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Communications in Computer and Information Science
In the Western cultural background, the Priority-Pointing Procedure (PPP), which is a qualitative research-based diagnostic procedure, has been proven to be able to point to a priority for action by measuring imbalances in the context of Nomology. As the starting point to prove its feasibility in the environment of the Eastern cultural background, we applied PPP to the research process of an Intercultural Trust Project, which was performed in Dublin, Ireland. In this paper we present thedoi:10.1007/978-3-642-02298-2_45 fatcat:u3eey3svizgb3eoirtsa2a37iu