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In fact, Segalla (1998) confirms that international research is the exception rather than the rule. This article contributes to the existing body on cross-national research as it examines the methodological considerations of such studies and proposes a model which combines these aspects as a guide for further cross-national research.
METHODOLOGICAL ISSUES IN CROSS-CULTURAL RESEARCH: LESSONS LEARNED IN A STUDY OF CHINESE AND NORTH AMERICAN CONSUMERS. Kathleen Brewer Doran, Babson College, U.S.A. ABSTRACT - This paper describes lessons learned while conducting a cross-cultural study of information search comparing Chinese and North American consumers.
The main characteristics of the papers and major methodological aspects in the assessment of safety culture were systematically searched for and annotated. These aspects were then sorted and grouped into a preliminary set of themes which was re-examined for appropriateness and prominence (in terms of frequency of occurrence and importance for achieving high quality safety culture data) by the.
Given the growing need to look across national borders in order to be prepared for global challenges confronting higher education in the coming decades, it can be expected that institutional administrators in the U.S. and other western countries will need information on the quality and efficiency of their activities, including an international comparative perspective.
Publications in peer-reviewed research journals: Taber, K. S. (2019). Experimental research into teaching innovations: responding to methodological and ethical challenges.
The six approaches to cross-cultural research vary in terms of their methodological issues and thus require different measures to cope with the underlying research process. Whereas parochial research reflects what we would consider a domestic research setting, ethnocentric research replicates domestic studies in another culture.
Cross-National Research Methodology and Practice offers practical guidance for relative newcomers to cross-national research by analysing and evaluating the research process by focusing strongly on best practice in terms of methods and management. It raises a number of important issues for cross-national research which have been given insufficient attention in discussions of methods and practice.