Bachelors in anthropology in Yale nus college
Anthropology questions what it means to be human by exploring as wide a range of human experience as possible. Anthropologists begin from an appreciation of the diversity of human social and cultural life across time and space. They investigate the lived experience people have of their society, exploring differences of language and culture, gender and sexuality, social class, caste, race, ethnicity, religion and locality. The major is designed to help students develop their skills in written, oral and visual expression, in fieldwork, ethnography, and survey design, and in the interpretation of social science information. The field s unique focus on the diversity of human experience is also ideally suited to the development of global awareness at a culturally and historically deep level. Such awareness can lead to new kinds of civic engagement around the world as well as novel modes of moral and ethical reasoning.
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