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    • Cross-cultural studies

    • Cross-cultural studies, sometimes called holocultural studies or comparative studies, is a specialization in anthropology and sister sciences (sociology, psychology, economics, political science) that uses field data from many societies to examine the scope of human behavior and test hypotheses about human behavior and ... Read »


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    • Biculturalism

    • Biculturalism in sociology involves two originally distinct cultures in some form of co-existence. A policy recognizing, fostering or encouraging biculturalism typically emerges in countries that have emerged from a history of national or ethnic conflict in which neither side has gained complete victory. This conditio ... Read »


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    • Comparative cultural studies

    • Comparative cultural studies is a contextual approach to the study of culture in a global and intercultural context. Focus is placed on the theory, method, and application of the study process(es) rather than on the "what" of the object(s) of study. In comparative cultural studies, selected tenets of comparative l ... Read »


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    • Cross cultural sensitivity

    • The concept of cross cultural sensitivity encompasses the knowledge, awareness and acceptance of other cultures. Opinions in favor of promotion of cultural sensitivity are based on ideological or practical considerations. Former Secretary-General of the United Nations Kofi Annan advocates cultural sensitivity as ... Read »


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    • Cross-cultural communication

    • Cross-cultural communication is a field of study that looks at how people from differing cultural backgrounds communicate, in similar and different ways among themselves, and how they endeavour to communicate across cultures. Intercultural communication is a related field of study. During the Cold War,the economy ... Read »


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    • Cultural safety

    • Cultural safety can be defined as the effective nursing practice of a person or family from another culture that is determined by that person or family [from Nursing Council of New Zealand, Guidelines for Cultural Safety, the Treaty of Waitangi and Māori Health in Nursing Education and Practice, 2011, p. 7]. Its ori ... Read »


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    • Culture assimilators (programs)

    • Culture Assimilators are culture training programs first developed at the University of Illinois in the 1960s. A team from the psychology department of that university was asked by the Office of Naval Research to develop a training method that would “make every sailor an ambassador of the United States.” The ... Read »


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    • William Divale

    • William Tulio Divale is a professor of anthropology at York College, City University of New York in Jamaica, New York, USA. Divale was a past chairman of the Social Sciences Department. He received his PhD degree from the University at Buffalo in 1974. He is the publisher of the World Cultures eJournal. He has receiv ... Read »


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    • Carol R. Ember

    • Carol R. Ember (13 May 1948) is an American cultural anthropologist, Cross-cultural researcher and a writer of books on anthropology. She is now the Director of the Summer Institutes in Comparative Anthropological Research at the Yale University, apart from holding the post of Executive Director in the Human Relations ... Read »


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    • Melvin Ember

    • Melvin Ember

      cross-cultural research kinship studies Melvin Lawrence Ember (January 13, 1933 – September 27, 2009) was an American cultural anthropologist and cross-cultural researcher with wide-ranging interests who combined an active research career with writing for nonprofessionals. Drawn to anthropology after reading ... Read »


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    • Euro-Sinica

    • Euro-Sinica is a scholarly series, published by the European academic publisher Peter Lang. The series focuses primarily on intercultural and transcultural studies, including intellectual history, of Europe and China. The monograph series was founded by Adrian Hsia, of McGill University, following the first Sino-Germa ... Read »


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    • Gary M. Feinman

    • Gary M. Feinman (born 1951) is an American archaeologist, and the MacArthur Curator of Mesoamerican, Central American, and East Asian Anthropology at the Field Museum of Natural History in Chicago. He was a part of the Valley of Oaxaca Settlement Pattern Project which focused on the evolution of the Monte Albán stat ... Read »


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    • J. Patrick Gray

    • J. Patrick Gray is a professor of anthropology at University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee. His research fields are holocultural research, sociobiology, methodology, and religion. He received his PhD degree from the University of Colorado at Boulder in 1974. He has authored sixteen articles, one book, co-edited another ... Read »


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    • The Heathen in his Blindness...

