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Finding Aid for the Raoul Naroll Papers, 1941-1986

22/9F/1107

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Collection Overview

Title: Raoul Naroll Papers, 1941-1986
Creator: Naroll, Raoul
Extent: 35 linear feet (31 cartons, 1 half manuscript box, 9 card file boxes)
Language of Material: Collection material in English.
Repository: State University of New York at Buffalo. University Archives
Abstract: The professional papers of University at Buffalo professor and comparative anthropologist Raoul Naroll.

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

[Description and dates], Box/folder number, 22/9F/1107, Raoul Naroll Papers, 1941-1986, University Archives, The State University of New York at Buffalo.

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Acquisition Information

Donated by Frada Naroll, January 18, 1989. Accessioned as 89-004.

Terms of Access

The Raoul Naroll Papers, 1941-1986, are open for research.

Copyright

Copyright is held by The State University of New York at Buffalo, University Archives. Copyright of papers in the collection may be held by their authors, or the authors' heirs or assigns. Researchers must obtain the written permission of the holder(s) of copyright and the University Archives before publishing quotations from materials in the collection. Most papers may be copied in accordance with the library's usual procedures unless otherwise specified.

Processing Information

Collection processed by Mark McGuire, January-September 2007.

Accruals and Additions

No further accruals are expected to this collection.


Biographical Note

Raoul Naroll was born in Toronto, Ontario in 1920. He grew up in Los Angeles, California and attended UCLA at the age of 16. In 1939, he joined the U.S. Army and served in Hawaii and Germany during World War II. Naroll served in an infantry division, then as an Officer in the Army Finance Department and in the Military Intelligence Service, screening officials and prisoners of war in Germany. After the war, Naroll returned to UCLA, receiving an A.B. in 1950, a Master's in 1952, and his Ph.D. in history in 1953. He conducted fieldwork in Austria (1956) and in Greece, Switzerland and Belguim (1965-1966).

Naroll was a Fellow at the Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences at Stanford University from 1954-1955. Afterward he went to the Washington, D.C. branch of the Human Relations Area Files, Inc. (HRAF) to work as a research associate where he wrote country background studies. Returning to California in 1957, he taught anthropology at California State University-Northridge, then known as San Fernando Valley State College. He moved to Chicago, teaching at Northwestern University (1962-1967) in the departments of anthropology, sociology and political science. At Northwestern, Naroll worked on cross-cultural research and applied his methods to military deterrence and data quality.

Naroll joined the Department of Anthropology at the University at Buffalo in 1967 where he taught until 1984. He was named a Distinguished Professor of Anthropology and continued his research in cross-disciplinary cultural studies, while serving as President of HRAF from 1973-1983. Naroll wrote eight books, three manuals, numerous articles and book reviews and was an avid computer programmer and engineer. After a battle with cancer, Naroll died in Buffalo in 1985 at the age of 64.

His books include: Data Quality Control (1962), Imperial Cycles and World Order (1966), Handbook of Method in Cultural Anthropology (1970), Main Currents in Cultural Anthropology (1973), Military Deterrence in History: A Pilot Cross-Historical Survey (1974), HRAFLIB (HRAF Hologeistic Computer Program Library) (1975), Worldwide Theory Testing (1976), and The Moral Order: An Introduction to the Human Situation (1983).


Scope and Content Note

The papers of Raoul Naroll include professional and some personal correspondence, fieldwork, typescripts, drafts and research for Naroll's books, as well as materials concerning HRAF (Human Relations Area Files) and related projects. Papers on Naroll's war and culture research are found in Series III: War, Stress and Culture Project and V: Military Deterrence in History.

A significant amount of material in the collection covers Naroll's research into what he called "the Human Situation," intended to be a three-volume work of which only Volume I, The moral order: An introduction to the human situation (1983) was completed. Painful Progress was to be Volume II. Preliminary research for this volume is included in Series VII. The final portion of the collection (Series X) documents Naroll's computer programming.


Arrangement

Collection is organized into ten series:

I. Professional Files
II. Human Relations Area File (HRAF)
III. War, Stress and Culture Project
IV. Data quality control, a new research technique: Prolegomena to a cross- cultural study of culture stress (1962)
V. Military deterrence in history: A pilot cross-historical survey (1974)
VI. The moral order: An introduction to the human situation (1983)
VII. The human situation: Volume II: Painful Progress (unpublished)
VIII. Other Writings
IX. Subject Files and
X. Computer Programming.


Container List

I.     Professional Files, 1956-1985

Scope and content: Series I includes the bulk of Naroll's correspondence, found in Subseries B and C. Included are materials documenting Naroll's original organization for his files and library, both at his UB office and at his home.

Series I is arranged into eleven subseries (A-K): Administrative Papers, General Correspondence, Word Processor Chronological Files, Conferences, Lectures, Invitations, Research Proposals and Grants, Northwestern University Files, Austria Fieldwork, Switzerland Fieldwork, and Professional Affiliations.

