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MSc Cross-Cultural Studies of Children, Child Development and Youth

Course Description

This degree is unique in its anthropological perspective in studying children and childhood. Its key organising principle is that children are nor just passive recipients of the world in which they live, but actively help to constitute that world, as well as being constituted by it. The course includes taught modules in the social anthropology of childhood and child development, along with research methods modules leading to a dissertation. Modules reflect cover topics such as: the child in kinship; the anthropology of childhood; children in health and sickness; and cultural processes of learning.

For more information, see http://www.brunel.ac.uk/courses/pg.

Entry Requirements

A degree, preferably in humanities or social sciences. Professional qualifications and ordinary degrees may be accepted in exceptional circumstances.

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