We conduct a linguistic and philosophical analysis of emic
and etic terms, and we provide examples from linguistics and international business research on German-Polish acquisitions.
Kenyan faith-based relief providers also reported the emic
religious coping method of Finding Solidarity through Shared experiences.
Surely the concept of the authentic voice applies equally within the emic
frame: one can speak on one's own behalf, from a particular knowledge, based upon upbringing, embodied experience, memory, set of opinions, but have no right to speak on behalf of others.
Broadly, the difference in perspective between etic and emic
analysis can be illustrated by two famous books.
Application Clustering was chosen as the best solution to provide Dennick's database and Apache Web-based server network the high availability, scalability and manageability services that were required.
is already active in several EU-sponsored projects involving web services for e-health and e-learning, security and privacy and network technologies.
The Swedish investment company Ledstiernan AB said on Friday (2 April) that its Finnish portfolio company Emic
Networks had raised SEK54m in venture capital from Trident Capital and Nordic Venture Partners.
The purpose of Study 1 was to generate emic
(culture-specific) organizational commitment and social factors items.
Whilst the author has adopted a certain light-hearted approach to his story and whilst the book lacks the usual acad emic
paraphernalia, readers should not be mislead into thinking he has not engaged in a great deal of study.
Too many outcome-focused policy leaders and school administrators believe that acad emic
achievement is the sole measure of school and student outcomes, despite the fact that IDEA itself acknowledges that students' developmental, emotional, and behavioral capacities/outcomes are a proper focus of a student's program.
In an essay that takes its cue from Alexander's call for a paradigm that favors similarity and emphasizes the ways Judaism translated into Hellenism and vice versa, Stan Stowers argues that from an emic
or indigenous perspective the Pauline communities looked more like philosophical schools than either synagogues or voluntary associations.
One might think at first glance, for instance, that Gates's convincing argument for signifying as the central rhetorical trope in African American culture would lead to a fairer, more emic
assessment of folk culture and, thus, have more than cosmetic implications for future scholarship and anthologies such as the 1997 Norton Anthology of African American Literature.