Ethnographic Resources?

Answer Ethnographic resources include objects, landscapes, biota and structures/sites that have cultural significance. They are resources that are integral to a people's identity or way of life, are essen... Read More »

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What is ethnographic observation?

Ethnographic observation is an important part of sociological and anthropological studies, allowing researchers to closely observe and study a particular culture or group in order to better underst... Read More »

What is an ethnographic analogy?

An ethnographic analogy is a means of understanding archaeological sites or artifacts and the subject's use through watching existing cultures use similar items. By observing an object similar to t... Read More »

What is an ethnographic study?

An ethnographic study is designed to understand the social and cultural elements of a community, society or culture. Ethnographic study is the primary methodology used in cultural anthropology. Res... Read More »

What is ethnographic research?

Ethnographic research is a method of study within the field of anthropology. Rather than collecting data as an objective outsider, the ethnographer immerses himself in a foreign culture to try to l... Read More »