Antropology of Education
Study Cycle: 1
Lecturer(s): red. prof. dr. Krek Janez
Link between anthropology and education. The selected anthropological topics: kinship systems; marriage and family; sexual differentiation; social control; religion; social power.
Selected cultural phenomena and interpretation: initiation; totem and the logic of totemic classifications, totem and caste; taboo; incest; exogamy, endogamy; monogamy, polygamy, polyandry; patrilinear and matrilinear succession;
systems of transformations, universalization and particularization, categories, types, numbers; structure and function in primitive societies; stationary and cumulative; cultural needs, etc.
Education and human being as a biological and social being: anthropological models of interpretation of the human phenomenon; the importance of biological and social factors on individual Incarnation; criticism "nature-nurture" dyad.
Transmission of culture (inculturation): basic concepts and models of the transmission of culture; inculturation; factors of the transmission of culture; comparison of the transmission of culture in indigenous and modern societies;
Links insights of anthropology and issues and theories of moral philosophy. Cultural norms of normality in non-European cultures and discomfort in culture.