Use of Documentaries in the Teaching of Anthropology

I am conducting an online survey about college-level anthropology instructors’ use of primate documentaries in the teaching of anthropology. This is part of my dissertation research, which examines how non-human primates are portrayed in documentaries. The purpose of the survey is to examine the use of nature documentaries, specifically those with footage of free-ranging primates, in anthropology courses. I plan to use the results of this survey to inform the development of a freely available online resource about primate documentaries, which I hope will be an asset to anthropology instructors and researchers.


I would greatly appreciate your participation in the survey, which is available at the following link:


I expect that participation will take less than 10 minutes. Please share the link with any other college anthropology instructors you know! Thanks for your help!!

If you have any questions about the survey, my research, or me, please leave a comment!

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