Authors: Saidamin P. Bagolong, Allan Hil B. Pajimola, Bryan Lee D. Celeste
The purpose of this textbook is to serve as a reference for an introductory course in Anthropology. This war, focus on concepts and theories of anthropology combined with both social and cultural understanding of humankind. Moreover; this will define basic terms of the course and how it can change your view of the world around you.
The textbook is likewise designed to facilitate the integral development of students for them to effect changes in the self as well as in the environment, thereby realizing the fullness of human life.
Even though this is an introductory textbook, we deliberately retain most of the salient features of anthropology as fairly new academic discipline.
This textbook could not have been written without help from many people whose ideas we have borrowed, modified and incorporated. We owe these people a special debt.
Authors: Saidamin P. Bagolong, Maribeth Q. Galindo, Jackson A. Sison, Deanna Febra C. Rodinas
The purpose of this textbook is to serve as reference for an introductory course in Sociology. The inclusion of family planning and other social issues provides background knowledge for an understanding of these, and other contemporary conditions.
The book is likewise designed to facilitate the integral development of students for them to effect changes in the self as well as the environment thereby realizing the fullness of human life.
Even though this is an introductory textbook, we have deliberately retained many of the salient features of sociology as a young discipline. This is the reason why we incorporated many social issues to stimulate students’ curiosity about learning society, culture, family planning, gender, environment and eve indigenous people.
This textbook could not have been written without help from many people whose ideas we have borrowed, modified and incorporated. To them we are deeply indebted.
Authors: Felisa U. Aguirre, Cecile D. Espiritu, Miramar I. Garcia, Jennifer M. Hobrero, Romeo R. Javines, Ma, Cristina D. Lopez, Maria Rosario E. Monce, Berlyn F. Pa-at, Evalyne A. Rodriquez, Benedict B. Santiago
Sociology and Anthropology are exciting as well as challenging fields of scientific study. It is exciting because it is dynamic and challenging because it opens up a lot of avenues for a continuing knowledge and understanding about the world, people and events. It is about people who are engaged in daily and non-stop activity.
As part of this life activity, this compendium is designed to sere as an introductory material on Sociology and Anthropology. Both scientific fields. although comparatively young in the academic world have been regarded not only as beneficial but moreso, very essential in the preparatory stage of one's understanding about life and the surrounding environment.
The immensity of the subject on both fields of study is given. May this compendium aid the students through their teachers as they engage themselves in this study.