[ UK /ˌɛθnəɡɹˈæfɪk/ ]
[ US /ˌɛθnəˈɡɹæfɪk/ ]
  1. of or relating to ethnography
    ethnographical data
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How To Use ethnographic In A Sentence

  • We look forward to further contributions as he develops this work ethnographically through field research.
  • The sampling of informants in ethnographic research is often a combination of convenience sampling and snowball sampling.
  • National diversity compensated slightly for ethnographic oddity. SOMEWHERE EAST OF LIFE
  • By combining complementary archeological, historical and ethnographic information, the author is, nevertheless, able to give a convincing portrayal of prehispanic Philippine chiefdoms.
  • Design - Ethnographic interviewing, a qualitative comparative method drawn from social anthropology.
  • Produced by an Inuit cast and crew, The Fast Runner pays close ethnographic attention to the daily details of Inuit life, from building an igloo to making a sealskin drum.
  • Cornelius Tacitus, best known for his grimly disillusioned history of Rome's wicked emperors, was also the author of a short ethnographic treatise on the German tribes, known as the Germania. Slate Magazine
  • 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
  • Anything to escape the culturally dispossesed seeking to shamanise an ethnographic genocide. Agendas of Addiction
  • In 1910 Petelo Boka, a catechist in the Redemptorist missionary station at Vungu, wrote down a series of historical and ethnographic notes about the Kongo.
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