Noun(1) the branch of anthropology that deals with the division of humankind into races and with their origins and distribution and distinctive characteristics
(1) His experiences among the Eskimos created in him a desire to understand the laws of human nature and prompted him to make a gradual transition from cultural geography to ethnology .(2) He became interested in ethnology on that first trip and decided to undertake more detailed investigations.(3) Now a resident in Jerusalem and Vienna, she is considered an expert in Arabic studies and ethnology .(4) Nineteenth-century European ethnology and anthropology were established precisely to study different peoples and their institutions.(5) I was really interested in ethnology , anthropology, and comparative religion.(6) While stationed in the West and at Fort Mackinac, he studied the cultures and languages of local Indians, contributing to the developing fields of ethnology and ethnography through his studies.(7) Among the most fascinating items in the collection is an ethnological study of the life of the Welsh hill farmer.(8) For many ethnologists and anthropologists, collective identity does not represent the truth even among the most archaic communities.(9) The results demonstrate that the best grouping is obtained when populations are grouped geographically, rather than ethnologically or by settlement history.(10) She opens the essay with a controversial claim: ├ö├ç├┐You will take another look at African Americans and say that we are still black and, ethnologically speaking, you will be right.├ö├ç├û(11) The expert knowledge of folklorists and ethnologists is also in demand in the tourist and development industries and their academic writings are a cachet to earning consultancies and contracts.(12) The most important theoretical framework is provided by detailed articles discussing basic religious ethnological concepts: rites of passage, sacrifice, mourning, ancestors, animism, etc.(13) Instead, she would like to see ethnological museums acknowledge these objects' power to enchant, to inspire people to search for meanings.(14) I knew people from there because my photographs had been in an ethnological exhibition about Mongolia in Munich.(15) Country people are not an ethnologically distinct subspecies awaiting conversion by missionaries.(16) In our present world, where issues of culture, identity and their connection with religious expression are alive as never before, there is a pressing and challenging role for the folklorist and the ethnologist .
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