Dictionary of Human Evolution and Biology

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1. non-Western knowledge systems that possess empirical and predictive power.

2. the treatment of culture as if it were a formal code like language; makes use of the emic-etic approach for the description and analysis of behavior. Ethnoscience emphasizes the recording of knowledge systems from the emic perspective. See, for example, ethnobotany.

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