Ethnography refers to a qualitative research design that describes a culture in detail. It is the method in which the researcher seeks to understand the unique values , traditions, and social processes of a culture or subculture by living with its members and making extensive observations and notes. Moreover, Ethnography refers to a report on social life that focuses on detailed and accurate description rather than explanation.

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