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Online Summer Courses on Research Methods in Anthropology
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Summer A — May 8-June 16
Geospatial Analysis in Cultural Anthropology
This intensive course introduces different components of geospatial analysis and their applications in anthropology: Geographic Information Systems (GIS), Remote Sensing (RS), Global Positioning System (GPS), and their integration.
Summer B — June 26-August 4
Text Analysis in Cultural Anthropology
This course surveys methods of text analysis. The focus of the course is on developing skills that students can use to do systematic analysis of textual data, including written texts, photos, and audio or video data.
Methods of Behavior Observation
This course introduces the use of well-established behavior observation methods to answer questions of anthropological interest. The methods include direct observations, time diary techniques, and newer techniques that rely on modern telecommunications or on an Internet-based interface.
Research Methods in Cognitive Anthropology — Cultural Domain Analysis
This course covers the major methods for collecting and analyzing data about how people in a cultural group think about lists of things that somehow go together. Participants get hands-on practice with free lists, pile sorts, multidimensional scaling, cluster analysis, and cultural consensus analysis.
TUITION FOR ALL COURSES IS $1200 AND CARRY 3 TRANSFERABLE CREDITS AT THE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA. EACH COURSE MAY BE TAKEN WITH OR WITHOUT CREDITS.
FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT RUSS BERNARD AT: UFRUSS@UFL.EDU
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