Definition of ethnographical in English:



See ethnographic

  • ‘Through an analysis of ethnographically collected data, the meanings participants constructed around their experiences were explored.’
  • ‘This community-focused, bottom-up approach tends to produce highly detailed, ethnographically derived accounts of socioecological changes within particular localities.’
  • ‘Ethnographically informed accounts of the persuasive power of regular practice, of habitual denial, and of structured routine are badly needed.’
  • ‘In ceramic studies, the application of ethnographically observed patterns of the deployment of decorative styles provides socio-functional explanations of pottery usage.’
  • ‘We look forward to further contributions as he develops this work ethnographically through field research.’