Völkerbeschreibung

Ethnography


Völkerbeschreibung

Ethnography


Völkerbeschreibung

Ethnography


Völkerbeschreibung

Ethnography


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Ethnography


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Anthropology
Ethnography
People
Description
Diversity
Singularity
Contrast
Behavior
Complexity
Race
Ethnicity
Social
Life
Visual
Empirical
Research
Analysis
Study

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Ethnography


"Anthropology is the study of all aspects of human culture. Ethnography is a field-based research method – not unique to anthropology – employing observation and interviewing to investigate social practices and the meanings behind social interaction. Ethnology involves the systematic comparison of different cultures using ethnographic research methods to compare and contrast different cultures. The data produced tend to be descriptive and so require qualitative data analysis (Dr Ron Iphofen AcSS, European Commission)."

"On the other hand, social scientists have long known the weakness of such methods in assessing the complexities of the human condition. Sciences advocating strict rules of measurement usually operate in a linear fashion to show causal relationships between select phenomena; but have been long known to be weak in providing insight on the relationships between the contexts and processes of human social life, and the ʺmeaningʺ that humans attach to social and physical phenomena (Denzin 1970:30‑31)."

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