Ethnographies are in-depth studies of cultural, organizational, national, ethnic or racial groups about their life, customs and relationship with the broader world (at the national or global level). They are useful for you because they give a more detailed look at groups than research articles can offer. In this page, see a list of ethnographic books and journals that may be useful for your own research.
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Ethnographic Book Series:
Check these links to find ethnographies in a wide variety of topics. Some of the books are available online while others are available in print in the library.
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