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          Anthropology at John Jay College

          人类学本科专业为学生提供了在文化人类学奠定坚实的基础,它提供的视角和专业知识:地区,民族,文化,国际/全球问题的知识;技能研究,分析,交流,在全球性的,跨文化环境工作环境和使用信息;尊重和关心其他文化和民族的价值观。

          The major also provides students experience in applying that knowledge to social problems that affect their own communities. Students will be provided opportunities to develop skills in ethnographic research methods and make use of anthropological knowledge in contemporary settings in the New York City region by engaging in urban fieldwork. 学生们 are offered a choice of two concentrations: A) Global Cultural Forms and Social Inequalities; and B) Anthropology of Law, Power and Politics (Prerequisite & Requirements,招生 Information)

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          人类学专业顾问: 爱德华snajdr, esnajdr@jjay.cuny.edu,212-237-8262

          The major in Culture and Deviance Studies is designed to provide students with a basic interdisciplinary understanding of important social problems and institutional responses to treat and control them. This major teaches students the ethnographic and ethnological skills necessary to do professional field research, while maintaining strong interdisciplinary content. This major is relevant to a number of social service careers including social work, social research, protective and corrective services, probation, parole, community reintegration and treatment. The research, writing, and broad interdisciplinary training also provide majors with the background necessary for graduate programs in social work, law, or the social sciences. The core requirements pertain to theory and research, while electives demonstrate applications of these to particular problems. (Prerequisite & Requirements, 招生 Information)

          文化和越轨行为的研究顾问:shonna trinch, strinch@jjay.cuny.edu,646-557-4403

          人类学未成年学生提供接触跨越时间和空间,在跨文化研究的综合背景人类基因变异的范围。这个小提供了需要了解和处理与其他文化的能力,任何学科进一步研究很好的准备。 (要求)

          Anthropology轻微顾问: 爱德华snajdr, esnajdr@jjay.cuny.edu,212-237-8262

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