ANTH337 - XCULT HEALTH&PUBLIC PLCY

This course will introduce students to applied anthropology methods for doing research that can change policy and practices. Examples of policy and practice change include clinical practices in health care settings, social welfare policy, and legal advocacy. Students will be trained in multiple anthropology research methods, including brief participant-observation, qualitative interviewing, life story interviewing, and ethnographic content analysis of textual material. Students will also learn how to use NVivo softwafor analyzing qualitative and some quantitative data from their field notes, interviews, and analysis of popular articles/websites. Finally, students will practice writing products for non-academic audiences, such as policymakers, the media, and the general public. The course will emphasize using anthropology research methods to address real-world problems in policy and practice.
Section 301 - SEM - CROSS CULTURAL METHODS IN HEALTH & PUBLIC POLICY
F 0200PM-0500PM
SAHOTA, PUNEET
UNIVERSITY MUSEUM 328