A basic knowledge of anthropology is needed to follow the course.
To provide the student with the tools to understand that ethnodemography covers an autonomous space, independent from both demography and anthropology; to make understand that the synergy between quantitative and qualitative data represents a new way to live and analyse the social fabric.
Study of the quantitative methods and study of the qualitativa methods while integrating both
Elements of quantitative analysis;
Elements of qualitative analysis;
The traits of the ethnodemographer;
Population and groups;
The demographic "other";
Evolution of the ethnodemographic thought;
The ethnodemographic investigation;
Kinship and migratory networks.
C. Buccianti, V. Fusari, Features of ethnodemography, Cedam,. 2008
Frontal lessons, exercises
Analysis of case studies on the field both in the PD and in the PVS