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Native American Studies Program Objectives The Native American Studies Minor integrates a wide variety of academic areas, including anthropology, history, political science, economics, business and law. The overall objective of the program is to increase the diversity of the EOU educational process.
Students can complete their minors both on and off campus due to the diversity of offerings in both teaching areas. The minor will lead to a greater understanding of Native American peoples who have had significant roles in the history and tenure of North America.
Awareness of their continuing political role in tribal, federal, state and local government activities enhances the overall knowledge of our students, including people in applied fields of study such as anthropology, education and business.
It is also important for our students to recognize the U. Learning Outcomes Students, depending on the courses selected, will have the ability to: Develop a general understanding of Native North American history.
Develop a general understanding of the diversity of North American Indian culture through an in depth consideration of different Tribes and Nations. Provide an opportunity to explore North American Indian mythology and spiritual beliefs.
Provide an opportunity to discover how North American Indians have been affected by culture change. Provide an opportunity to learn about the diversity of Native American governments.
Means of Assessment To ensure that students meet the above program outcomes, they demonstrate proficiencies by means of the following depending on the course: Each assignment is assessed by means of specific evaluative criteria.
The above must include at least 20 graded credits in upper division. A minimum of 10 hours counting toward the minor must be completed at Eastern Oregon University. Native American Course Descriptions.This page is a resource explaining general sociological concepts of sex and gender.
The examples I cover are focused on experiences of otherness. In sociology, we make a distinction between sex and gender.
Sex are the biological traits that societies use to assign people into the category of either male or female, whether it be through. The Complete Guide to Traditional Native American Beadwork: A Definitive Study of Authentic Tools, Materials, Techniques, and Styles Oct 7, by Joel Monture.
The eradication of Native American culture continued until the s, when Native Americans were able to participate in and benefit from the civil rights movement.
The Indian Civil Rights Act of guaranteed Indian tribes most of the rights of the United States Bill of Rights.
For example, throughout much of the 19th and early 20th centuries, white Americans perceived themselves to be superior to other races, like African Americans and Native peoples.
Eastern Oregon University > Anthropology / Sociology > Native American Studies. Native American Studies Program Objectives. The Native American Studies Minor integrates a wide variety of academic areas, including anthropology, history, political science, economics, business and law.
HIST History of Native Americans and . Native American Mascot Controversies & Sociological Perspectives. like African Americans and Native peoples. As a result, they treated both groups (the Other) as inferior and unequal.