Social AnthropologyCambridge University
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地點: Cambridge University
Students work with a main supervisor and an adviser, and the division also provides training and specialist seminars. Areas of research include: kinship studies; religion; ritual and symbolic systems; economics, politics and law of non-Western societies; medical anthropology; demography; urban anthropology; ethnicity and minority groups; gender relations; nationalist and transnational politics; Third World development; industrial societies; geographical areas in which supervision can be offered include: Europe; West Africa; Middle East; Central and North and East Asia; South America; Pacific; the Indian Subcontinent.
1st Class Honours degree in social anthropology or a pass in a Master's degree in social anthropology; where 1st language is not English applicants must achieve a 7.5 average score in IELTS; applications should include detailed research proposal.
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