ethnoscape

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Ancient Greek ethno- (people) + -scape

Noun[edit]

ethnoscape (plural ethnoscapes)

  1. a transnational distribution of correlated people

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In the anthropology of globalization, the suffix "-scape" signifies transnational distributions of correlated elements whose display can be represented as landscapes. For example, transnational arrangements of technological, financial, media, and political resources can be seen, respectively, as technoscapes, financescapes, mediascapes, and ideoscapes (Appadurai 1996 :33). The prefix "ethno-" refers to "people" rather than stricly to "ethnicity."

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