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On successful completion of the module, students should be able to:
- As a result of this module, assuming that the student: 1) attends all lectures, diligently taking notes, and 2) completes all assigned readings, studying the concepts in those readings, and 3) completes all assigned work, giving full effort to that work, then it is reasonable to assume that by the end of this module the student will:
- 1) Be able to evaluate the validity of existing anthropological and linguistic research on creolisation, and
- 2) will be able to orally present relevant theoretical and ethnographic data pertaining to hybridity, language and globalisation, and
- 3) will be able to discuss critically, in essay form, recent theoretical and ethnographic works in Anthropology on hybridity, language and globalisation.