Postulating ‘Ethnography of Enculturation’: A high-level overview of various social science research techniques that can be used to study human enculturation processes

We had first introduced the concept of “Ethnography of enculturation” in our paper on generic identity theory. We had also published two other papers on ethnography, the gist of which can be understood to enhance the readership experience of this paper. This is however, not mandatory. We believe the “Ethnography of enculturation” would constitute a very important concept and component of twentyfirst century social sciences since it would give us an insight and understanding into how humans are enculturated (or acculturated) as the case may be, and how their identities are shaped in the realworld. Ethnography is a very important qualitative social science research technique, and encompasses not just participant observation, but also the use of interviews the use of questionnaires, focus group discussions, surveys, literature review, and case studies, but also novel techniques such as netnography, and fieldwork from a distance. It also makes use of technology and audio-visual aids as necessary. In any topic such as this, ethics would be of paramount importance, and this topic is discussed as well. This paper must also be understood in relation to our papers on genetic identity and extended identity, and all these papers are inter-linked in a continuous chain. This paper could also provide us with a research mechanism to better help us understand real-world excesses like the rise of terrorism, and deviant and aberrant behavior. It would therefore not only be an important cog in the wheel in our mission of the “globalization of science”, but would also amplify the utility of social science research techniques in addressing real-world issues and concerns.

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Rao Mandavilli, S. (2023). Postulating ‘Ethnography of Enculturation’: A high-level overview of various social science research techniques that can be used to study human enculturation processes. Afribary. Retrieved from https://afribary.com/works/sujay-ethnography-of-enculturation-final-final-final-final-final-2

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Rao Mandavilli, Sujay "Postulating ‘Ethnography of Enculturation’: A high-level overview of various social science research techniques that can be used to study human enculturation processes" Afribary. Afribary, 22 Jul. 2023, https://afribary.com/works/sujay-ethnography-of-enculturation-final-final-final-final-final-2. Accessed 18 May. 2024.

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Rao Mandavilli, Sujay . "Postulating ‘Ethnography of Enculturation’: A high-level overview of various social science research techniques that can be used to study human enculturation processes". Afribary, Afribary, 22 Jul. 2023. Web. 18 May. 2024. < https://afribary.com/works/sujay-ethnography-of-enculturation-final-final-final-final-final-2 >.

Chicago

Rao Mandavilli, Sujay . "Postulating ‘Ethnography of Enculturation’: A high-level overview of various social science research techniques that can be used to study human enculturation processes" Afribary (2023). Accessed May 18, 2024. https://afribary.com/works/sujay-ethnography-of-enculturation-final-final-final-final-final-2