As Europe becomes more integrated at the economic and political level, attempts are being made to harmonize education policies as well. This volume offers an important contribution in that the authors examine, for the first time, the politics and practices of social anthropology education across Europe. They look at a wide variety of current developments, including new teaching initiatives, the use of participatory teaching materials, film and video, fieldwork studies, applied anthropology, student perspectives, the educational role of museums, distance learning and the use of new technologies.If students were to exercise initiative and generate their own project, they needed to have the security of working in a ... for an organisation (say 50 percent, i.e., five thousand words) and a reflective essay (30 percent, three thousand words).
|Title||:||Current Policies and Practices in European Social Anthropology Education|
|Author||:||Dorle Dracklé, Iain R. Edgar, Drackle Edgar|
|Publisher||:||Berghahn Books - 2004|