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An Ethnographic World Formulated: On Yih-fu Ruey's Academic Construction of Minority Histories and Cultures in South China

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Yih-fu Ruey was one of the most important ethnologists in the history of anthropological development in China and Taiwan. Ruey's kind of ethnology can be divided into ethnic classification of China, ethnography of minority peoples, and ethnohistory of the non-Han group in the Southwest. Ruey had very limited ‘standard’ field records in contacting people's daily lives, but did have full experiences of travelling historical southwestern China through literature reading.


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