SOCI 2853 - The Anthropology of Magic and Religion (3)

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An examination of how belief systems and their symbolic representations give meaning to the universe and one's place in it. Topics to include the nature of ritual, the structure of myth, magic, witchcraft and how these beliefs contribute to social and cultural change.

Prerequisites: 6h of 1000-level sociology with a grade of C- or better

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NT online Ann Marie Powers Open Entry Syllabus


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