Questions regarding the application/registration process????
Phone: (570) 662-4873
Current/Degree-seeking/Graduate non-degree students:
Judi Brayer, Summer School Coordinator
Phone: (570) 662-4818
Or call 1-800-577-6826
Mon - Fri: 8:00 AM - 4:15 PM, EST.
|Course Term and Dates:||Summer I (05/28/13 to 06/27/13)|
|Meeting Days and Times:||Online Course|
|Instructor:||Robert L. Clark, Jr.|
|Department:||Applied Socio-Behav Studies|
|Course Description:||Introduction to culture as a conceptional mode and to the variations in behavior systems found among human societies. Cultural institutions are examined including the process associated with their development and change. This course provides a basic introduction to cultural anthropology, the study of human cultural variation across time and space. It will follow an evolutionary framework in dealing with human cultural systems including kinship, social organization, political organization, language, economics, and religion.|
Courses with insufficient enrollment may be subject to cancellation