Emic and Etic Concepts

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Hannah B.

Loughborough University - BSc Psychology

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Clearly explains the differences between emic and etic approaches, using examples of epidemiological studies of depression. Useful to make such a distinciton when evaluating and giving examples of culture bias.

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