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ENTS 255.07 Ecology & Anthropology Tanzania Program: Field Methods in Ecology and Anthropology 3-4 credits

Open: Size: 25, Registered: 8, Waitlist: 0

Synonym: 65670

Anna B Estes

This course enables students with interests in both Ecology and Anthropology to conduct studies in partnership with Tanzanian host communities. The challenges facing cultural groups and socio-ecological systems in northern Tanzania are inherently multi-disciplinary, and students must be able to bridge disciplines. This Field Methods course provides students with a common set of skills from both the ecological and anthropological disciplines to be applied in their Independent Study projects. Topics covered in the course include: introduction to research ethics; conducting a literature review; design and implementation of data collection protocols and survey questionnaires; summary, analysis and presentation of qualitative and quantitative data.

Prerequisite: Participation in Ecology & Anthropology Tanzania Program

Participation in Ecology & Anthropology Tanzania Program

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