Selected topics in social and cultural anthropology – Introduction to Survey Methods

Offer semester
1st semester

Lecture time
Monday 12:30 – 14:20

Lecture venue
MWT3: 1230 - 1420 ;MWT1: 1430 - 1520

Course description

Conducting a survey is one of the major means to collect information for social science research. The course will discuss major considerations in conducting surveys, how to prepare survey questions, and how to design survey experiments

Course learning outcomes

  • To understand major concepts and theories in the field
  • To evaluate critically the development of the field
  • To apply concepts and theories to current demographic patterns
  • To synthesis concepts in the field to the sociological discussion in other


Test 140%
Tutorial Exercise 110%
Tutorial Exercise 210%
Test 240%

Required reading

AE Practice of Social Research (15th edition) Earl Babbie

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