Not all international research is comparative, and not all comparative research is international or cross-national. The social science and humanities literature has engaged in a long-running debate about terminology and substance. If agreement is relatively widespread regarding the meaning of ‘comparative research’, the same cannot be said of ‘international’, ‘cross-national’ or the other terms used to describe research that crosses national, cultural or societal boundaries.
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