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of or relating to ethnography

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Additionally, ethnographic fund of the National Museum of History of Azerbaijan keeps a unique carpet of the 19th century.
The author covers theory and practice with an ethnographic dissection of the cultural capital of the BaTonga people and provides a critical review of merging theory and practice in heritage studies, before examining the socio-economic effects of the BaTonga Community Museum, and a wide variety of other related subjects.
The feature documentary offers a warm human story of the three protagonists in their native milieu; the book contextualises the feature documentary and offers a theoretical insight into Razsa's ethnographic research; and the online remixable documentary creates a novel ethnography and pedagogy suitable for the digital media age.
Claude Levi-Strauss's trope of "digging" (fouiller) helps her to relate geological search, ethnographic exploration, and fictional endeavor.
Detailed ethnographic descriptions of when and how specific technologies were constructed and used should prove useful for any archaeologist of the region, as well as being interesting and informative for a general audience.
However, for modern exhibition and museum policies, the idea is important because it appears that more money and prestige are attached to art rather than to ethnographic paraphernalia, which are often now seen as interesting, but not necessarily in the positive sense of the word.
Explaining the concept of an ' ethnographic' village, Drabu said it shall portray the complete historical and ethnographic characteristics of an ethnic group.
It Happens at Comic-Con: Ethnographic Essays on a Pop Culture Phenomenon seems designed to reach comic fans and college students alike (often the same audience), and packs in essays examining the culture of Comic-Con and its participants.
The ethnographic documentary focuses on lived experience and invites viewers to enter into a meaningful relationship with its subjects.
Blackness in the Andes: Ethnographic Vignettes of Cultural Politics in the Time of Multiculturalism (Macmillan, 2014, pp.
In this review I pay special attention to the construction of ethnographic encounters in Mialet's book.
The first part features these submissions: The Interview as a Form of Talking-Partnership: Dialectical, Focussed (sic), Ambiguous, Special; Ethnography is not Participant Observation: Reflections on the Interview as Participatory Qualitative Research; Finding and Mining the Talk: Negotiating Knowledge and Knowledge Transfer in the Field; The Autobiographical Narrative Interview: A Potential Arena of Emotional Remembering, Performance and Reflection; Eliciting the Tacit: Interviewing to Understand Bodily Experience; and Difficult Moments in the Ethnographic Interview: Vulnerability, Silence and Rapport.
For Kleine, the choice framework is a bridge between ethnographic insights on the one hand, and policy makers and ICTD practitioners on the other.
The first part of the book focuses on 'Photography and the ethnographic encounter'.