Socio-Cultural, Cross-Cultural Research and Cross-cultural analysis
Sociologyindex.com Managing Researcher & Editor - Rajrathnam V P - email@example.com Organization for Empirical Social Research to study social facts originating in the institutions or culture of a society which affects the behaviour or attitudes of an individual member of that society. The study of people and their environment with particular emphasis on socio-religious factors.
Cross-cultural analysis is also known as comparative analysis. A method central to many social sciences involving the comparative examination of differing cultures.
Cross-cultural analysis is crucial for distinguishing universal aspects of human culture and social organization from those which are particular to individual societies.
By observing the range of variation in culture and organization between societies a deeper understanding of individual development, family, gender, crime control and social inequality etc. can be developed.