Read the following excerpt from a passage about ethnography.
Ethnography, from the Greek ethnos (folk, people, nation) and grapho (I write), is the systematic study of people and cultures. It is designed to explore cultural phenomena where the researcher observes society from the point of view of the subject of the study.
According to the leading social scientist, John Brewer, ethnographic data collection methods are meant to capture the “social meanings and ordinary activities” of people (known as “informants”) in “naturally occurring settings” that are commonly referred to as “the field”. The goal is to collect data in such a way that the researcher imposes a minimal amount of personal bias. Methods of data collection can include participant observation, field notes, interviews, and surveys.
According to the passage, which TWO of the statements below are true?
A) Ethnography is a field of study that began in Greece.
B) Ethnographic research is concerned with ancient cultures and societies.
C) The subjects of ethnographic research are referred to as "informants".
D) Ethnographers try to make their research as objective as possible.
E) Observation is the most effective form of data collection.
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