Some Thoughts about Researching Isolated Communities
This is not easy to find per se, but you might think about exploring some examples:
Isolated groups of aborigines or native peoples or tribes, particularly in places like Amazonia
Religious groups that isolate themselves by choice, through geography or religious observance: monasteries, Orthodox Jews, historical groups like the Shakers
Gated communities, communes, utopian communities, ecovillages, and other intentional communities
Groups that are involuntarily isolated: prisons, reform schools, mental hospitals, orphanages
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