An emic perspective is looking at a culture from the view point of an outsider.
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Almost true it doesn't have to be done by an outsider by definition (but it normally is) and it is not quite as simple as you make it sound it is a specific study of the internal workings of a society or group, rather than there external interactions. Hope it helped:)
by Peter Leeper 6 years ago
From a non-religious point of view: What in your opinion is the meaning of life?If you feel this question can't be answered without a religious beleif please don't answer. I am interested what people think the meaning of life is from a more philosophical point of view.Thanks!
by John Sarkis 6 years ago
What is The Best Suspense Film Score in Your Point of View?Just thought I'd ask you, since you've written so much about films... I'll tell you my "personal favorite" and why after you tell me yours.
by Rod Martin Jr 6 years ago
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