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ANTH 101 - Introduction to Anthropology - Textbook

OER Textbook for Anthropology 101, Hostos Community College

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Introduction to Anthropology

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Part I - Learning Goals

  • To generate an anthropological literacy for critically examining our past and present world and perceived cultural and behavioral norms
  • To identify general learning and critical thinking skills to understand and apply anthropological concepts and principles to life

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