The fifth chapter discusses traits of the research method of cross-cultural comparison in anthropology, and interprets its application through the introduction of the problem that how literature constructs others' images under the cross-cultural context.
A cross-cultural comparison showed that French Canadians, North Africans and Mexicans complain much more of psychosomatic troubles than English-speaking Canadians or Americans.
A cross-cultural comparison of mental health care delivery in Athens and Groningen
The aim of this study was to investigate the relationships between EE status and aspect of burden through cross-cultural comparison of the two countries, Japan and England, with large cultural and linguistic differences.
Parent reports of child behavior problems in young Sami children: A cross-cultural comparison
Cross-cultural comparison of sound sensation and its prediction models for Korean traditional silk fabrics