[ANTH 208] Ethnographic Methods


This course introduces students to the basics of ethnographic research methods and the epistemological, political, and ethical debates around them. Throughout the semester, students engage in exercises that are essential to participant-observation and data collection: reading about and experimenting with particular methods, as well as reflecting on their experiences.

Course Title

Ethnographic Methods

Course Code

ANTH 208

Units

1

Fulfills Requirements

W,C

Prerequisites

Prerequisite: Anthropology 100.

Frequency

Offered even years, spring semester.
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