Human Relations Area Files. New Haven, CT: HRAF, Inc., 1949+.
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HRAF is a non-profit research corporation sponsored and controlled by twenty-four universities and research institutions. The aim is "to build an adequate sample of the world's cultures for comparative research," and this collection contains a vast amount of ethnographic material.
By the classification scheme set out in the Outline of World Cultures, described below.
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Murdock, George Peter. Outline of World Cultures, New Haven: HRAF, 1975. 5th ed. Lists the area or cultural classification which is the basis of the file's organization. Murdock, George Peter and others.
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Outline of Cultural Materials. New Haven: HRAF, 1961. 4th rev.
V.1 A subject classification of cultural topics. Naroll, Raoul, and Donald Morrison, Index to Human
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Relations Area Files, New Haven: HRAF, 1972.
A complete subject index to more than 4,000 sources in the HRAF files up to 1967.
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Index to the Human Relations Area Files: Supplement I, compiled by Joan Steffens. New Haven: HRAF, 1979. Human Relations Area Files, Inc.
Covers materials added to the files between August 1967and July 1, 1977.
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Human Relations Area Files. HRAF Source Bibliography, New Haven: HRAF, 1976.
A list of books, articles, and manuscripts processed for the HRAF files arranged by the world cultural group.
Lagace, Robert O. Nature and Use of the HRAF
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Files: A Research and Teaching Guide, New Haven: HRAF, 1974.
A comprehensive guide to the use of the HRAF system.