I.A    Administrative Papers, 1961-1985
Box-folder Contents
1.1
Clio and the Constitution, PhD Revision Plans, 1961
1.2
General filing plans, 1962-1965
1.3
American Social Science Today, Prospectus, December 1965
1.4-1.5
General control book, October 1964-July 1970
1.6
Old work schedules, 1966-1967, 1971
1.7
Center for European Studies, General information, 1968
1.8
Book Sales, August 1968
1.9
Curriculum Vitae, 1968-1981, 1983
1.10
Travel arrangements, 1969-1968
1.11
Advertising of books by publishers, 1970, 1964
1.12
Hayes Hall 45 Defense Fund, 1970
1.13-1.14
Citations of [Naroll's] publications by others, 1961-1971
1.15
University Awards Committee, 1971
1.16
Student research ideas, 1971-1972
1.17
Honors, 1971, 1975-1976
1.18
Naroll's Tack board Reminders, 1974-1976; includes memos and keepsakes from Naroll's office board
1.19
Xerox University Microfilming, Reproduction of Ph.D. Thesis, 1975-1976; note: contains correspondence regarding the microfilming of Naroll's Ph.D. thesis abstract
1.20
Feedback, 1983-1985
1.21-1.22
Master Filing System, undated; comprehensive notebook includes Naroll's original organization for his files at his offices and at home
46-47
Miscellaneous Card Files, undated; includes completed summary cards
I.B    General Correspondence, 1947-1986
Includes correspondence with family and friends and with colleagues such as Alan Lomax, Ludwig von Bertanlanffy, Richard Dawkins, and Kenneth Boulding. Correspondence of 1986 is by Frada Naroll.
Correspondents are organized alphabetically by last name and/or subject
Box-folder Contents
1.23
A, 1960-1984
1.24
American Psychiatric Association, Arden House, 1955
1.25-1.27
B, 1960-1985
1.28
Bacon, Margaret and Barry Herbert, 1978
1.29
Blalock (Herbert and Ann), 1965-1966
1.30
Biery, Alice, 1971
1.31-1.32
C, 1961-1985
1.33-1.34
D, 1961-1985
1.35
E, 1962-1984
1.36
Etzioni, Amitai, 1967
1.37
F, 1958-1984
1.38
Feeney, Stephanie, 1970
1.39
Ford, Joe, 1958-1959
2.1-2.2
G, 1961-1983
2.3-2.5
General, 1947-1961
2.6
Hays, David, 1971-1985
2.7
Henderson, Marc, social and spatial patterns, 1969-1973
2.8
Hourani, George, 1980-1983
2.9-2.11
H, 1957-1983
2.12
I, 1961-1983
2.13
J, 1963-1984
2.14-2.15
K, 1961-1984
2.16
Kaufman, Anna Belle, 1970-1971
2.17
Krauss, Herbert, 1966-1969
2.18
L, 1962-1983
2.19
Local Informants, 1961
2.20
Marano, Louis, 1981-1982
2.21-2.23
M, 1965-1983
2.24
N, 1961-1984; includes correspondence by Frada Naroll
2.25
O, 1969-1983
2.26
P, 1961-1984
2.27
Patch, Richard, on speech synthesizers, 1982, undated
2.28
Q, 1972-1973
2.29-3.2
R, 1968-1985
3.3-3.6
S, 1960-1984
3.7
T, 1961-1983
3.8
Thrupp, Sylvia L., Editor, Comparative Studies in Society and History, 1962
3.9
U, 1961-1985
3.10
V, 1961-1983
3.11-3.12
W, 1961-1984
3.13
White, Douglas R., 1977-1978; includes paper "The Computerization of Ethnographic Texts"
3.14
Y- Z, 1971, 1972, 1974-1977, 1982
I.C    Word Processor Chronological Files, 1981-1985
Scope and content: Word Processor Chronological Files, as named by Naroll, consist of his later correspondence. Originals have been replaced by photocopies because of deteriorating type
Box-folder Contents
3.15-3.21
Word Processor Chronological Files, 1981-1985
I.D    Conferences, 1953-1983
Box-folder Contents
3.22
Miscellaneous Meetings, 1963-1964, 1952-1958
4.1
American Anthropological Association, 1953, 1966-1967
4.2
Pacific Coast Branch of the American Historical Association, 1954
4.3
Southwestern Anthropological Association, 1954, 1959
4.4
Society for the Advancement of General Systems Theory, 1955
4.5
Social Sciences Research Council Conference, 1960
4.6
Pomona College, General Anthropology Meeting, 1960
4.7
American Ethnological Society, Spring Meeting, 1960, 1967
4.8
International Studies Association, 1961
4.9
Stanford University, 1961-1962
4.10
Northwestern University, University of Michigan and New York City, May 1962
4.11
American Association for the Advancement of Science Meetings, 1963, 1967
4.12
Conference on Statistics and Anthropology, 1965
4.13
Travel Plans, Transportation, 1965-1966
4.14
Peace Research Conferences, November 1966, 1967
4.15
Central States Anthropological Society, 1967
4.16
HRAF Conference on cross-cultural research, 1967
4.17
National Institute of Mental Health Conference, 1967
4.18
D.C. Trip, June 1968
4.19
Social Science Research Center (SSRC), Summer Workshop, August 1970
4.20
Classification Society Meeting, London Ontario, 1971
4.21
Mathematics in the Social Sciences Board, June 1971
4.22
Mershon Center for Education in National Security, July 1971
4.23
Universals Conference, July 1971
4.24
American Psychological Association, "Time Depth" lecture, September 1971
4.25
American Political Science Association (APSA), "Conceptualizing the Problem," September 1971
4.26
HRAF Cross-Cultural Research Conference, October 1971
4.27
Symposium on methodological issues in cross-cultural research, 1971
4.28
Conference on Comparative Research, University of Pittsburgh, February 1972
4.29
Social Indicators work group meeting, 1972
4.30
American Association for the Advancement of Science, December 1972
4.31
Social Science Research Council, February 1973
4.32
Society for Cross-Cultural Research, February 1974; includes society newsletters
4.33
Joint Committee for the International Studies Association (ISA), Society for Cross-Cultural Research (SCCR), Comparative Interdisciplinary Studies Section (CISS) of ISA, and the American chapter of the International Society for the Comparative Study of Civilizations, 1973-1974
4.34
Comparative Interdisciplinary Studies Section (of ISA), Spring Meeting 1974
4.35
Society for Cross-Cultural Research, February 1975
4.36
International Studies Association, February 1976
4.37
Cognitive Science Conference, November 1976
4.38
Holocultural conference, 1976
4.39
American Sociological Association, August 1976
4.40
Society for Cross-Cultural Research, East Lansing, Michigan, February 1977
4.41
Society for Cross-Cultural Research, 7th Annual Meeting, New Haven, Connecticut, February 1978
4.42
American Anthropological Association Meeting, Los Angeles, November 1978
4.43
Society for Cross-Cultural Research, February 1979
4.44
International Studies Association, Toronto, March 1979
4.45
American Association for the Advancement of Science, Alcohol Use in Different Populations, 1983
I.E     Lectures, 1957-1967
Box-folder Contents
