For instance, instead of adopting the prevalent approach of starting the analysis with pre-determined social categories (etic/intercategorical approach) such as gender, race/ethnicity, and class of skilled immigrants and exploring intersectionality among them, we can use an emic
approach that recognizes the historical and geographical context of skilled immigration in Canada.
They continue to provide "Go-Live" support to Mohammed and his team, to ensure that Epicor ERP meets the requirements of EMIC
and allows them to make continuous process improvements.
While international business researchers mainly deal with cross-cultural data which is emic
in nature (e.g., attitudinal and behavioural phenomena), the majority of research conducted in the field has been etic.
This section provides an interesting emic
analysis of the historical situation and may work well as a template for textual analysis related to socio-historical studies.
Therefore, dog bone geometry with a rectangular section area and a flat side was utilized to favor the use of DIC technique coupled with the UTM EMIC
DL 10000 having a 10 kN load cell (Fig.
Estas foram, respectivamente, nomeadas como EFIC (Escala Feminina de Internalizacao Corporal) e EMIC
(Escala Masculina de Internalizacao Corporal).
More specifically, further development of Christian rationality as it relates to psychology will require the social construction of a meta-perspective that is capable of evaluating Christian perspectives that represent three very different forms of intellectual endeavor: the etic, the emic
, and the dialogic.
EON-Masdar Integrated Carbon (EMIC
), a joint venture between the UAE's Masdar and E.ON of Germany, has started full implementation of its gas leak reduction project in the Ferghana Valley, Uzbekistan, in partnership with JSC Uztransgaz (UTG), the Uzbek gas distribution network owner.
In an effort to study both emic
and etic dimensions of religious coping, the study also analyzes these responses within the framework of Pargament and colleagues' (1998; 2000) religious coping constructs to determine responses that are consistent with findings across other cultures (etic) and to identify and describe responses that are culturally specific to Guatemala and Kenya (emic
It presents an analytic framework that draws on etic (outsider) and emic
(insider) perspectives, and illustrates how each perspective is (re)presented in different forms of media.