ethnography


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Synonyms for ethnography

the branch of anthropology that provides scientific description of individual human societies

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These "genres" included city descriptions, "social chronicles," pilgrim literature, ethnography, and diplomatic correspondence.
Building on the conference theme, and using the analogy of the Japanese martial arts, the authors explore current challenges in the field of ethnography.
Margaret ("Peggy") Szymanski, Senior Researcher and interaction analyst on PARC's Ethnography Services team, have published two significant works within the same month.
We think mobile ethnography is an ideal way to achieve that model in a low cost, efficient and effective way.
In place of cultural automatons, we encounter instead complex, strategic political brokers who produce, reproduce, modify, emend the very culture they purport to be following -- the stuff of very good ethnography indeed.
I recommend this book, not only for its success as an ethnography that moves through a lot of time, but as an exemplar of holistic anthropology.
In the one minutes and 39 second long footage, which was shared as part of the 77th anniversary of AtatE-rk's death, is seen the visit paid to Ethnography Museum by President ysmet ynE[micro]nE- and a big crowd to commemorate AtatE-rk.
Using mobile ethnography is proving a powerful way to get closer to kids' worlds in an unfiltered, authentic way, and provide cross-cultural insights in a swift, cost-effective manner.
Using mobile ethnography is proving a powerful way to get closer to kids' worlds in an unfiltered, authentic way and provide cross-cultural insights in a swift, cost-effective manner.
Thin Description: Ethnography and the African Hebrew Israelites of Jerusalem.
In this edited volume, twelve scholars offer diverse perspectives on ecclesiology and ethnography as methods for theology.
The joint archaeological expedition of the Institute of Archaeology and Ethnography of Sibirsk Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences and the National Academy of Sciences of Kyrgyzstan carried out comprehensive digs in northern Kyrgyzstan under the agreement of 2012.
In a lengthy introductory chapter, the editor discusses how the topic is slippery, rarely addressed, and yet intrinsic to both individual and social experience; and he outlines an ethnography of doubt.
ABORIGINAL EDUCATION AND CITIZENSHIP: AN ETHNOGRAPHY OF AUSTRALIAN SCHOOLING.
Tenders are invited for Youth Theatre Sets the Stage Facilities and Equipment Control Humidity and Temperature Ethnography Museum and the Royal Court