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et·ic

 (ĕt′ĭk)
adj.
Of or relating to features or items analyzed without considering their role as a structural unit in a system such as a language or a culture.

[From (phon)etic.]

etic

(ˈiːtɪk)
adj
(Linguistics) relating to a non-structural approach to the description of linguistics and behavioural science

et•ic

(ˈɛt ɪk)

adj.
of or pertaining to the raw data of a language or other area of behavior, without considering the data as functional units within a system. Compare emic.
[1950–55]

-etic

an adjective suffix, equivalent in meaning to -ic, occurring in loanwords from Greek (eidetic), and in a few analogous Latin or English formations (splenetic; phenetic).
[< Latin -ēticus < Greek -ētikos]
Translations
etisch
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5 How Can Emic and Etic Approaches be Used More Effectively in International Business Research?
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For instance, she calls our attention to the distinction, introduced as long ago as 1968 by the German scholar Roland Harweg, between emic and etic openings of narratives.
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group workforce, by the end of March 2013, ETIC said.
Second, if Biblical Foundationalism is more ideologically sympathetic, then it also should display linkages with other variables that have less problematic implications after accounting for variance associated with the more non-sympathetic etic language of Religious Fundamentalism.
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