    • 1994 (I edition) "The Heathen in his Blindness...": Asia, the West and the Dynamic of Religion by S. N. Balagangadhara, was first published in 1994 by E. J. Brill. A second, hardcover, edition of the book was published in 2005 by Manohar books. A third, paperback, edition came out in 2012, published by the Manohar boo ... Read »


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    • Human Relations Area Files

    • The Human Relations Area Files, Inc. (HRAF), located in New Haven, Connecticut is a nonprofit international membership organization with over 300 member institutions in the U.S. and more than 20 other countries. A financially autonomous research agency based at Yale University since 1949, its mission is to encourage an ... Read »


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    • Ibn Khaldun

    • Ibn Khaldun

      Ibn Khaldun (/ˌɪbənxælˈduːn/; Arabic: أبو زيد عبد الرحمن بن محمد بن خلدون الحضرمي‎‎, AbÅ« Zayd ‘Abd ar-Raḥmān ibn Muḥammad ibn KhaldÅ«n al-ḤaḍramÄ«; 27 M ... Read »


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    • The Idries Shah Foundation

    • The Idries Shah Foundation

      The Idries Shah Foundation (ISF) is an independent educational and cultural charity, set up by the family of the late thinker, writer, and teacher in the Sufi mystical tradition, Idries Shah, who wrote over three dozen books on topics ranging from psychology and spirituality to travelogues and culture studies. Based i ... Read »


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    • Infant Potty Training

    • Infant Potty Training is both the name of a means of toilet training and the title of a book by author Laurie Boucke. The complete book title is Infant Potty Training: A Gentle and Primeval Method Adapted to Modern Living. It is an expansion of ideas that were originally presented in a small self-published volume calle ... Read »


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    • The Institute for Cultural Research

    • The Institute for Cultural Research

      The Institute for Cultural Research (ICR) was a London-based, UK-registered educational charity, events organizer and publisher which aimed to stimulate study, debate, education and research into all aspects of human thought, behaviour and culture. It brought together many distinguished speakers, writers and Fellows ov ... Read »


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    • Intercultural learning

    • Intercultural learning is an area of research, study and application of knowledge about different cultures, their differences and similarities. On the one hand, it includes a theoretical and academic approach (see e.g. "Developmental Model of Intercultural Sensitivity (DMIS)" by Milton Bennett, Dimensions of Culture by ... Read »


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    • Daria Khaltourina

    • Daria Andreyevna Khaltourina (Russian: Дáрья Андрéевна Халтýрина; born 4 January 1978 in Chelyabinsk) is a Russian sociologist, anthropologist, demographer, and a public figure. She is the head of the Group of the Monitoring of Global and Regional Ris ... Read »


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    • Andrey Korotayev

    • Andrey Korotayev

      Andrey Vitalievich Korotayev (Russian: Андре́й Вита́льевич Корота́ев; born February 17, 1961) is a Russian anthropologist, economic historian, comparative political scientist, and sociologist, with major contributions to world-systems theo ... Read »


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    • Ruth Landes

    • Born (1908-10-08)October 8, 1908
      New York City, New York Died February 11, 1991(1991-02-11)
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    • Ruth Landes

      Ruth Landes (October 8, 1908, New York City – February 11, 1991, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada) was an American cultural anthropologist best known for studies on Brazilian candomblé cults and her published study on the topic, City of Women (1947). Landes is recognized by some as a pioneer in the study of race and g ... Read »


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    • David Levy (psychologist)

    • David Levy (psychologist)

      David Anthony Levy (born 1954) is an American psychologist, professor, author, stage director, and actor. He has provided psychological perspectives on current events in numerous broadcast and publication media, and is co-author of an internationally best-selling textbook on cross-cultural psychology and critical think ... Read »


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    • George Murdock

    • George Peter ("Pete") Murdock (May 11, 1897 – March 29, 1985), also known as G. P. Murdock, was an American anthropologist. He is remembered for his empirical approach to ethnological studies and his study of family and kinship structures across differing cultures. Born in Meriden, Connecticut to a family tha ... Read »


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    • Museum der Weltkulturen

    • The Museum of World Cultures (German: Museum der Weltkulturen) is an ethnological museum in Frankfurt, Germany. Until 2001 it was called the Museum of Ethnology (Museum für Völkerkunde). It was founded in 1904, as a civic institution, to bring together the ethnographic collections of the city of Frankfurt. I ... Read »


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    • Museum of World Culture

    • The Museum of World Culture

      The national Museum of World Culture opened in Gothenburg, Sweden, in 2004. Its aim is to interpret the subject of world culture in an interdisciplinary way. The museum is situated next to the Universeum science centre and the amusement park Liseberg, and close to Korsvägen. "The museum interprets the concept of wor ... Read »