4.46
Some functional types of primitive warfare, undated
4.47
Atlantic Union, undated
4.48
The cross-historical method, 1960
4.49
Speeches for Rotary, The role of anthropology in international relations, undated
4.50
Speaking appearances, 1957-1960
4.51
A measure of suicide frequency in cross-cultural surveys, American Anthropological Association, 1967
4.52
Lecture on "mudsticking problem," How significant are significance levels, undated
4.53
Linguistics 501, 1970
4.54
Relevant social research, undated
4.55
Speakers and periods covered, undated
31
Speakers and periods covered, undated [index card box]
I.F    Invitations, 1962-1985
Box-folder Contents
4.56
Invitations to explore job possibilities, 1971
4.57
Invitations to attend conferences, 1965-1985
4.58
Invitations to write papers other than for conferences, 1962-1985
4.59
Invitations to lecture, 1963-1978
4.60
Consultation invitations, 1965-1978
4.61
Invitations to write books, 1964-1966
4.62
Invitations to submit research proposals, 1965-1967
4.63-4.64
Invitations to serve on committees, 1965-1979
5.1
Invitations to review books, 1966, 1976-1975, 1979
5.2-5.3
Invitations to evaluate research proposals, 1964-1979
5.4-5.7
Offprint requests, 1960-1965, 1971-1978, 1985
5.8-5.9
Invitations to evaluate manuscripts of others, 1965-1978
I.G    Research Proposals and Grants, 1953-1973
Box-folder Contents
5.10
Stability survey, plans and preliminary work, 1953
5.11
Cross-cultural index of emotional maladjustment, 1957
5.12
Theory of culture stress: Test prolegomena, 1958
5.13
Childbirth: A cross-cultural study, 1959
5.14
Great Russian elite informal value system, 1959
5.15
The role of anthropology in the Russian-American power struggle, 1959
5.16
An index of social development, a restudy, 1961-1962
5.17
A cross-cultural study of culture stress, 1962
5.18
Child training among Swiss peasants, 1962
5.19
Research Projects, Miscellaneous, 1956, 1963-1964
5.20
Financial Records, Correspondence, 1960-1964
5.21
Grant Fundraising, 1961-1964
5.22
Ethnographic data quality control, a cross-cultural survey, 1964
5.23
Suicide source wordage and thwarting disorientation, 1964
5.24
Grant solicitation, 1963-1965
5.25
Sponsor Analysis, 1963-1965
5.26
Ethnohistorical bias, 1967
5.27
A possible cross-historical survey on active and passive defense, 1967
5.28
Hologeistic Studies, 1967-1968
5.29
Relative Depravation and Who's Who, 1972-1973
5.30
Pre 1957 proposals, undated
5.31
Research Proposal Outlines, undated
5.32
A study of bruxism, undated
5.32
War and civilization: a study of cultural diffusion, undated
Box-folder Contents
5.33
Advanced Research Projects Agency (ARPA), 1965, 1968-1969
5.34
Air Force Office of Scientific Research (AFOSR), 1963
5.35
Carnegie Corporation of New York, 1962-1965
5.36
Center for Research on Conflict Resolution, 1959-1960, 1964
5.37-5.38
Ford Foundation, 1963-1965; includes correspondence and proposals
6.1
Hudson Institute, 1962
6.2
Human Sciences Research Inc. , 1965
6.3
Mershon Center for Education in National Security, 1963-1964
6.4-6.7
National Science Foundation (NSF), 1958-1965
6.8
Northwestern University, 1965-1967
6.9-6.10
Oak Ridge National Laboratory, 1965-1967
6.11
Office of the Surgeon General, 1964
6.12
Peace Heritage Exchange Foundation, 1962-1965
6.13
Rand Corporation, 1968
6.14
Rockefeller Foundation, 1961-1965
6.15
Social Security Administration, 1962-1963
6.16
United States Office of Education, 1962-1965
6.17
United States Naval Ordnance Test Station, China Lake, 1965-1966
6.18
Wenner-Gren Foundation, 1965
I.H     Northwestern University Files, circa 1962-1969
Box-folder Contents
6.19
Historical Cycles and Civil Wars Project, 1964-1969
6.20
Biery, Alice
6.21
Campbell, Donald
6.22
Cohen, Ronald
6.23
Cohen, Yehudi
6.24
Crano, William
6.25
Gilbert, Clare
6.26
Hill, Jeanie
6.27
Hunt, Robert
6.28
Kaiser, Lincoln
6.29
Mack, Raymond
6.30
Reed, Elizabeth
6.31
Rummel, Rudoplph
6.32
Schepers, Emile
6.33
Schwartz, Richard
6.34
Stevens, Philip
6.35
Tatje, Terry
6.36
Uchendu, Victor
6.37
White, Douglas R.
6.38
Winch, Robert
I.I     Austria Fieldwork, circa 1956-1976
Naroll's fieldwork in Austria was on urbanization among mountain villages of the Tyrol region, conducted in 1956.
Box-folder Contents
6.39
Kauternal Census data, 1956
6.40
German Kinship terms, 1958; includes paper by Naroll
6.41
Enformational German Grammar, 1975-1976
6.42
Social class in Kaunertal, undated
46
Austria Fieldwork Card Files, undated
I.J     Switzerland Fieldwork, circa 1959-1972
Naroll conducted fieldwork in Greece and Switzerland in 1965- 1966 on interethnic hostility and urban ambiculturalism.
Box-folder Contents
6.43
United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), Research Inquiry, 1959
6.44
Vattis- A Swiss Village [Barbara Steinberg], 1962
6.45
Culture stress in Switzerland, 1960, 1967
6.46
Some problems for research in Switzerland, 1963
6.47
Working papers, 1963
6.48
Proposal, Working Papers, 1964
6.49
Field Notes, 1966
6.50
Gallup Poll affiliates, 1966
6.51
Core values questionnaire, 1967
6.52
Swiss microfilm index, 1967
6.53
Pilot Study: Culture of Politics in Switzerland, circa 1969
6.54
Notes on proposal revision, 1970
6.55
Ford Foundation research proposal, 1972
6.56
General notes, 1972
6.57
Articles, reprints, undated
46
Switzerland Fieldwork Card Files, undated
Box-folder Contents
7.1
Interdisciplinary Curriculum proposal, 1967
7.2
Center for Comparative European Studies, Correspondence, 1968-1969
7.3
Interethnic conference, 1969
7.4
Inter-ethnic questionnaire, 1969
7.5
Lamy, Paul, Correspondance, 1969
7.6
National Institute of Mental Health Research Proposals, Preliminary drafts and correspondence, 1969
7.7
Notes on [Alan] Lomax, 1969
7.8
Supplementary Note to research proposal, 1969
7.9
Interethnic research proposal, 1969-1970
7.10
Plurilingual questionnaire, Correspondence, 1969-1970
7.11
Conference notes, 1970
7.12
Cross-archeological survey, Outline of research design, 1971
7.13
"Interethnic conflict: Switzerland, Belgium, Canada," 1972
46
Central European Studies Card Files, undated
I.K     Professional Affiliations
Box-folder Contents
7.14
Center for Conflict Resolution, 1956-1959, 1971
7.15
Current Anthropology, 1957-1958, 1960
7.16
Foundation for the Study of Cycles, 1969
7.17
Scholarly contacts, 1971, 1973
II.     Human Relations Area Files, 1967-1977

