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  • Atlas of world cultures : a geographical guide to ethnographic literature.
  • At the Slovenian-Hungarian borderline three Hungarian ethnographic regions (Őrség, Hetés, Göcsej) meet together, which had been cut in two by the Treaty of Paris. The borderlines and exact extension of these regions are still disputed. The study
  • tries to clarify the relationship and borderlines of the ethnographic and natural regions of the discussed areas - based on researches of dialects and relations to natural geography, as well as on historical investigations. - (AM)
  • The history of usage is described for the names of some regions or places most debated among geographers and ethnographers. - (JS)
  • The message for settlement geographers (researchers of tanyas in the first place) extractable from the works of I. Gyorffy, reknown ethnographer, is investigated. (DLO).
  • By drawing on an ethnographic fieldwork at a shopping mall in central Buenos Aires, Argentina, this paper explores how retail affects are unevenly distributed across a diverse public, and how different bodies, in turn, affect the mall in particular
  • ways. Principally, it analyses embodiment as an affective experience that coheres around raced, classed, and gendered bodies at the mall. As such, this paper helps clarify how ethnographic research can benefit from nonrepresentational theory
  • Routing Landscape : Ethnographic Studies of Movement and Journey
  • This article proposes that the term road provides a concept of theoretical value for anthropological discussions of mobility. Based on ethnographic research in two neighbouring settlements in Siberia, I discuss the range of stories indigenous
  • Jute cultivation in the Lower Amazon, 1940-1990 : an ethnographic account from Santarém, Pará, Brazil
  • Cogent overview of research on aboriginal and peasant cultural ecology in Mexico organized into a) the archaeological record and aboriginal agriculture; b) ethnohistorical sources; c) use of colonial archives; and d) the ethnographic present.―(DWG)
  • The paper is devoted to Gerodot's river Akes identification with one of the contemporary central-asian rivers. Analysis of written sources, geographic, archeologic and ethnographic data brings to the conclusion, that the river Akes is a prototype
  • The Dingpolitik of wind energy in northern German Landscapes : an ethnographic case study
  • is not only the result of top-down governance strategies, but of a collective effort based on the dynamics of the collective of people and things that make up these landscapes. Based on ethnographic examples, this article analyses the emergence of wind energy
  • L'ouvrage s'inscrit dans un thème plus vaste intitulé Le dictionnaire toponymique de la Roumanie. C'est une oeuvre interdisciplinaire. A sa réalisation ont participé des géographes, linguistes, historiens, et ethnographes. Ce qui est nouveau
  • Theodor George Henry Strehlow, ethnographe, linguiste et spécialiste de littérature comparée, et son père Carl Strehlow ont été ceux qui ont le mieux décrit le totémisme chez les Aranda d'Australie centrale. Leurs travaux ont complété ceux de
  • The analysed area covers about 17% of the Romanian territory where live about 13% of the inhabitants of the country. The touristical potential consists in natural landscape, archaeological and historical monuments, museums, ethnographical
  • The papers and subsequent discussion concentrated around the actual picture of population migration/magnitude, directions and tendencies within intra-and interregional migrations with regard to ethnographic differenciation, but above all
  • Les musées suisses conservent deux collections, peu connues, sur les Inuit de l'Arctique central canadien. Le catalogue d'une partie de la collection de l'ethnographe Jean Gabus, conservée au Musée d'Ethnographie de Neuchâtel, est précédé d'une
  • The insights of Foucault are used to analyze the Los Angeles Police Department as an agency of discipline. General formulations concerning disciplinary power are assessed. The ethnographic fieldwork reveals that the department does engage
  • structures, such as global policy networks. The paper argues that increased use of ethnographic methods in policy transfer studies enables a focus on how global policy networks are produced through the actors driving the transfers. This is illustrated through
  • The research reveals how state strategies to govern resources and reaorder space were thwarted by the everyday practices of both farmers and state actors. Using a case study of a historic coffee-producing region,it presents ethnographic data