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What does CCR stand for?
CCR stands for Cross-Cultural Research
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
See other definitions of CCR
We have 576 other meanings of CCR in our Acronym Attic
- Criminal Conviction Review
- Criminal Courts Review (UK)
- Criss Cross Row
- Criteria Change Request
- Critical Computer Resource
- Critical Customer Requirement
- Cross Canadian Ragweed (band)
- Cross Country Rentals (New Zealand)
- Cross Country Running
- Cross-Correlation Reduction
- Cross-Cutting Review (of Science and Research; UK)
- Cruel Children's Room
- Cruise Control Resume
- Cultural Creative Ring
- Cumulative Continuation Rate
- Curly Coated Retriever (dog breed)
- Current Cell Rate (ATMF)
- Custom Component Replacement
- Customer Controlled Reconfiguration (Sprint)
- Cyclo Club Rivesaltes (French cycling club)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Yet cross-cultural research has shown that having many friends is not always viewed positively outside the United States," they added.
The Jaurnal of Multicultural and Cross-Cultural Research in Art Education, 5(1), 73-82.
He is a senior fellow at the Institute for International and Cross-Cultural Research at St.
After having lived in China for three years and abroad for many more than that, and after spending many hours reading about Chinese culture and the Chinese educational system in its past and current state, I felt quite ready to undertake this cross-cultural research project.
She works extensively in the area of cross-cultural research and education.
As Amer explains, 'One of the main contributions of cross-cultural research is precisely its ability to destabilize the long-cherished Western assumption that Muslim and Arab women are an always already constituted coherent, stable category of sexually oppressed, sociopolitically subordinated objects, regardless of class, or of marginal and resistant modes of experience' (pp.
The Untold 60s Alex Gross Cross-Cultural Research Projects PO Box 660, Cooper Station, New York, NY 10276 9780982317808, $29.