Social anthropology raises big questions about people, societies and cultures, not only 'other' societies but also our own lives and our engagement with other places, cultures and people. On this course, you'll explore global questions of power and resources, as well as anthropological perspectives on gender, material culture, identity, religion and culture. This course provides valuable insights, particularly for people working in health, education, development and policy'making.
Modules: Introductions (understanding the social world); doing anthropology; ways of seeing; material culture, consumption and the construction of self.
|Duration & Attendance||Qualification||Tuition fees|
Part Time Evening
|CertHE (Post A-Level)|
- Mature entry