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Course Catalog 2006-2007 
    
Course Catalog 2006-2007 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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ANTH 432 - Anthropology and Ethics


3SS, CD

Second Semester.  This course examines the  moral duties of anthropologists engaged in research, publication, and teaching.  Anthropologists  bear personal and professional responsibilities  to the discipline, to humanity, and  to other species integral to anthropological research.  This course focuses on  codes of professional conduct that anthropologists have developed to govern  the ethical pursuit of knowledge in cultural, archeological, biological, and linguistic anthropology. We will be particularly concerned with specific case studies of ethical  breaches, conflicts and dilemmas. 



Prerequisites & Notes
Consent of Instructor Required.
Enrollment Limit:  10
Mr. Glazier

Credits: 3



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