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ERIC Number: EJ163068
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Publication Date: 1977
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What Have We Learned from Cross-Cultural Surveys?
Levinson, David
American Behavioral Scientist, 20, 5, 757-92, May/Jun 77
Summarizes what behavioral science has learned from holocultural studies of social problems, child rearing, kinship, and cultural evolution. Holocultural studies test or derive a theory by mathematical analysis of data drawn from a sample of primitive societies representing three or more geographical regions of the world. (Author/AV)
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