What is Cross-cultural Research?

OLUWATOYIN OLATUNDUN ILESANMI

Abstract


By

ILESANMI Oluwatoyin Olatundun[1]

Clinical Psychologist, PN & M, Trained Genetic Counsellor

 

Abstract

This paper discusses the major principles and methods of cross-cultural research, particularly how to test hypotheses on worldwide samples of cultures. The major purpose of this presentation is to encourage an increase in cross-cultural research by showing that it is not hard to do.


[1] Ph.D; USIP Certificate in Conflict Analysis

Behavioural Study Department, College of Management Sciences, Redeemer’s University, Mowe, Ogun State, Nigeria. E-mail: toytundun@yahoo.com

 


Full Text: PDF DOI: 10.5539/ijps.v1n2p82

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