EM409/609 Cultural Anthropology

This unit introduces you to cultural anthropology as a tool for Christian mission, expressing a Christian perspective on anthropology.

Subject CodeEM409 - Undergraduate
EM609- Graduate
Pre-requisitesNone
Study ModeMST Wantirna Campus or
Next Available Semester 1, 11th-15th February 2019

Overview

You will learn to differentiate the patterns and processes of culture and cultural change and understand your own cultural context in order to accept the validity of different cultures.

The subject will present culture as the context within which God interacts with people and the significance of this to churches today.

    Lecturer

    This subject will be taught by Dr Cathy.

      Time Commitment

      The On-Campus mode of this subject will require a time commitment of roughly 10-12 hours per week, which is made up of both lecture/in-class time and self directed study.

      The Distance mode of this subject will require a time commitment of roughly 10-12 hours per week in total.

      Whatever method of study you choose, you will require Internet access to access the resources on our eCampus.

        Assessments

        Assessments will be advised first week of class.

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