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RM215 – Research Design: Method and Theory

Research design, method and theory across the discipline of anthropology. Topics include selecting research problems and sites, engaging literature, data-gathering and analysis, Institutional Review Board approval and ethical issues. Theory and application of contrasting paradigms (i.e. positivist, interpretivist) across each of the four major subfields. Emphasizes commonalities across the discipline in major theoretical currents (i.e. cultural ecology, functionalism, symbolic, historical materialism, postmodernism, feminism, and practice theory).


TermBlockTitleInstructorLocationStudent Limit/ AvailableUpdated
Fall 2019 Block 2 Research Design: Method and Theory Dwanna McKay Barnes Science Center 412 25/19 10/21/2019
Fall 2019 Block 3 Research Design: Method and Theory Manya Whitaker TBA 25/25 03/20/2019