For information about Ethnographies, the following websites may be useful:
Ethnographies can be tricky to search for, so you may find the following tips helpful to find the best ethnographic information at Monash University Library.
Use the name of a place, an ethnic group, AND (ethnolog* OR ethnograph*)
Note: Using the * as a truncation will search for items with all possible endings after the *. This search will find resources using the word Bali and the words ethnography, ethnographies, ethnographic, ethnology, ethnologies, ethnologic, and so on.
Instead of ethnology/ethnography, try "social life" or customs. Remember to use speech marks around phrases to search that exact phrase.
A sample search in Anthropology Plus is similar to one in Search, but arranged differently.
To find information on ethnographies more broadly, try searching for "case study" AND "cultural anthropology"
If you are still having trouble finding suitable ethnographies broaden your search to the place or ethnic group. Here's an example in eHRAF World Cultures database.
Remember, if you are not searching in an anthropology-specific database you should add AND anthropolog* to your search. (e.g. Hmong AND anthropolog*)
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