Certificate of Achievement

Enekwa Ebere Hezekiah

has completed the following course:

Anthropology: Understanding Societies and Cultures

The University of Newcastle Australia

This short online course explored introductory anthropological concepts. The topics covered included social and cultural anthropology, historical development of modern social and cultural anthropology, and basic theoretical and analytic models applied in anthropology.

3 weeks, 3 hours per week

Educators

Professor John Fischetti

Interim Pro Vice-Chancellor

The University of Newcastle Australia

Transcript

Learning outcomes

  • Investigate what the discipline of anthropology is and how it relates to the concepts of ‘culture’ and ‘society’
  • Describe the historical evolution of anthropology, from its foundation to the present day.
  • Produce ethnographic field notes related to a field work exercise.
  • Identify the significant theorists and theories undergirding anthropology.

Syllabus

  • An introduction to social and cultural anthropology
  • The historical development of modern social and cultural anthropology
  • Basic theoretical and analytic models applied in anthropology, including kinship theory
  • A basic introduction to anthropological fieldwork and ethnography

Issued on 31st August 2019

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Free online course:

Anthropology: Understanding Societies and Cultures

The University of Newcastle Australia