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The growing ethno-racial diversity reflected in Canadian society has prompted increased academic interest, particularly in the field of social work, in understanding how people from different ethno-racial groups experience and perceive the world. In this paper, we talk about the challenges of creating such knowledge, or engaging in "cross-cultural research". We focus this discussion on three main dimensions of the research process: the goals and values underlying the research; the nature offatcat:seiynvg7tfeevijtqrvw4trnay