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by Andrew E. Barnes
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This course looks at how over the course of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries Europeans gave up one set of “others,” that is, social outsiders…

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by Omayra Ortega
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Brief Calculus is for students interested in business, economics, life science, or social sciences.

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Principles of cultural and social anthropology, with illustrative materials from a variety of cultures.

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by Lindsay Ricigliano
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Essentials of Advertising & Marketing Communications is an introduction to the communication process within marketing and advertising. Creation and presentation of an ad campaign will be explored throughout the course.

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by Takeyuki Tsuda
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Ethnic Relations in the United States (ASB 202) explores processes of intercultural relations, systems approach to history of U.S. interethnic relations and psychocultural analysis of contemporary U.S. ethnic relations.

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by Charles B. Corbin
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This course was designed to facilitate and standardize the distribution of undergraduate course requirements in Exercise and Sports Science throughout Arizona Community College system.

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by J. Duncan Shaeffer
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Geography of Europe offers a broad and systematic overview of Europe, emphasizing physical, economic, and cultural phenomena.

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This course examines how people from different cultural backgrounds define health and illness; how cultural practices play a role in prevention and treatment…

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by Andrew E. Barnes
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This course provides a survey of the cultural reaction to jazz from its emergence as a distinct form of music in the first decades of the twentieth century to its inclusion in the intellectual academy as an accepted form of music in the last decades of the twentieth century.

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by Steve Doig
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Surveys research methods used in the social sciences, with a focus on mass communication.

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