Scope and content: From 1955-1957 Naroll was a research associate of Human Relations Area Files, Inc. in Washington, D.C. . He later served as President of HRAF from 1973-1981. This series includes Naroll's HRAF correspondence, research proposals, and various projects while with HRAF.

Series II is organized into five subseries: General Files, Correspondence, HRAF Proposals, Research Projects and HRAFCOMP.

II.A    General Files
Box-folder Contents
7.18
Family Values in Vietnam, 1955
32.1
Vietnam Background Studies, 1956
7.19-7.23
HRAF Search Reports, Type A, B and C, Forms 1-2, 1971
7.24
Analyst code book, Guide to theories of alcoholism, 1975
7.25
HRAF Jewish Files, 1978-1979
II.B     Correspondence, 1973-1981
Box-folder Contents
7.26-7.28
General Correspondence, 1973-1977, 1978-1981
7.29
Levinson, David, 1980
7.30
Mutchler, David, United States Agency for International Development, 1976
II.C     HRAF Proposals, 1960-1974
Box-folder Contents
7.31
Deterrence research proposals, 1960-1964
7.32
Cross-cultural tests of the somatosensory hypothesis, 1973
7.33
HRAF ethno-bibliographic project, November 1973
7.34
Comparative Cross-National Study of Criminal Law Enforcement, Applicants, 1974
7.35
Ethnic heritage files, 1974
7.36
Mormon proposal, preliminary draft, January 1974
7.37
New York City Colonial File, 1974
7.38
Project hidden curriculum, 1974
7.39
Proposal for mass production of worldwide cross-cultural surveys, 1974
7.40
Guide to theories of alcoholism, March 1975
7.41
National Institute on Alcohol and Alcoholism, Negotiations, 1976
8.1
Central Intelligence Agency, Research Proposal, "A Pilot Worldwide Study of Political Change," 1979-1980
II.D    Research Projects, 1963-1984
Arranged by project.

Scope and content: Project Indexer was begun in 1963 at Northwestern University by Naroll. The aim of the project was to create an index for all material in HRAF using a machine readable program.

Box-folder Contents
8.2
Grants, time reports, and budgets, 1963-1965
8.3
Don Morrison, June 1964-April 1965
8.4
Unclassified materials, 1963-1966
8.5
Budget matters, 1963-1967
8.6
Correspondence, May 1963-April 1967
8.7
Northwestern University memorandum, February 1963-March 1969
8.8
Bookbinding plan, undated

Scope and content: Project Scoreboard was a plan by Naroll to compile and publish a set of worldwide social, political and economic indicators, based on early drafts of his book The Moral Order.

