ANT 460 - Public Health and Poverty Credit Hours: 3
Seminar survey of applied medical anthropology research on the health effects of extreme poverty. Through in-depth explorations of anthropologists working in public health settings around the world, students will learn methods, theory, and critical issues of this subfield. Example target populations include farmworkers, immigrants, the homeless, refugees, and the working poor. Partially satisfies University Studies IV: Building Competencies/Writing Intensive.
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