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A Giant of Cultural Research: Seeing Further from the Shoulders of Kwok Leung

  • Michael W. Morris (a1), Zhen Xiong (George) Chen (a2), Lorna Doucet (a3) and Yaping Gong (a4)
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This is a special issue in honor of Kwok Leung, whose path-breaking career in social psychology, cross-cultural psychology, organizational behavior, and international management was cut short by his untimely death in 2015. Newton said, ‘If I have seen further it is by standing on the shoulders of giants’. In cultural research, it's Kwok's shoulders that enable us to see further.

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