Box-folder Contents
8.9
Project Scoreboard, Descriptive Statement, undated
8.10
Programmer's Manuals, 1979
8.11
ICCS Specifications for computer program, April 1979
8.12
Meeting Notes, July 1979
8.13
Program Listings, 1979-1980
8.14
General plans for Project Scoreboard, Institute for Cross-Cultural Study (ICCS) Operations, 1979-1980
8.15
Notes on multiple regression computations, 1980
8.16
Project Scoreboard, summary data, 1980
8.17
Scoreboard Weighting, Multiple Linear Regression, Hilary's instructions, 1980
8.18
Hilary Shreter, summer programming, 1981
8.19
Literacy education survey, Enid's [Margolis] Report, July 1982
8.20
Population Growth Theory Hypothesis Tests, 1982
8.21
Hanover, New Hampshire Conference, April 1983
8.22
Planning with Maud [Naroll], economic survey project, 1981-1983
Box-folder Contents
8.23
Variable 1, Life expectancy at age 0, 1980
8.24
Variables 2, 5, 6 and 7, 1980
8.25
Variable 3, Total Hospital Beds, 1980
8.26
Variable 4, Social Security per Gross National Product, 1980
8.27
Variable 8, Gross National Product per Capita, 1980
8.28
Variable 9, Scientific associations per capita, 1980
8.29
Variable 10, Deaths in foreign wars, 1980
8.30
Variable 11, Suicide and homicide, 1980
8.31
Variable 12, Riots, 1980
8.32
Variable 13, Civil Rights, 1980
Box-folder Contents
8.33
Hilary Shreter report, Institute for Cross-Cultural Study (ICCS), Project Scoreboard, 1980
8.34
Multiple Regression Study of the Quality of Life, 1980
8.35
Scoreboard weighting, multiple linear regression, dependent variable data, 1980
8.36
Naroll/Dickens' equation weights for Quality of Life Indicators, 1980-1983
8.37
Calculation of dependent variable multiple linear regression, work done December 1980, commentary added, May 1983
8.38
GRESS II, Multiple Linear Regression, 1981
8.39-9.18
Project Human Worksheets, A-Z, 1981-1982 [27 folders]
9.19
Paul Lohner's solution work, 1981 1983
9.20
Celia Ehrlich Path Analysis, August 1983
9.21-9.22
Celia Ehrlich Reports, 1980-1981, 1984; includes drafts and final report
Box-folder Contents
9.23
Correspondence, September-October 1971, 1976-1977
9.24
Holonational HRAF-THINCS Development, 1979
9.25
Holonational HRAF-THINCS Codebook, 1974, 1976-1977
9.26
THINCS elements, 1979
9.27
THINCS work plan, 1979
9.28
Sketch of a filing system, undated
II.E    HRAFCOMP
Box-folder Contents
10.1
HRAF Computer Memorandum, 1977
10.2
Output Specifications for HRAFCOMP, 1978
10.3
Microcomputer Conversion Plan, 1978
10.4
HRAF Operating System ,Work Folder, 1979
10.5
HRAFCOMP Data Set, 1979
10.6-10.7
HRAFCOMP Working Documentation Manual, 1979
10.8-10.9
HRAFCOMP Data Notebook, 1978-1980
10.10
HRAFCOMP Requirements, 1979-1980
10.11
Frank Schiepatti's HRAF work, 1979-1980
10.12
Hilary Shreter's HRAF work, 1980
10.13
Revere Perkins HRAF work, Correspondence, 1980
10.14
Adapting HRAFCOMP to computer magazine indexing, 1982
III.     War, Stress and Culture Project, 1960-1973

The War, Stress and Culture Project was a cross-cultural study of fifty-eight societies. It began at California State University- Northridge and ran from 1961 through 1973, when at this time Naroll was professor of anthropology at the University at Buffalo.

Arranged in seven subseries: Administrative Files, African Suicide Study, Permanent Ethnographic Probability Sample, Celibacy and Culture Project, Data Classification, Maps, and Tribes.

