Cross-cultural research among the various social sciences can be grouped into three basic types: the comparative study of phenomena in a series of different societies; the exploration of a society, or some aspect of it, by a foreign scientist; and the study of patterns generic to the intersections of societies. Each type involves a distinctive set of variables and methodological problems and all three are in need of further development of appropriate theoretical models.
Men in the Middle of the Third Culture: The Roles of American and Non-Western People in Cross-Cultural Administration
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John Useem, Ruth Useem, John Donoghue; Men in the Middle of the Third Culture: The Roles of American and Non-Western People in Cross-Cultural Administration. Human Organization 1 September 1963; 22 (3): 169–179. doi: https://doi.org/10.17730/humo.22.3.5470n44338kk6733
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