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    • Raoul Naroll

    • Raoul Naroll (September 10, 1920 – June 25, 1985) was an anthropologist who did much to promote the methodology of cross-cultural studies. He was born in Toronto, Ontario but was raised in Los Angeles and attended UCLA at the age of 16, dropping out in his junior year to join the military. In 1939, he joined the ... Read »


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    • Octagon Press

    • Octagon Press

      Octagon Press was a cross-cultural publishing house based in London, UK. It was founded in 1960 by Sufi teacher, Idries Shah to establish the historical and cultural context for his ideas. The company ceased trading in 2014. Octagon Press published many of Shah's later works. In addition, the publishing house has ... Read »


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    • Oriental Magic

    • Oriental Magic

      Oriental Magic, by Idries Shah, is a study of magical practices in diverse cultures from Europe and Africa, through Asia to the Far East. Originally published in 1956 and still in print today, it was the first of this author’s 35 books. The work was launched with the encouragement of the anthropologist, Professor ... Read »


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    • Culture and positive psychology

    • Cultural differences can interact with positive psychology to create great variation, potentially impacting positive psychology interventions. Culture influences how people seek psychological help, their definitions of social structure, and coping strategies. Research shows that cultural factors affect notions of p ... Read »


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    • David P. Schmitt

    • David P. Schmitt

      David P. Schmitt is a personality psychologist who founded the International Sexuality Description Project (ISDP). The ISDP is the largest-ever cross-cultural research study on sex and personality. Over 100 psychologists simultaneously administered an anonymous self-report survey to 17,837 individuals representing 56 d ... Read »


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    • Lazarre Seymour Simckes

    • Lazarre Seymour Simckes is an award-winning playwright, novelist, educator, Hebrew-English translator, and psychotherapist. He has developed approaches to the use of creative writing in areas including prison therapy and cross-cultural communication between students in the Middle East. Simckes, descended from a lo ... Read »


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    • Pitirim Sorokin

    • Pitirim Sorokin

      Pitirim Alexandrovich Sorokin (/səˈroʊkɪn, sɔː-/;Russian: Питири́м Алекса́ндрович Соро́кин, 4 February [O.S. 21 January] 1889, Turiya village, Vologda Governorate – 11 February 1968, Winchester, Massac ... Read »


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    • Standard cross-cultural sample

    • The standard cross-cultural sample is a sample of 186 cultures used by scholars engaged in cross-cultural studies. Cross-cultural research entails a particular statistical problem, known as Galton's problem: tests of functional relationships (for example, a test of the hypothesis that societies with pronounced mal ... Read »


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    • Arno Tausch

    • Arno Tausch (born February 11, 1951 in Salzburg, Austria) is an Austrian political scientist. His research program is focused on world systems theory, development studies and dependency theory, European studies in the framework of core-periphery relationships, and quantitative Peace and conflict studies. Tausch re ... Read »


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    • Edward Burnett Tylor

    • Edward Burnett Tylor

      Sir Edward Burnett Tylor (2 October 1832 – 2 January 1917) was an English anthropologist, the founder of cultural anthropology. Tylor is representative of cultural evolutionism. In his works Primitive Culture and Anthropology, he defined the context of the scientific study of anthropology, based on the evolutiona ... Read »


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    • Virtues (number and structure)

    • The questions of how many virtues there are, how the virtues relate to one another, and is any one virtue more important than any other, can be answered by looking either at the history of the subject or at the logic lying behind it. A recent survey across various cultures around the world concluded that there are six ... Read »


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    • Douglas R. White

    • Douglas R. White

      Douglas R. White (born 1942) is an American complexity researcher, social anthropologist, sociologist, and social network researcher at the University of California, Irvine. Douglas White was born in Minneapolis in 1942. He attended the University of Michigan, Columbia University, and the University of Minnesota, ... Read »


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    • E.S. Wibbeke

    • E.S. (Sheridan) Wibbeke (born 1965) is an Irish-American organizational theorist, intercultural consultant, and author in the field of global leadership known for the development of Wibbeke’s Geoleadership Model of global business leadership competencies. Born in Los Angeles to Irish parents, Wibbeke in 1987 ... Read »


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    • World Cultures

    • World Cultures is an electronic peer-reviewed academic journal of cross-cultural studies. It was founded in 1985 by Douglas R. White, editor in chief until 1990, followed by Greg Truex 1991, J. Patrick Gray, Peter N. Peregrine (1992-2014). The current publisher is Greg Truex (2015-16). It is an eScholarship journal tha ... Read »


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