III.A    Administrative Files,
Subseries includes statistical data and project records as well as research assistant worksheets.
Subseries is arranged chronologically.
Box-folder Contents
10.15
General instructions, September 1960
10.16
Project administration, 1960
10.17
Supplementary search plan, 1960
10.18
Conversion table, 1960
10.19
Abbreviated trait list, 1960
10.20
Revised trait list, 1960
10.21
Trait analysis checklists, undated
10.22
Sampling plan, June 1960
10.23
Sampling data, 1960-1961; includes paper Two stratified random samples
10.24
Assignment Records, 1960-1961
10.25
Correlation matrix analysis, 1961
10.26
Floor Area data, 1961
10.27
Notes on sequential theory, 1961
10.28
Inquiries about project, August 1962
10.29
Terry Tatje/Naroll figures, 1962
10.30
Cycles of Consolidation, 1962-1963
10.31
Correlation of Social Development, 1962, 1965
10.32
War, Stress and Culture Control Book, 1960-1963; includes policy statements, search policies, and classification plan.
10.33
Witchcraft correspondence, 1961-1963
10.34
Project file, 1961-1965
10.35-10.36
Project Forms, 1960-1965
10.37
Curve fitting notes for ethnographic sample, 1960-1961
10.38
Data pool administration, 1965-1966
11.1
Preliminary Bibliography, 1966
11.2
War, Stress and Culture Project Workbook, 1961-1973, 1986
11.3-11.14
Data Tables, Sections 100-620, Version 1 and 2, 1961-1970
11.15-11.16
Coding Commentaries, Version 1 and 2, 1961-1970
12.1-12.4
IBM Coding Sheets, Forms 409, Version 1 and 2, 1962-1965
12.5
Historical Cycles Study analysis, An index, 1964-1968
12.6
Historical Cycles Study, Bibliography, 1968
12.7
Historical Cycles Study, Instructions, 1967-1968
12.8
Historical Cycles Study, Sequential Test, 1968
12.9
Glassner's suggestions, undated
12.10
Oeuvre qualification forms, undated
12.11
Old forms, undated
12.12
Statistical Notes, undated
42
Method Card Files, undated; includes UA Methodology Unclassified, UE Comparative Methodology, UE-14 Cross-Cultural Survey, UF Sampling Theory, UF-04 Cult Unit Definition, UI Data Quality Control, UJ Concept Definition, UK Multi-method Coordination, UP Statistical Evaluation, UP-Galton’s Problem, UQ Casual Analysis
43
Theory Card Files, undated; includes Templates, Card Filing Plan, YA Theory Unclassified, YB Formal Syntheses, YE Social Development Index, YI Social Evolution, YL Foreign Wars, YO Political Stability, YQ Culture Stress, YSA Creativity, YSCI International Federation, YU Social Planning
Box-folder Contents
12.13
Anderson, Bruce
12.14
Cohn, Jan
12.15
Gilbert, Michelle
12.16
Glasser, Jean
12.17
Johnson, Dennis
12.18
Johnson, Linda
12.19
Lecatassa, Antonia
12.20
Meyers, Edith
12.21
Naroll, Frada
12.22
Rosenheim, Lucille
12.23
Singer, Stefi
12.24
Siskin, Bert
12.25
Stare, Fred
12.26
Steinberg, Barbara
12.27
Vaughan, Martha
12.28
Vorster, Ola and Pfister, Eva
12.29
Research assistant assignments, Summer 1964
III.B     African Suicide Study
Box-folder Contents
12.30
Baganda, 1964
12.31
Bangala, December 1964
12.32
Kiga, 1964
12.33
Nuer, 1964
12.34
Yoruba, 1964
12.35
Suicide Study forms, October 1964
12.36
Suicide Study trait list, November 1964
38
African Suicide Study Card Files, 1964?; includes 38 Ila, 71 Sandawe, 75 Kongo, 78 Tonga, 80 Kamba, 87 Nsaw, 89 Eco, 92 Ibo, 97 Lango
III.C    Permanent Ethnographic Probability Sample (PEPS), 1963-1970
The Permanent Ethnographic Probability Sample (PEPS) was a project Naroll was involved with at Northwestern University. The project was supported by the Northwestern University African Studies program and by the Northwestern University Council on Intersocietal Studies. Works authored or co-authored by Naroll deriving from this project, include "A Standard Ethnographic Sample: Preliminary Edition," (1970) and "A Sample Ethnographic Sample: Second Edition," (1973).
Subseries C is arranged alphabetically.
Box-folder Contents
12.37
Africa, Classification work, 1964; includes PEPS progress reports of April 1964
12.38
Africa, Entries rejected, 1963-1964
12.39
Africa, Judy Friedman extract of Congo work, undated
12.40
Africa, Lists, 1963-1965
12.41
Africa, Maps, 1963-1964
12.42
Africa, Notes for classification, undated
13.1
Africa, North
13.2
Australia
13.3
Central America
13.4
China
13.5
Correspondence, Current Anthropology, 1967-1968
13.6
Disposition explanation, 1967
13.7
Europe
13.8
Foreign language documentation, undated
13.9
India
13.10
Indonesia
13.11
International African Institute bibliography, 1964-1965
13.12
Iran, Afghanistan, Japan
13.13
Madagascar
13.14
Melanesia
13.15
Micronesia
13.16
Near East
13.17
New Guinea
13.18
North America
13.19
Philippines
13.20
Progress Reports, Alnot, Winston, 1965-1967
13.21
Progress Reports, Caplan, Janice, 1963, 1967-1968
13.22
Project Administration, 1963, 1967, 1970
13.23
Project memorandum, 1963-1967
13.24
Polynesia, 1967, 1968
13.25
South America, 1963, 1967
13.26
South America final report, June 1967
13.27
South America work sheets, 1963, 1967
13.28
Southeast Asia
13.29
USSR
13.30
USSR/China
44-45
