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ANTH 3306
Cultural Change, Crisis, and Development.
Three semester hours. (FL)
An examination of how humans adapt to change, with an emphasis on the impact of development of non-industrial societies. Issues include the impact of development at the household level, forced resettlement, environmental degradation, and cultural extinction. The underlying goal is to explore ways that anthropological methods and theories contribute to understanding and solving problems facing human populations everywhere.

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