Ethnography is a type of social scientific research that involves the systematic study of people, cultures, and societies. It typically involves fieldwork, where the researcher immerses themselves in a particular community or cultural group and gathers data through observation, interviews, and other methods. The goal of ethnography is to gain a deep understanding of the perspectives, beliefs, and behaviors of a particular group and to provide a comprehensive description of their social and cultural practices. Ethnographers aim to uncover the meanings that people attach to their actions and experiences, and to understand the social and cultural contexts in which those actions and experiences occur.
How does ethnography differ from ethnology?
Ethnography Museum of Ankara was created in 1927.
National Museum of Ethnography was created in 1888.
Leipzig Museum of Ethnography was created in 1869.
Adana Ethnography Museum was created in 1983.
Russian Museum of Ethnography was created in 1902.
Ethnography is a modern English word constructed from Greek elements.
Juan B. Ambrosetti Museum of Ethnography was created in 1878.
ethnography is a story based on the truth of the society, and novel is just a story which is not real.
that is what I am trying to figure out
pertaining to ethnography.