This article discusses the significance and lawfulness of intercultural aesthetics research in terms of cultural context,aesthetic nature,research method and disciplinary connection,with a view to be beneficial to intercultural aesthetics researches.
The thesis consists of three parts as follow：In the first part analyzes the cross culture foundation for the human resource management, including its influence on enterprise management, and culture strategies, and providing the background for deep across the culture human resource analysis.
This paper is going to, from the perspective of cross culture communication, probe into the cultural differences in ecology, material, society, religion and linguistics on understanding in translating.
DNA fingerprint analysis demonstrated that there was no cross-culture contamination of JMSU1 during the passages.
Various excellent ECA systems are developed and proposed previously, however, the cross-culture communication issues are seldom addressed by researchers.
Gene probes to detect cross-culture contamination in hormone producing cell lines
Cross-culture contamination of cell lines propagated in continuous culture is a frequent event and particularly difficult to resolve in cells expressing similar phenotypes.
We demonstrate that DNA-DNA hybridization to blotted endonuclease-digested cell DNA effectively detects cross-culture contamination to monitor inter-species as well as intra-species cross contamination.
Strategic competence for intercultural communication
And then it discusses research on strategic competence, particularly the contributions it can make to our efforts to understand and improve intercultural communication.
Finally it stresses the special significance of exploring strategic competence for studying intercultural communication and indicates implications that the exploration may have for second- and foreign-language teaching.
Objections to the Western bias of Bioethics from the perspective of cross-cultural research are not only a radical critique of biomedicine but a challenge to philosophy and ethics becoming 'intercultural'.
Conclusions: Cultural and social studies of life, context and ethos could be helpful in developing the ethical sensitivity, intercultural perception and motivations of health care personnel.