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cross-cultural

 [kros″kul´cher-al]
pertaining to the identification and analysis of distinct features of human behavior in different cultural, geographic, and social settings; intercultural and transcultural are sometimes substituted for this term.

cross-cultural

Concerning the physiological and social differences and similarities of two or more cultures.
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20) In a recent roundtable conversation with Secretary of the Air Force Debra James, General Robinson articulated a similar proposition: "Every Airman is an Ambassador, and because of the frequency and level of engagement we have with allies and partners and with half of our bases on foreign soil, our Airmen must be cross-culturally competent.
To this end, a focus on cross-culturally universal sexual feelings facilitates comparisons in a manner that culturally specific identity categories do not.
Again by analogy with the phonemic example, it is not necessarily useful or helpful to look across kinship systems, observe that a particular genealogically specified individual is common to two otherwise different categories, and to conclude that this part of the category (say 'father's brother') is more real, cross-culturally valid, or etic, than the other parts of the categories (respectively, 'mother's brother' and 'father's brother's son').
Modern Christian missionaries could never have anticipated the full implications that living cross-culturally would carry for their children.
Seen from this perspective, it would be fascinating to explore how poverty is addressed cross-culturally in, say, Nigerian, Korean, or Middle Eastern films, but also the North American 'Western' genre.
Maggie Mitchell Salem, Executive Director of QFI, said "we believe that learning critical languages and engaging cross-culturally provides students with life-long learning opportunities.
It's inspiring to think of the important role it's played worldwide and cross-culturally," says Gerry Gaydos, a former board member of the agency.
The next section examines measures, with material on psychometric considerations for cyberbullying research and constructing a cross-culturally appropriate scale for Eastern and Western countries.
Ultimately, what makes the particulars of stuff so ubiquitous and so overlooked cross-culturally inspires Miller to write an engaging and intriguing mixed ethnography.
The experience of soldiers' feeling like family to each other is found in other contexts cross-culturally.
The reasons people understand an action to be brave are not cross-culturally opaque; they merely require that we understand the cultural contexts in which they appear in order that they might be transplanted into the virgin soil of our own culture.
Sleep patterns actually vary enormously cross-culturally and according to life-stage (as any nursing mother will testify