2022w-apanth4330m-03

AP/ANTH4330 3.0 M: Critical Issues in Medical Anthropology

Offered by: ANTH


 Session

Winter 2022

 Term

W

Format

SEMR

Instructor

Calendar Description / Prerequisite / Co-Requisite

Comparative perspectives on health, illness and medical systems are studied from the viewpoint of anthropology and related disciplines. Emphasis is placed on understanding the roles of the practitioner and patient in their social and cultural contexts and the importance of applied medical anthropology to the wider community.


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