Focus in Sociocultural Anthropology
What is Sociocultural Anthropology?
Sociocultural Anthropology is the study of human individuals and societies, their behaviours and beliefs, and everything about human culture. It is one of the four traditional subfields of Anthropology. At UTM, our sociocultural courses include topics in political, legal, and environmental anthropology.
Career areas include:
- Non-profit associations
- Non-governmental organizations (globalization, environment)
- Government agencies (foreign affairs, justice, immigration, multiculturalism, social services)
- Health care (cross-cultural health research, cultural sensitivity training, and research in health care)
- Publishing and Advertising
- Human relations
- Market research
UTM undergraduate students who focus in Sociocultural Anthropology normally enrol in one of the following programs:
- Specialist Program in Anthropology (Arts) ERSPE1775
- Major Program in Anthropology (Arts) ERMAJ1775
Learn more about Anthropology programs at UTM.
Most of our recommended upper-level courses for a focus in Sociocultural Anthropology are Anthropology Social Science (SSc) credits.
Learn more about course selection for Anthropology programs at UTM.
Teaching and Research Specialites
At UTM, our faculty teaching and research specialties in Sociocultural Anthropology include:
- work, labour, economics, ethics
- inter-relations between the environment, religion, and science
- media (newspapers, video, film)
- neoliberalism and globalization
Regions of interest include:
- Eastern Africa
- Middle East
- South Asia
- Southern Africa