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ANTH 422 - Social Entrepreneurship


Fall (3) Hamada Connolly. Prerequisite(s): ANTH 202   (College400, CSI)

This seminar explores anthropological theory-practice for the next generation of social entrepreneurs, public policy makers, and/or educators. It combines classroom discussion, empirical fieldwork, data analysis, and ethnographic writing. Topics include statistical analysis, professional ethics, behavioral observation techniques, interview and survey techniques, report writing, digital representation, policy application, and grant-writing. Students will conduct small-scale social entrepreneurial projects. This is a COLL 400 course which requires students to take initiative in synthesis and critical analysis, to solve problems in an applied setting, to create original material or original scholarship, and to communicate effectively with a diversity of audiences.