The course aims to provide students with a solid knowledge of the concepts, theoretical frameworks and methodological instruments of Social Anthropology.
Expected learning outcomes
Expected learning outcomes Knowledge and understanding At the end of the course, the student - has a thoroughly adequate knowledge of the theories and themes dealt with in anthropological domain, and can identify and discuss its crucial points; - understands the vocabulary and the arguments that can be found in anthropological fields of reflection concerning social organisations and systems of thoughts in different cultures; - has proficient knowledge of the bibliographic resources and methodological tools characterising Social Anthropology.
Ability to apply knowledge and understanding At the end of the course, the student - can put forward and outline the main conceptual contributions of Social Anthropology; - can apply the knowledge acquired in anthropological domain to discuss theses, rework problems and make critical judgments in relation to the issues addressed; - can apply the conceptual structures of the anthropological sciences to the significant dimensions of contemporary cultural debate.
Lesson period: First semester
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