For if a certain mode of government was established or certain migrations of peoples took place in consequence of such and such geographic, ethnographic
, or economic conditions, then the free will of those individuals who appear to us to have established that mode of government or occasioned the migrations can no longer be regarded as the cause.
The condition of the native tribes was investigated in its political, administrative, economic, ethnographic
, material, and religious aspects.
Nothing, then, was less surprising, after that, than to find our traveller, in the period from 1855 to 1857, visiting the whole region west of the Thibet, in company with the brothers Schlagintweit, and bringing back some curious ethnographic
observations from that expedition.
The "funds of power" that Powhatan, the chief, drew upon predated English settlement and allowed Powhatan to act as described in the ethnographic
In order to examine the sense of community and rural community change, Salamon utilized a community ethnographic
method supplemented by additional research methods, and she devised a typology to examine four community dimension indicators which consisted of (1) public space and place; (2) interconnections; (3) social resources; and (4) cross-age relations.
What makes Light Minds' consultancy services unique is the use of social science based Ethnographic
Research to uncover previously unknown customer needs.
study asks if the traditional seclusion period following male circumcision among the Meru in Kenya may be a "'moment to seize." Interviews were conducted with boys undergoing circumcision, adult Meru men, traditional circumcisers, and hospital staff carrying out circumcision.
Using narrative texts from a four-year critical ethnographic
case study, the author brings the voices of bilingual high school students to the forefront as ways to engage preservice teachers, inservice teachers, and teacher educators in understanding the nature of discrimination in multilingual educational contexts.
When Professional Biologists Write: An Ethnographic
Study with Pedagogical Implications
I would argue that, with the exception of the last two the characteristics are not particularly distinctive of ethnographic
Supriya does an admirable job of capturing the complex reality of the immigrant experience through textured ethnographic
portraits of three women in their journey from violence to recovery.
For this research, a series of ethnographic
interviews were conducted.