The principles of diversity in human society and culture, both today and with a view to the future, and a comparative approach to its causes and results.
A detailed understanding of the disciplines of social and cultural anthropology, including economics and ecology, parenting systems and gender, politics and law, belief systems, religion and ritual and the social and cultural uses of symbolism and thought as these relate to cultural diversity, social conflict and the emergence of new social and cultural models.
The uses of empirical field work and data retrieval for generating anthropological theory.
The knowledge and skills to practise in the field of social and cultural anthropology.
Number of ECTS credits: 240
Branch of knowledge: Social Sciences and Law
Faculty or school: Faculty of Geography and History