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ERIC Number: EJ163266
Record Type: CIJE
Publication Date: 1976
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The Introductory Anthropology Course: A Multi-Track Approach for Community College Instruction
Foster, Daniel J.
Anthropology and Education Quarterly, 7, 1, 19-21, Feb 76
Asserts that the most basic types of understandings that students should gain from the beginning anthropology course could be grouped into two broad categories based upon two very important precepts of anthropology: overcoming anthropocentrism and combating ethnocentrism. Using this as a guide, two lists of course objectives were compiled and the course structured accordingly. (Author/JM)
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