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Archived Curricula Guide 2011–2012
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SOSAP5 Social Anthropological Research/ ISSS 7 ECTS
Organised by
Social Anthropology
Preceding studies

Learning outcomes

To introduce students to different kinds of social anthropological research.


The literature represents different social anthropological research. It will deepen students' understanding of the theoretical and empirical contents of the field.

Teaching language

Finnish, English

Modes of study


Numeric 1-5.

Recommended year of study

1. year spring

Study materials

1. Peters-Golden, Culture Sketches: Case Studies in Anthropology. McRaw Hill, 2006;

2. Latvala, Obligations, loyalties, conflicts: highly educated women and family life in Nairobi, Kenya, TUP; 2006;

3. Assmuth, Women's work, women's worth: changing lifecourses in Highland Sardinia, Finnish Anthropological Society, 1997;

4. Korpela, More Vibes in India. Westerners in Search of a Better Life in Varanasi, TUP 2009.


Belongs to following study modules

School of Social Sciences and Humanities
Social Anthropology (Social Anthropology/ISSS)
School of Social Sciences and Humanities
Basic studies (Social Anthropology)
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School of Social Sciences and Humanities