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1. the branch of anthropology that deals with the study of the origin and descent of human races and ethnic groups and their distribution and relationships.
2. the science of comparing and analyzing transcultural differences and similarities and developing theoretical postulations and generalizations from the findings.
The science that compares human culture and/or races; cultural anthropology.
ethnology /eth·nol·o·gy/ (eth-nol´ah-je) the science dealing with the major cultural groups of humans, their descent, relationship, etc.
ethnology the study of the distribution, relationships and origins of the races of mankind.
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His enormous contribution to the development of linguistic, historic, and ethnologic
studies in Russia and Finland is widely--though, as it turns out, not completely
Writers and Their Subjects: Ethnologic
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The Cultural Property Implementation Act already covers cultural, archaeological, or ethnologic
property stolen from another country's museums, monuments, or public institutions.