Having emerged in the Social Sciences in the 1930s, cross-culturalism
initially referred to comparative studies based on statistical compilations of cultural data.
The Carib practice of taking wives from the tribes they conquered engenders a cross-culturalism
in the child (Couvade) who embodies both self and enemy.
Still, this thin plot is but a mere pretext for Bouraoui to explore the dynamics of cross-culturalism
from the vantage point of his own worldly and cosmopolitan experience.
Quinones' report explores the major shift in attitude toward Latinos in this country, taking a historic look back as well as ahead to a future of growing cross-culturalism
Ex-centric narratives; identity, multivocality and cross-culturalism
Sanchez, on the other hand, remains one of the few American poets intent on relying on cross-culturalism
for both the style and the content of her poetry.
Published in association with UNESCO to celebrate 'a world decade for cultural development', this is the kind of shiny, expensive, superficial cross-culturalism
that we could all do without.
Wilson Harris, a British writer of Guyanese origin who has often been nominated for the Nobel Prize in Literature, was one of the first novelists and critics to use the notion of cross-culturalism
is hardly unique to the United States.
7-14, the institute will bring together select business faculty from the nation's 88 HBCUs and experts in the fields of global finance, international marketing and cross-culturalism
for a week of intensive study and disscussion on the topic "The Globalization of Business.