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- 1Anisotropy of magnetic susceptibility
- 1Chinese Loess Plateau
- 1Chinese culture
- 1Cultural differences
Paelomagnetic and petromagnetic studies of Chinese Cenozoic sediments: Paleoclimatic, tectonic, and evolutionary implicationsDownload
The anisotropy of magnetic susceptibility (AMS) was investigated in three Chinese Loess Plateau sedimentary sections along a W–E transect. Previously published models assumed that winter monsoons were responsible for the magnetic fabric formation of loess sequences. In our new interpretation, the...
Applying a hybridization framework that conceptualizes culture as a dynamic and open system, the overall objective of this dissertation is to illuminate some psychological consequences of sociocultural change in contemporary China. Although (cross-) cultural psychology tends to portray China as...