PEPS Card Files, circa 1967; includes CA-O Randomized list of North American Tribes, CB-1 Aluet, CB-4 Copper Eskimo, CB-Oa North Alaskan Eskimo, CD-1b Bella Coola, CE-6 Hupa, CF-1 Atsugewi, CH-6 Paiute, CI-4 Flathead, CI-41 Salish, CJ-7a Omaha-Osage, CJ-8 Crow, CL-8 Ojaibwa, CMa5 Iroquois, CP-1a Hopi, CP-1b Navajo, CP-3ab Yavapai, CP-0 Research in Sonara & Sinalao, CR Mexico, CR3a Aztecs, CR-0 North America, CR-0b, CS Mayan, CS A-O North American, CW, DA-0, DB-4 Cuna, CC-3 Inca, DF-3 Yaghan, DG-5 Gusinde, DH-2 Choroti, DJ-4 Tupinamba, LC-8a Timbria, DL-9, DO-0B Siriono, DS-3 Canelo, Dsa-5 Jivaro, DT-9 Yagua, DV-6 Carib, DW-6 Yaruro, DX-3 Callinago, EA Greenberg on African Languages, EB Bushman, EB-3 Naron, EC Hottentot, EF-1 Zulu, EF-0a Thonga, EH-1 Mbundu, EMad1 Tanala, EO-1 Chagga, EQ-1 Nuer, ESch-1 Nuba, ESch-3 Anzac, ESch-7 Nuba, ESch-8 Nuba, ET-1 Nupe, ET-2 Tiv, EV-1 Dahomey, EV-2 Ashanti, FA, FG-1 Ainu, FJ-1 Lepcha, FMa-2 Koreans, FQ-0ab Lolo, FQ-1 Cambodians, FQ-2a, FQ-3 Laotians, FQ-8 Miao, FQ-9 Yao, FR-1 Vietnamese, FR-5 Mwaken, FR-7ab, Fsa-2a Khasi, FU-1 Toda, FY-1 Nationalism, FY-3 Yemen, FY-4 Rwala, FX, GA, GA-2ab, GA-6, GB-8 Semang, GF-4 Central Bisayans, Gf-5 Apayao, GF-9 Ifugao, GG-oa Woleaians, GG-5 Ulithi, GMa-1ab North Fiji, GMa-1ab Samoa, GMa-9a Tikopia, GMac-1a Pukapuka, CN-2ab Takakos, GSc1-1 Lesu, GW-1 Kiwai, GX-8 Aranda, GX-9a Tasmanians, H, K
III.D    Celibacy and Culture Project, 1971-1972
Box-folder Contents
13.31
Project planning, 1971
13.32
Project correspondence, 1971
13.33
Search procedures, 1971
13.34
National Science Foundation grant renewal, May 1972
13.35
National Science Foundation research proposals, 1972
13.36
Notes, 1971-1972
13.37
Control book, 1972
13.38
Ethnographic Atlas, undated
III.E    Data Classification, 1960-1967
Box-folder Contents
13.39
African suicide sample, March 1966
13.40
Blackburn, Rod, working papers, 1964-1963
13.41
Code Sheets, 1962
13.42
Coding for Trait 56 and 64, undated
13.43
Friedman, Judy, working papers, 1964-1965
13.44
Gettlemayer, Garry
13.45
Interdependence Validation, undated
13.46
Keiser, Lincoln
13.47
Maxant, Jeanne, working papers, 1967-1966
13.48
Naroll, Frada, working papers, 1962
13.49
Output, 1963
13.50
Reclassification, 1961
13.51
Tatje, Terry, working papers, 1961
13.52
Team Count, 1963, 1961
13.53
Team Count, coding by Dennis Johnson, 1963
13.54
Telephone book craft specialty sample, 1960-1961
III.F    Maps, undated
Box-folder Contents
13.55
Africa
13.56
African neighbors in ethnographic atlas, Notes,
13.57
Culture area maps
13.58
Diffusion arc sampling maps
13.59
Ethnographic maps
13.60
Eurasia
13.61
North America
13.62
Oceania
16.63
South America
III.G    Tribes, 1960-1966
Subseries G consists of research notes and bibliographic information on selected cultures. Some memorandum included between Naroll and research assistants working on this project, 1960-1966.
Subseries G is arranged alphabetically
Box-folder Contents
14.1
Aleut
14.2
Amazon, Lower
14.3
Amhara
14.4
Andamans
14.5
Apayao
14.6
Araucanians
14.7
Australia
14.8
Austria
14.9
Aweikoma
14.10
Ayamara
14.11
Azande
14.12
Bhil
14.13
Burma
14.14
Callinago
14.15
Chagga
14.16
Checklists and Forms
14.17
Cheyenne
14.18
Chukchi
14.19
Comments
14.20
Cook Islands
14.21
Coyotero
14.22
Cuna
14.23
Dutch
14.24
Dyak, Land
14.25
Egypt
14.26
Eskimo (Copper)
14.27
Eskimo (Point Barrow)
14.28
Eyak
14.29
Fur
14.30
Ganda
14.31
Gilyak
14.32-14.33
Gond
14.34
Himalaya
14.35
Hottentot
14.36
Ifaluk
14.37
Ila
15.1
Iran
15.2
Iraqi
15.3
Irish
15.4
Iroqouis (Cayuga)
15.5
Italy
15.6
Kababish
15.7
Kafir
15.8
Kamchadal
15.9
Kapauku
15.10
Kazaks
15.11
Kikuyu
15.12
Klallum
15.13
Korea
15.14
Kuwait
15.15
Lovedu
15.16
Luo
15.17
Malaita
15.18
Malekula
15.19
Mangareva; note: some materials in French
15.20
Mataco
15.21
Mato Grosso
15.22
Mende
15.23
Mongo, Congo
15.24
Mongolia, Inner
15.25
Mosquito
15.26
Multiserial sources
15.27
Nahua (Aztec)
15.28
Ojibwa
15.29
Ona
15.30
Orokaiva
15.31
Papago
15.32
Paiute, Southern
15.33
Sahara
15.34
Semang
15.35
Tallensi
15.36
Tanala
16.1
Tibetans
16.2
Tikopia
16.3
Thonga
16.4
Tiv
16.5
Toda
16.6
Tonga
16.7
Toradje
16.8
Tuamoto
16.9
Turkestan
16.10
Wintun
16.11
Yagua
33
War, Stress and Culture [Tribe] Card Files, 01-14; includes 02 Turks, 03 Ireland, 04 Egypt, 05 Kababish, 06 Kapauku, 07 Eyak, 08 Dutch, 09 Tallensi, 10 Mataco, 11 W. Apache, 12 Dyak, 13 Korea, 14 Kafir
34
War, Stress and Culture [Tribe] Card Files, 15-26; includes 15 Aztec, 16 Mongo, 17 Malaita, 18 South Paiute, 19 Hottentot, 20 Tonga, 21 Ona, 23 Ancamanese, 24 Gilyak, 26 Mosquito
35
War, Stress and Culture [Tribe] Card Files, 27-36; includes 27 Fur, 28 Orokaiva, 29 Chukchee, 30 Austria, 31 Mangareva, 32 Yagua, 33 Iraqi, 34 Torac ja, 35 Callinago, 36 Gond
36
War, Stress and Culture [Tribe] Card Files, 37-50; includes 37 Papago, 38 Ila, 39 Tikopia, 40 Klallam, 41 Thonga, 42 Azance, 43 Araucanian, 45 Semang, 46 Wintun, 48 Burma, 49 Ojibwa, 50 Iroquois
37
War, Stress and Culture [Tribe] Card Files, 51-66; includes 51 Ifaluk, 52 Apayao, 53 Copper Eskimo, 54 Luo, 55 Tiv, 56 Seniang, 57 Kaingang, 58 Chagga, 59 Italy, 60 Cheyenne, 62 Mence, 65 Kazaks, 66 Amhara
IV     Data quality control, A new research technique; prolegomena to a cross-cultural study of culture stress, 1958-1974

