In the first 2 years, students concentrate on basic anthropological concepts ' such as kinship, politics, economics and religion, as well as world systems and development ' and on methods of studying and analysing these. Students also study ethnography and at least 1 region of the world in depth. There's a substantial practical component to this degree, constituting a 6th of the course load in all 3 years. This includes training in: Photography; videography; editing; and specialist software. In the final year students specialise by choosing from a selection of option topics, and will produce a documentary film and dissertation based on individual study.'
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