Cultural Relativity

From ISAN 507: Cultural Anthropology

Dr. Douglas Hayward examines the controversial idea of cultural relativity. Dr. Hayward lays out the framework of cultural relativity and the implications associated with it. Dr. Hayward also provides Scriptural opposition to this cultural relativism with calculated examples.

Download

Authors

  • Douglas Hayward  

    • Professor of Intercultural Studies
    • Associate Dean
    • Program Director, PhD Intercultural Studies & MA Intercultural Studies

In this collection

  • 1. Introduction to ISAN 507

    by Douglas Hayward

    74:17 — February 1, 1999

    Introduction to ISAN 507

    Dr. Douglas Hayward introduces the basic nature, purpose, and importance of anthropological inquiry. Dr. Hayward also centers anthropological studies around a biblical worldview in an effort to pro...

  •  

    2. Cultural Relativity

    by Douglas Hayward

    110:02 — February 1, 1999

    Cultural Relativity

    Dr. Douglas Hayward examines the controversial idea of cultural relativity. Dr. Hayward lays out the framework of cultural relativity and the implications associated with it. Dr. Hayward also provi...

  • 3. Anthropological Theory

    by Douglas Hayward

    114:14 — February 1, 1999

    Anthropological Theory

    Dr. Douglas Hayward discusses the theoretical basis for anthropological inquiry. Dr. Hayward gives six different anthropological theories and reflects on these theories in the light of the Christia...

Comments on this Resource

Post a Comment 0 comments from 0 people

Post a Comment

Leave this field blank or your post will be marked as spam

Biola University
13800 Biola Ave. La Mirada, CA 90639
1-562-903-6000