ethnologic

ADJECTIVE
  1. of or relating to ethnology
    ethnological field work
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How To Use ethnologic In A Sentence

  • So this thesis, based on the ethnological culture theory, studies the meaning and culture of Yi Nationality, from the aspect of material culture, institutional culture and spiritual culture.
  • The later ethnological misuse of ARYAN to signify not spiritual, but physical, characteristics, led the great Orientalist, Max Muller, to say quaintly: “To me an ethnologist who speaks of an Aryan race, Aryan blood, Aryan eyes and hair, is as great a sinner as a linguist who speaks of a dolichocephalic dictionary or a brachycephalic grammar.” Autobiography of a Yogi
  • So this thesis, based on the ethnological culture theory, studies the meaning and culture of Yi Nationality, from the aspect of material culture, institutional culture and spiritual culture.
  • ethnological field work
  • Although he lacked academic training, he was gifted with scholarly instincts, and devoted himself to linguistic, historical, geographical, and ethnological study.
  • German collections of Indian art have been built around private collections since the 17th Century, and traditionally housed in ethnological museums.
  • And I got the song from a certain ethnological report, volume three, of the United The Little Lady of the Big House, by Jack London
  • The ethnological work construct is designed to enhance the utility of the mode of production notion.
  • Spenser, therefore, premised his attack on the jury system on his ethnological view of Irish society.
  • It is precisely this anti-productive aspect of industrialism which is highlighted by the ethnological work construct.
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