Keywords Cultural differences * Emic and etic
* Poland and Germany * Qualitative methodology
In 2006, the ETIC
organized a training program on dam safety in collaboration with the UNESCO for professionals from Iran, Iraq, Syria, and Turkey.
At the same time, however, an etic
perspective could promote a colonization of Christian communities by scientific value systems.
positive religious coping style of Religious Helping consistent with Pargament et al.
The ISM argues instead that Quest reflects etic
ideological assumptions that are not fully compatible with the emic perspectives of Christianity and other traditional religions including Islam.
However, the ETIC
is not expected to invite another carrier to invest in JAL at this stage.
But they are continuing to iron out details with ETIC
amid calls to enable part of the waived debt to be swapped for equity so that the banks can recover some of their losses if JAL returns to profitability.
estimated the liabilities of JAL exceed its assets by more than $9.
In the etic
approach we observe from outside and use comparative data-their gross domestic product is half ours, their disease rate is twice ours, etc.
Her research goals are twofold: 'to develop an understanding of the way the ancient elite Maya classified, constructed, occupied, and cognized a type of space that they themselves have categorized', and, 'to show in what ways emic categories from Maya texts are relevant for archaeologists by comparing them to etic
classifications applied to ancient architecture' (p.
Prolegomena to a Christian Encounter with Contemporary Druidry: An Etic
Perspective on the Revival of a European Native Religion and Its Relationship to the Western Religious Landscape.
She said: ``At South Sefton, we recently set up a multidisciplinary diab etic
team to offer support.