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  • Bradshaw Foundation: The Unambal - Excerpts from Andreas Lommel's 1938 account of the Unambal people of northwestern Australia, including pictures of Wandjina rock paintings.
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  • CSAC's Ethnographics Gallery - A directory of reports and cultural summaries from the University of Kent.
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  • Ethnographic Research - A description of the Ethnographic Method that includes a discussion of key concepts and a glossary of terms.
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  • Ethnographic Studies Internet Resource Page - A collection of ethnographic resources provided by the American Folklife Center, Library of Congress.
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  • Ethnography and Health Care - An article describing how ethnography can be used to study the social aspects of health care delivery.
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  • Last Refuge: Waorani - A photo gallery of the Waorani, a horticultural society Amazonian tribe found in Ecuador. Features short articles and references.
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  • List of Ethnic Units - A directory of links to thumbnail sketch ethnographies of West African cultures.
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  • Native Planet NGO - A resource for studying indigenous cultures, Eco-tourism, documentaries, and travel information. Contains volunteer information, aid projects, photos, and stories.
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  • Pygmies.org - Culture and music of a people in the rain forests of Cameroon. Includes the fieldwork and the initiation in the forest of a young Italian ethnomusicologist.
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  • Qurna History Project - Features information on the culture and heritage of the village on the west bank at Luxor, Egypt.
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  • Social Context and the Limits on Symbolic Meanings - A ethnographic report that discusses the symbolism of the Sixth Festival of Pacific Arts held in Rarotonga, The Cook Islands, during October 1992.
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  • The Songs of the Ancestors - A Comparative Study of Bashiic Folklore - Full-text version of the book by Deszo Benedek of the culture of the Yami, a people of Malayo-Polynesian stock living in Taiwan.
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  • The Transforming Leader: A Meta-Ethnographic Analysis - The author describes a method to conduct an interpretive synthesis of qualitative research and other secondary sources as a counterpart to meta-analysis for quantitative research.
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