Ethnographic Comparison2Ethnographic ComparisonDifferent cultures are just a phase of society that a particular social norm is just part of the expression that cultures display through art, music, religion, fashion, and many other things that make their culture globalize with the rest of the world but different than the rest I took on theethnographic comparison of three groups one that stood out to me was Ethiopia, secondly was the India which I had been studying and researching these five weeks, lastly the country of Koreaand the Korean culture and I chose to research on the subsistence and their economy.Describe the background information of each societies you have chosen. You need not analyze this background information, only provide details regarding these societies. Ethiopia is located in the horn of Africa on the continent’s northeast coast there are roughly 96 million people who live in Ethiopia with major ethnic groups including Oromo (34.4%) and Amhara (27%). 17% of the total live in urban areas of the country which is mostly populated by the young population which they economy is one of the world’s fastest growing the Ethiopian economy is one of the strongest in the Nile. Coffee is an integral export crop of the region but seasonal droughts and substandard cultivation methods really threaten the economic growth their.