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  1. Clifford Geertz’s essay, “Thick Description: Toward an Interpretive Theory of Culture” comprehensively explored the basic problems encountered in the theoretical efforts of 20th century social sciences. As a r...

    Authors: Hua Cai
    Citation: International Journal of Anthropology and Ethnology 2024 8:2
  2. The theorization of social sciences in the 20th century walked forward with difficulty. Clifford Geertz’s essay, “Thick description: Toward an interpretive theory of culture”, which comprehensively explored th...

    Authors: Hua Cai
    Citation: International Journal of Anthropology and Ethnology 2024 8:1
  3. Evangelical nationalism is a new manifestation of American nationalism in the twenty-first century. Internally, it advocates the integration of national identity and Christian faith, claiming that “America is ...

    Authors: Shaoqing Zhou
    Citation: International Journal of Anthropology and Ethnology 2023 7:22
  4. The aim of the study is to analyze Gulewamkulu organizational and institutional factors and how they can influence community development projects in the area of TA (TA: Traditional Authority). Chauma, Dedza Di...

    Authors: Anthony Gilbert Mtuta
    Citation: International Journal of Anthropology and Ethnology 2023 7:21
  5. The COVID-19 pandemic resulted in a multitude of complex emergencies, extending beyond the realm of health and healthcare. The situation presented a significant challenge to human security. The content analysis a...

    Authors: Inayat Ali
    Citation: International Journal of Anthropology and Ethnology 2023 7:20
  6. Development is a fundamental pursuit of human society. When it comes to national governance, there are issues of imbalanced and insufficient development that must be addressed. Since 1949, when the People’s Re...

    Authors: Yazhou Shi, Rui Gao and Rui Wang
    Citation: International Journal of Anthropology and Ethnology 2023 7:18
  7. Rituals of territorial belonging as established practices of inclusion improve dynamics of belonging and coexistence. They are particularly significant in the city where people need rituals to trust each other...

    Authors: Sandro Cattacin, Fiorenza Gamba and Nerea Viana Alzola
    Citation: International Journal of Anthropology and Ethnology 2023 7:16
  8. In contemporary France, there are intense conflicts that involve both ethnic and religious issues. These conflicts provide an opportunity to study the many challenges involved in the construction of national c...

    Authors: Jinling Zhang
    Citation: International Journal of Anthropology and Ethnology 2023 7:15
  9. Tim Ingold, while extending the radical undertaking of vitalism, with its Nietzschean matrix, puts the decentering undertaken by this philosophical tradition on a more solid foundation, opening up a new space ...

    Authors: Thiago Pinho
    Citation: International Journal of Anthropology and Ethnology 2023 7:13
  10. The Simien Mountains National Park’s (SMNP) exoneration from the List of World Heritage Endangered is the recent story of the park. It is in September 2017 that the park has restored its place in UNESCO. Signi...

    Authors: Marshet Girmay Endeshaw
    Citation: International Journal of Anthropology and Ethnology 2023 7:12
  11. Although research on children with autism, their parents, and family-provider relations has substantially increased around the world, there has been a paucity of qualitative studies conducted on autism in deve...

    Authors: Mohammad Jasim Uddin and Laila Ashrafun
    Citation: International Journal of Anthropology and Ethnology 2023 7:10
  12. This research explores international tourists’ engagement with Māori indigenous tourist attractions in New Zealand. In-depth interviews with 18 international tourists were conducted after their visits to the W...

    Authors: Jay Kheiri
    Citation: International Journal of Anthropology and Ethnology 2023 7:8
  13. Early anthropological analyses of time produced Western vs. non-Western dichotomies of time. Later on, anthropology gradually shifted from a modernist to relativist and postmodernist tones in the analyses of t...

    Authors: Muhammad A. Z. Mughal
    Citation: International Journal of Anthropology and Ethnology 2023 7:7
  14. The objective of this article is to present a brief overview of the long history of anthropology in Spain. Of primary importance is positioning this history both within Spain’s wider social and political conte...

    Authors: Óscar Fernández-Álvarez, Miguel González-González and Sara Ouali-Fernández
    Citation: International Journal of Anthropology and Ethnology 2023 7:6
  15. This article presents the in-depth analysis of the disciplinary landscape of ethnology and anthropology in Serbia within the institutional contexts of humanities and social sciences. Focusing on the Department...

    Authors: Vesna Vučinić Nešković
    Citation: International Journal of Anthropology and Ethnology 2023 7:5
  16. This paper investigates how different institutions of Loba communities of the Upper Mustang work together and facilitate the community to cope with the environmental dynamics in the region. The indigenous inst...

    Authors: Man Bahadur Khattri and Rishikesh Pandey
    Citation: International Journal of Anthropology and Ethnology 2023 7:4
  17. Social network theories are used extensively to analyze the international migration of Chinese to overseas regions in the era of Market Economy Reform since 1978. Attention is paid especially on the role of so...

    Authors: Qian Zhu, Ming Lu and Yanjia Qin
    Citation: International Journal of Anthropology and Ethnology 2023 7:3
  18. This paper is an attempt to highlight the significance of youth dormitory system of the Liangmai Naga of Manipur. This traditional institution played a vital role in imparting value education and maintaining t...

    Authors: Kailadbou Daimai
    Citation: International Journal of Anthropology and Ethnology 2023 7:1
  19. Based on public data such as the Educational Statistics Yearbook and the National Statistics Yearbook, this paper analyzes the equalization trend of fundamental education in the Tibet Autonomous Region (herein...

    Authors: Xuewen Zhou
    Citation: International Journal of Anthropology and Ethnology 2022 6:19
  20. For writing this invited paper, I was given the title Ethnic Groups of Iran and I was also asked to inform the reader/audience about the general situation of anthropology in the country. Specific questions wer...

