ethnographer

[ UK /ɛθnˈɒɡɹəfɐ/ ]
NOUN
  1. an anthropologist who does ethnography
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How To Use ethnographer In A Sentence

  • In fact, the promise of sexual access to outgroup women has often been identified by anthropologists, ethnographers, and native informants as a primary instigator of conflict in prestate societies.
  • There is thus a discernible irony here insofar as every ethnographer's reflexive contemplations of his/her accounts of social systems are likewise conditioned by systems of social relations.
  • The bouza-making process has been observed by ethnographers, and the descriptions match fairly closely a sequence of steps suggested by numerous depictions on ancient tombs and in Middle Kingdom tomb models. Interactive Dig Hierakonpolis - Hierakonpolis 2007 - Field Note 1
  • The assumption made by the colonial ethnographer about their societies having been "matriarchal" in composition is potentially misleading because matrilineality, while perhaps giving the preponderance of importance for purposes of inheritance to the female line, is not necessarily commensurate with female governance or domination. Societies, Religion, and History: Central East Tanzanians and the World They Created, c. 200 BCE to 1800 CE
  • Unlike many ethnographers of Papua New Guinea societies who worked in Pidgin, Margaret worked in the vernacular.
  • Ethnographers say that Baba Marta is the threshold between the end of the winter season and the approach of summer.
  • To make their texts, ethnographers, the writers of culture, used the tools of [conventional] literacy and image making: paper, pens, pencils, paints, cameras, and phonographs.
  • This indicates a shift of emphasis among ethnographers as to what folk art meant.
  • Mehta is an urban ethnographer with an acute sensitivity to the peculiarities of his city.
  • Moreover, the responses Earthy's informants gave when asked why they "disfigured" their bodies in this manner suggest an explanation quite different from what ethnographers may originally have had in mind. Where Women Make History: Gendered Tellings of Community and Change in Magude, Mozambique
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