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Abstract The purpose of this paper is to examine ways in which cross-cultural research in international business can use emic-etic approaches more effectively.
Finally, a comparison with the Portuguese narratives of similar events is provided, contrasting it with the English-language ones and providing interesting starting points for further, cross-cultural research.
In partnership with policy-makers, industry, healthcare and education, Durhams cross-disciplinary and cross-cultural research shapes local, national and international agendas.
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.
Marlene shared that cross-cultural research and experience with me when we first met in the Haight Ashbury in 1977, for I had made similar observations in studying the San Francisco's psychedelic counterculture.
The challenge of enhancing validity in the field of clinical crosscultural psychometric test development appears to have been fuelled by inter alia societal biases and value judgements, a positivistic paradigm, and challenges associated with multiculturalism that influenced cross-cultural research methodology.
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.