ethno-, ethn- +

(Greek: people, race, tribe, nation; group of people living together; community, family)

The most primitive natural or kindred group in a clan and tribal organization.
ethnoscience (s) (noun), ethnosciences (pl)
The study of the system of knowledge of nature and the physical world known by a people who are not utilizing formal scientific data: Ethnoscience helps to develop a better understanding of different kinds of knowledge and beliefs, and it focuses on the ecological and historical contributions other scientists have provided.
ethnoscientific (adjective), more ethnoscientific, most ethnoscientific
Descriptive of the studies of the knowledge that other scientists have produced about nature and the physical world.
ethnoscientist (s) (noun), ethnoscientists (pl)
Someone who specializes in the study of the system of knowledge of nature and the physical world that has been produced by a other biologists or scientists.
The study of how the members of a culture use language to describe certain fundamental and universal classifications; such as, color, kinship, weather, plants, and animals.
The science of technology as a part of primitive culture.
Technography or the study of the geographical distribution of technological processes of arts and crafts; such as, weaving, ceramics, etc.
ethnozooarchaeological research (s) (noun), ethnozooarchaeological researches (pl)
A study of traditional treatment of animal diseases which includes medical care of human medical conditions: The focus of ethnozooarchaeological research is primarily on the use of botanicals readily available, how they are identified, collected, processed, and under what conditions they are used to treat ailments.
ethnozoological (adjective) (not comparable)
A reference to ethnozoology or the study of the complex relationships between people of various cultures and animals: Andy was so interested in the interrelationships between human civilization and animals in past and present times that he bought a fantastic book about ethnozoological aspects of such human and animal associations.
ethnozoologist (s) (noun), ethnozoologists (pl)
A person who specializes in ethnozoology: Ethnozoologists study the complex relationships between people of various cultures and the animals in the same environments.
ethnozoology (s) (noun) (no pl)
The investigation of the complex relationships between people and animals: Ethnozoology includes the analysis of human connections with, and the usage of, domesticated animals, and the management of wild animals for hunting and other purposes.

Ethnozoology also involves the study of the way various cultural groups make use of, interact with, or classify the animals of their environment.

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ethological isolation
The absence of interbreeding between members of different populations because of behavioral differences that preclude effective mating.
1. The study of the behavior of animals in their natural habitat, usually proposing evolutionary explanations.
2. The study of human character.
human ethology
The study of human behavior, especially aggressive and submissive behavior in social contexts.
Intercultural as between different ethnic groups.

Related "people, human" word units: anthropo-; demo-; ochlo-; popu-; publi-.