ethnographical love

Definitions

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  • adj. ethnographic

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  • adj. of or relating to ethnography

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Performed by the Chroma chamber orchestra on instruments as diverse as the guitar and celesta, the music is partly influenced by ethnographical recordings made in the Belgian Congo in the 1950s.

    Pilgrimage Into a Dark Night of the Soul

  • Denyer thought his series was affectionate, so he was surprised at complaints from some who felt that it portrayed the island and its cloth in an overly folkloric way, viewing Harris tweed as an almost ethnographical curiosity.

    Cut From Woven Cloth

  • I would suggest that deserted men dying in a dark hole might well be called 'social stratification'; and that soldiers sold into slavery by barbarians might be known as 'the ethnographical permeation policy.'

    G.K.'s Weekly - The Horror

  • Evidence suggests that people studied tea crates, seeing them as legitimate conveyors of ethnographical and topographical information.

    The Romance of China: Excursions to China in U.S. Culture: 1776-1876

  • This reissue of a classic ethnographical study is based on the fieldwork and interviews with Crow elders Lowie conducted from 1907 to 1931.

    New & Noteworthy

  • However, I get very wary of new-fangled anthropological and sociological and ethnographical studies of SL when they begin to throw around the usual campus Marxist jargon about "empowerment" and "neoliberalism" and "capitalist" this and that.

    Anti Anti-Anecdotalism

  • I get very wary of new-fangled anthropological and sociological and ethnographical studies of SL when they begin to throw around the usual campus Marxist jargon about "empowerment" and "neoliberalism" and "capitalist" this and that.

    Anti Anti-Anecdotalism

  • Well, this is not a point that would count against the viability of the setting, but coincidentally "Sunda" is the traditional geographical and ethnographical term for West Java, the place where I live right now!

    HH Com 126

  • Some in the comments section of the article have taken issue with the ethics of this ethnographical study.

    Archive 2005-07-01

  • If a great people does not believe that the truth is only to be found in itself alone (in itself alone and in it exclusively); if it does not believe that it alone is fit and destined to raise up and save all the rest by its truth, it would at once sink into being ethnographical material, and not a great people.

    The Possessed

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