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ANT 400 - Ethnographic Methods

Students will examine and evaluate the practice of anthropological ethnography through hands-on exercises, collaborative workshops, discussions on conducting ethnographic field research, ethics, and applications of responsible ethnographic research. Through in-class simulations and assignments, students will develop skills in participant observation techniques, taking ethnographic field notes, conducting interviews, and recording and transcribing discourse. Offered winter semester. Prerequisite: ANT 204 or SOC 101 or CJ 101 or permission of the instructor.

Credits: 3

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