|Comparison of the U.S. and Mongolian Constitutions|
Believing that man is an animal suspended in webs of significance he himself has spun, I take culture to be those webs, and the analysis of it to be . . . an interpretive [science] in search of meaning.
|Personal Freedoms and Human Rights|
|The interviewed Mongolian citizens were asked to 'Please list the characteristics that make a country a democracy.' Their list of answers is not very different from that made by American students, as seen in the second column of the table below.|
|Mongolians and American students' ideas on democracy are similar (answers are ranked from most to least frequently mentioned)|
|867 Mongolian citizens (Hovd, Ulaanbaatar and surrounding countryside) interviewed in the summer of 2008.|