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Ethnographies are generally accounts of observations or interviews descriptive of specific cultural groups

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"The word ‘ethnography’ has a double meaning in anthropology: ethnography as product (ethnographic writings – the articles and books written by anthropologists), and ethnography as process (participant observation or fieldwork)."