SOA 407: Field Inquiry I - spring
Prereq: Upper-Division Standing;permission of instructor, department chairperson, and college dean.
Research problem formulation, study design, and the gathering and analysis of data in Sociology and Anthropology, with primary emphasis upon field work. In addition to reading and seminar discussions, each student will participate throughout the seminar in supervised field inquiry. Interested students should talk with the instructor about field work possibilities and arrangements. Upon the approval of the instructor, students may register for 407 and 408 in a single semester or three semester hours in each of two successive semesters.
|Topic: Immigrant Justice Lab|
|MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT||3:30 PM EST||6:00 PM EST|
|Instructor: Lisa Maya Knauer||Class status: O|
|Prereq: Upper-Division Standing;permission of instructor, department chairperson, and college dean.|
|Class instruction mode: In Person|