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Last approved: Wed, 09 Nov 2016 21:42:08 GMT

Last edit: Wed, 09 Nov 2016 21:42:08 GMT

Proposal Type

Honors

Contact Information

holtgraved
Darcy
Holtgrave
HoltgraveD@missouri.edu
573/882-3893
Honors College
Are you submitting this proposal on behalf of an instructor?
No
Instructor for whom you are submitting proposal:
holtgraved
Darcy
Holtgrave
HoltgraveD@missouri.edu
573/882-3893
Honors College
Subject Area’s Department Chair/Director:
bowersjd
Jerome
Bowers
bowersjd@missouri.edu
573/882-3893
Honors College

Term for Proposal

Spring 2017
 

Course Catalog Information

PRVST
Honors-General (GN_HON)
Honors-General
2010H
1
3
5
Honors Tutorial
Small group of students (2-5) engage in collaborative work under faculty guidance. The focus is determined in advance by a faculty member and shaped through discussion with the enrolled students. Course may be repeated for credit. Prerequisites: instructor's consent. Honors eligibility required
 
Lecture/Standard
A-F (allow student to choose S/U option)
 
 
 
 

Instructor Information

holtgraved
Darcy
Holtgrave
HoltgraveD@missouri.edu
573/882-3893
Honors College
14015004
(numbers only)
Non-teaching Staff
 
 
100

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Honors Course Information

“Folk medicine” loosely refers to traditional ways of treating disease and promoting health that exist outside of--or alongside--regimens endorsed by biomedical medicine, the United States’ mainstream model. Folk medicines exist within culturally-transmitted systems of beliefs about the root causes and proper treatments of illness. This tutorial is aimed at (but not limited to) students who want to enter health professions like medicine, dentistry, nursing, public health, psychology, and social work and are interested in expanding their cultural competence as it relates to healthcare delivery in the United States. Using applied folklore, which folklorist David Hufford characterizes as the “application of folklore studies to solve practical problems,” we will study several health belief systems to familiarize future practitioners with alternative traditions and their benefits and potential challenges. Coursework will include leadership of discussion for two classes and a final fieldwork project.
1
Answer the questions below as they would apply to one section. For all other sections, provide similar information in the Additional Sections Information box below.
Folk Medicine and Health Belief Systems in the United States
Fridays
Mondays
Thursdays
Tuesdays
Wednesdays
8:00
5:00
Conference Room, 2nd Floor Lowry Hall
Oral reports
Other
 
Original fieldwork and presentation on topic
5
 
 
 

Writing Intensive Course Information

 
 

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Should this course be considered for funding?

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Writing Intensive Assignments


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Writing Intensive Teaching


 
 
 
 
 
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Course Syllabus

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Administrative Information

Humanities and Arts
 
 

Acknowledgement


Additional Comments

 
Patricia Luckenotte (luckenottep) (Wed, 09 Nov 2016 21:42:02 GMT): This class is listed as GN_HON 2010H, 05 for the Spring 2017
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