The team designed a cross-cultural comparison
, examining data from two large representative studies of adults: Midlife in the United States and Midlife in Japan, both funded by the National Institute on Aging.
An exploratory study of social support: A cross-cultural comparison
of Chinese-, Japanese-, and Anglo-American breast cancer patients.
Though she recorded another forty narratives in Israel, she decided not to include these, which is understandable, but would have added fascinating cross-cultural comparison
From a methodological point of view, the use of individual measures of cultural orientation instead of simple country proxy indicators in explaining the effect of cultural orientations on media product selection distinguishes this study from similar cross-cultural comparison
An educator looking for more information on comparison of contemporary socioeconomic conditions and cross-cultural comparison
of fatherhood with relation to social policy will find this text as a valuable start, especially if looking to conduct future research.
He proposed that a cross-cultural comparison
of all human societies would reveal that distinct worldviews consisted of the same basic elements.
For one thing, this reader was left pondering what Geschiere's cross-cultural comparison
would have looked like had it considered medico-anthropological accounts of how healers and their patients talk about witchcraft, and how, in the intimacy of the home, these accounts give rise to the figure of the witch and to the development of protective medicine to counter black magic.
An earlier study (Okleshen and Hoyt, 1996) conducted a cross-cultural comparison
of ethical perspectives and decision approaches of business students in the USA and New Zealand.
The measurement of handedness: A cross-cultural comparison
of samples from England and Papua New Guinea.
Gonzales (1982) in a cross-cultural comparison
of five ethnic groups used the HFD as a measure of intellectual development using the Koppitz method of scoring.
This study explores teachers' academic expectations of students from low socioeconomic status (SES) in Costa Rica for the purpose of cross-cultural comparison
A cross-cultural comparison
of perceptions and uses of mobile telephony.