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What you'll get

  • Job Credibility
  • Certification Valid for Life
  • On-demand video*
  • E-Book
  • Self-Paced Learning
  • Certificate of Completion

Exam details

  • Mode of Exam : Online
  • Duration : 1 Hour
  • Multiple Choice Questions are asked
  • No. of Questions are asked : 50
  • Passing Marks : 25 (50%)
  • There is no negative marking

Welcome to the course, "Certificate in Cultural Studies" where you will learn about many cultural studies which finds the relationship between anthropological, aesthetics, political economics like reproduction and cultural production. So let's get started.

Culture study generally allows us to learn and understand how the different cultures originated. It also gives a description of how people's behavior changes from one place to another. Any change in them can affect the world we live in some way so we better nourish them with care. 

Here you will learn about what cultural studies concerns about the place of ethnicity, race, class and gender. Cultural studies affect our value of life, our point of view. With the help of cultural studies you can do:

  • Advisor
  • International relations researcher
  • Peace Corps volunteer
  • Intercultural researcher
  • Educator
  • Foreign Service officer.
  • Global communications professional.
  • Event coordinator.
  • Indigenous rights advocate.
  • Fundraiser
  • Grant writer.

There are no requirements to take this course.  Anyone who is interested in different cultures and who is planning to major in cultural or ethnic studies. Expats who are planning to migrate abroad and want to minimize the shock of the culture and want to engage in communication positively with locals by learning about a foreign culture before traveling overseas can take this course.

Aspirant will be capable of identifying key basic concepts and areas of study under the coverage of cultural studies and learn why the study of culture is so important. You will also be capable of understanding the context of history where the emergence of cultural anthropology, social anthropology, and intercultural communication was born. You will also begin to understand the importance of relationships within groups and societies.

This course guides the aspiring students in different topics like the subject of cultural anthropology into social anthropology. You will also learn the definition of social anthropology, how relationships are organized within societies to maintain harmony and control. You all will also be given the examples of institutions which are constructed among societies and how these institutions vary among different cultures are important.

You will also have a better understanding on how to conduct research on ethnography through many examples of specific cultural groups in detail. In the end you all will have lifetime access to this course so what are you waiting for come and enroll your name in this course.

Course Content

Total: 9 lectures
  • Introduction: From the Beginning
  • Semiosis: From Representation to Translation
  • Power: From Ideology to Government
  • Popular Culture: From People to Multitude
  • Identity: Between Subject and Object
  • Body: Between Nature and Technology
  • Economy: Between Structure and Network
  • World: Between Globe and Empire
  • Ethics: By Way of a Conclusion


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