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There is thus a considerable wealth of ethnographic data to be analyzed, collated, classified, and interpreted in order to be made useful. Also ethnocentricity. —ethnocentric, adj. ethnodicy Rare. the branch of ethnology that studies comparative legal systems. ethnogeny the study of the origin of distinctive groups or tribes. —ethnogenist, n. —ethnogenic, adj. ethnography the branch of anthropology that studies and describes the individual cultures of mankind. —ethnographer, n. —ethnographic, ethnographical, adj. ethnology the study, often comparative, of the origins and development of the races of mankind. —ethnologist, n. —ethnologic, ethnological, adj. ethography the description of moral and ethical systems. —ethnographer, n. —ethnographic, ethnographical, adj. hybridism, hybridity the blending of diverse cultures or traditions. isthmian a person who is a native or inhabitant of an isthmus. —isthmian, adj. lacustrian a lake-dweller.

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Publisher: University Press of Colorado; 1 edition (October 3, 2016)

ISBN: 1607326167

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