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HOD-837 Ethnography and Crossing Borders

4 semester credits
This course is an introduction to the rich and complex field of ethnography and its approaches. Of particular interest will be how studies utilizing ethnography cross borders between disciplines to produce research studies that are comprehensive and holistic. Students will experience ethnography as an approach to the study of human development, systems, and organizations that is of special interest in our scholar-practitioner world. The roots of ethnography and anthropology will be examined along with the relationship of ethnographic research with contemporary social and ecological justice issues.
Delivery Method: Online
Grading Default: Letter
Learning Outcome(s):
  • Critically examine the assumptions and examples of ethnography as a research approach.
  • Demonstrate an understanding of the conceptual principles of anthropology and cultures.
  • Write a research paper utilizing ethnographies and methodological studies of cultures.



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