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Andrałojć Magdalena
Czynnik kulturowy z zzl - badania międzykulturowe
The Cultural Factor in HRM - Intercultural Studies
Zarządzanie Zasobami Ludzkimi, 2004, nr 1, s. 9-27
Zarządzanie zasobami ludzkimi, Kultura organizacji, Badanie kultury organizacyjnej, Metody badawcze, Zarządzanie przedsiębiorstwem
Human Resources Management (HRM), Corporate culture, Organizational culture study, Research methods, Enterprise management
Naukowiec rozpoczynający badania o tematyce międzykulturowej staje przed problemem wyboru odpowiedniej metody badawczej. Prezentowany artykuł jest próbą znalezienia takiej metody, która łączyłaby podejście etic i emic w badaniach nad kulturą.

A researcher setting off on studies on intercultural subjects faces the problem of choosing an appropriate research method. The presented article is an attempt at finding such a method, one that combines the etic and emic approaches in studies on culture.
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