recognize and begin to understand the social relationships and interactions between the individual, social groups, and society, as well as the basic research methods and theoretical perspectives of modern sociology.

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List of Reserve Material: 

Fedorak, S. (2006). Chapter 1: The Acadians. In Windows on the World. Toronto: Nelson, pp. 1-15.

Fedorak, S. (2006). Chapter 11: The Kwakwaka'wakw: The Potlatching. In Windows on the World. Toronto: Nelson, pp. 169-179.

Lee, R. B. (1995). Chapter 34: Eating Christmas in the Kalahari. In J-L Chodkiewicz, Peoples of the Past and Present: Readings in Anthropology. Toronto: Harcourt Brace, pp. 224-228.