GEDU 715 - Anthropological Research in Education (3)

A survey of social anthropological schools of thought including functionalist, structuralist, critical, and interpretive. Attention is given to styles of anthropological research including ethnographic, symbolic, historical, documentary, autobiographical, participatory, and textual analysis. An examination of major anthropologists and their contribution to study concepts of culture form various perspectives. Application of selected autobiographical principles to the study of one professional, domestic, or international setting. Prerequisite: GEDU 708 with a minimum grade of B-