THE ETHNOGRAPHIC AND LITERARY NARRATIVE, THE SCIENTIFIC AND CULTURAL INTERSECTION, STUDY IN THE CURRICULUM AND ANALYSIS OF TERMINOLOGY
Ethnography gained popularity in the era of the methodological revolution for the study of qualitative topics that our countries lagged behind. Hence the importance of the research and its problem, which is divided into two parts: the ambiguity of foreign terms and their translations of this topic, and solving this problem requires analyzing the basic terms and meeting them with their opposites towards translating anthropology with (science of difference), versus sociology, in order to gain complete clarity in our minds, and secondly: the search for a structural and functional origin that unifies the ethnographic, scientific narrative and the literary narrative, and the search for methodological origins that differentiate between the French and Anglo-American traditional in the study of the different other as a verse, i.e. a strange natural human sign that exists on the difference. The research concluded that the three terms: ethnography, ethnology and anthropology belong to the study of "the other", which passes through the French tradition in three stages: description, structural interpretation and semiotic interpretation. As for the Anglo-American tradition, the hermeneutical anthropology considered the structural interpretation as a first interpretation, preceding the next interpretation, and allowed the researcher to release his imagination in codifying the ethnographic narrative, so that the code became an interpretation of the possible interpretations. Emphasis on choosing critical and depressing topics. The two traditions systematically intersected by proposing the term: (cultural region), which was transformed into a descriptive, classification, and analytical procedure for the disparate cultures, using the comparative approach. The nature of the research necessitated dividing it into three sections. In the first section, I studied the concept of ethnography and its idiomatic neighborhoods. The second topic was devoted to studying the points of overlap between the scientific ethnographic narrative and the literary narrative, and the third topic was devoted to studying the points of intersection between the sardine study approaches.
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