    Authors: Soheila Shahshahani
    Citation: International Journal of Anthropology and Ethnology 2022 6:17
  21. The aim of my presentation is to introduce a brief history of anthropological studies in Japan, particularly focusing on the associations, museums, research projects and textbooks. As for associations, I will ...

    Authors: Hirochika NAKAMAKI
    Citation: International Journal of Anthropology and Ethnology 2022 6:16
  22. This paper starts with the four factors that affect Chinese anthropology and ethnology: the Soviet school of ethnology, Marxist ethnology, Western anthropological and ethnological theories, and Chinese experie...

    Authors: Jijiao Zhang and Yue Wu
    Citation: International Journal of Anthropology and Ethnology 2022 6:15
  23. As the domestic interprovincial migrants, Uygur traders have been engaged in the Hetian jade trade from Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region to the city of Nanyang in Henan Province. Having lived in the private re...

    Authors: Qiang Sun and Dongxu Liu
    Citation: International Journal of Anthropology and Ethnology 2022 6:14
  24. Hunting and gathering, which date back to the Middle Pleistocene, are the oldest sources of sustenance. Practically, these hunting and gathering societies have gradually expanded their settlements and culture ...

    Authors: Yadava Raghu
    Citation: International Journal of Anthropology and Ethnology 2022 6:11
  25. As an emerging interdisciplinary field in anthropology, enterprise anthropology (EA) has experienced five historical stages of development since its inception in the 1930s. 2008 marked the first year of intern...

    Authors: Zhuo Wang
    Citation: International Journal of Anthropology and Ethnology 2022 6:9
  26. Since its founding, the People’s Republic of China has been committed to promoting the development of ethnic minorities in all aspects, including officials training, governance building, economy and trade, cul...

    Authors: Sumei Fang
    Citation: International Journal of Anthropology and Ethnology 2022 6:8
  27. What is Hua-Xia? How and when did the Hua-Xia ethnic group and Hua-Xia tradition come into being? As the spatial and temporal framework, the connotative features and the genealogy of the archaeological culture...

    Authors: Cao Bingwu
    Citation: International Journal of Anthropology and Ethnology 2022 6:7
  28. Ecological anthropology in China has a history of more than 70 years, and can be divided into four stages. The first stage was in the 1950s, which began with China’s identification of minzu and socio-historical s...

    Authors: Shaocong Zeng and Yi Luo
    Citation: International Journal of Anthropology and Ethnology 2022 6:6
  29. This article explores the recent increase in the demand for sugar in Ethiopia, and the ways in which the distribution and sale of sugar have been manipulated for political gain after the country’s demand outst...

    Authors: Bula S. Wayessa
    Citation: International Journal of Anthropology and Ethnology 2022 6:5
  30. Facing the new era, we should re-examine and understand the theory of “the pattern of unity in diversity of the Chinese nation” put forward by Fei Hsiao-tung from the historical and cultural perspectives, whic...

    Authors: Xudong Zhao and Honghui Zhu
    Citation: International Journal of Anthropology and Ethnology 2022 6:4
  31. The development of Ethnic Politics in China can date back to 80 years ago. As of today, its disciplinary system and norms have been established in a systematic approach, and many significant academic achieveme...

    Authors: Xing Zhou
    Citation: International Journal of Anthropology and Ethnology 2022 6:3
  32. Based on comparison between age sets in Africa and the social age structure of the Dai people in China, this paper examines the forms, functions and evolution of the age groups of the De’ang people in Yunnan P...

    Authors: Yu Shu
    Citation: International Journal of Anthropology and Ethnology 2022 6:2
  33. Canada was the first country in the world to establish multiculturalism as its official policy for the governance of diversity. Canadian multiculturalism has gained much popularity in political and public disc...

    Authors: Ling Lei and Shibao Guo
    Citation: International Journal of Anthropology and Ethnology 2022 6:1
  34. The incidence of poverty in three of China’s provinces (Qinghai, Guizhou and Yunnan) and five of its autonomous regions (Inner Mongolia, Guangxi, Tibet, Ningxia, and Xinjiang) is greater than the national aver...

    Authors: Yanzhong Wang and Sai Ding
    Citation: International Journal of Anthropology and Ethnology 2021 5:18
  35. By comparing five aspects between China and the West—ideas, model of political participation, path of economic and social development, pattern of protection of language and culture rights, and construction of ...

    Authors: Shaoqing Zhou
    Citation: International Journal of Anthropology and Ethnology 2021 5:17
  36. This study explores the Santhal community to enhance the understanding of the human-nature relationship that fully captures distinct intricacies of ethnoecology. Relying on a qualitative research design, this ...

    Authors: Koustab Majumdar and Dipankar Chatterjee
    Citation: International Journal of Anthropology and Ethnology 2021 5:16
  37. Venezuelan 'asylum seekers' arriving at the coast of Trinidad enter a new reality and become a part of a world of politics and processing like most migrants do. By no fault of their own, they embody local and ...

    Authors: Chinyere Herbert
    Citation: International Journal of Anthropology and Ethnology 2021 5:15
  38. Based on the “Unified Platform for Speech Acoustic Parameters of Chinese Minority Languages”, this paper calculates and compares the acoustic distribution of vowels in Mongolian, Uyghur, and Ewenki and propose...

    Authors: Huhe Harnud and Zhou Xuewen
    Citation: International Journal of Anthropology and Ethnology 2021 5:14
  39. The occupational differentiation of the Chaoxian people (Korean Ethnic Group of China or Ethnically Korean Chinese Citizens) migrating to South Korea is an important factor leading to big differences in the so...

    Authors: Weihua Ma and Ji Chen
    Citation: International Journal of Anthropology and Ethnology 2021 5:13

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