Series includes notes, drafts, working papers and correspondence for Data Quality Control (1962)

Series IV is arranged chronologically and alphabetically.

Box-folder Contents
16.12 Index of culture stress, annotated copy, 1958
16.13 Index of culture stress, draft and notes, 1958
16.14 Index of culture stress, working papers, 1958
16.15 Draft, 1959; includes notes
16.16 Typescript, 1959
16.17 Correspondence, Office of Naval Research, Department of the Navy, 1961-1964
16.18 Data Quality Control Conference, 1964
16.19 Cultural evolution correlations, 1962, 1965-1966
16.20 Index of culture stress, correspondence, July 1957-June 1966
16.21 Application of methods to military intelligence, 1962, 1966
16.22 Correlation matrices, 1966
16.23 Miscellaneous controls, 1966
16.24 Data Quality Control Analysis, 1965-1967
16.25 Correspondence, MacMillan Publishing Co. Inc. , 1974, 1976
16.26 Controlling records of the American Civil War, Notes, undated
16.27 Reference Tables and Charts, undated
V     Military deterrence in history: A pilot cross-historical survey, with joint authors, Vern L. Bullough and Frada Naroll, 1960-1985

Series V includes Administrative Files, Deterrence Research and Reports (or Chapters) concerning Military Deterrence in History: A Pilot Cross-Historical Survey (1974). The book began as a project in the study of military deterrence through the United States Navy, Project Michelson at the Naval Ordnance Test Station, China Lake, California and was originally published as a paper in Theory and Research on the Causes of War, ed. Dean G. Pruitt and Richard C. Snyder (1969).

Subseries A and B arranged chronologically. Subseries C is arranged chronologically by Report.

V.A    Administrative Files, 1960-1985
Subseries A is arranged chronologically.
Box-folder Contents
16.28
Deterrence research proposal, 1960
16.29-16.30
Coding corrections, 1962; includes maps and comments
16.31
Control file, 1961-1962
16.32
Deterrence project administration, 1960-1964
16.33
Correspondence, Dr. Marc Sieber, 1968
16.34
Permissions, 1965, 1968, 1973
16.35
General correspondence, 1968-1973
17.1
Project Administration correspondence, 1959-1964, 1975
17.2
United States Arms Control and Disarmament Agency, correspondence, August 1975
17.3
United States funding for non-hologeistic studies, 1975; correspondence and National Science Foundation grant list
17.4
Department of Defense, correspondence, 1975
17.5
Book Reviews of Military Deterrence in History, 1974-1976
17.6
Deterrence project proposal, Ford Foundation, 1976
17.7
Deterrence Output Sheets, 1985
V.B    Deterrence Research
Box-folder Contents
17.8
Historical/Functional Discrimination and Diffusion, 1959; includes arc maps
17.9
"Cycles of consolidation and disintegration among Eurasian Empires," 1963; includes conference paper, correspondence and notes
17.10
Critiques, 1963-1969
17.11
Report 34, Working papers, 1964
17.12
Statistics and Coefficients of Association, 1964
17.13
Waterways and territorial change, 1963-1964
17.14
Jeanne Maxant on service scale, 1967
17.15
Jeanne Maxant on territory of war-making unit, 1967
17.16
Ann Chalem on the study of territorial gain, 1967
17.17
"Deterrence in History: A Critical Appraisal," 1968, 1971
17.18
Chapter 23, Working papers, 1968, 1970
17.19
General comments, 1968-1969
17.20
Chapter 24, Working papers, September 1970
17.21
Peaceful States Research, 1971
17.22
Galton's Problem, 1970-1972
17.23
Generalized restudy sample, October 1972
17.24
Epistemology of hologeistic research, 1972-1973
17.25
Addison-Wesley module, hologeistic method, 1970-1973
17.26
Otterbein, Keith, Samples and sampling in cross-cultural studies, 1975
17.27
Sadat plan, 1978; contains Naroll and [Richard] Schwartz's proposed resolution for the Arab-Israeli conflict
32.2
Diffusion arc maps, undated
17.28
History of war and culture problem, undated
17.29
Russian Values, Working papers, undated
41
Russian Values Card Files; includes 249 Notes, D2349 Russ study Naroll, D2459 Russ study Huber

[box 41 also include some smaller-size cards from the broader ‘Deterrence in History’ card files]

17.30
"The need for cross-historical survey," undated
40-41
Deterrence in History Card Files; includes A-07 Arabic 776-785, C-98 China 125-166 BC, Hun-Han 220BC-9AD, C-07 China vs Tibet 776-785, C-10 China 1076-1085, C-13 China 1376-1385, C-99 China (BC), E-01 European 176-185, E-02 European 225-16, E-03 European 376-385, E-05 European 576-585, E-12 European 1276-1285, E-13 European 1376-1385, E-15 European 1576-1585, E-16 1676-1685, E17 European 1776-1785, E-99 European 25-16 BC, R-14 Russia 1476, S-3 Switzerland 1576-1585, S-13 Switzerland 1376-1385, S-14 Switzerland 1476-1485, and 3.25x7.5-in cards following the same

[the smaller-size cards continue into box 40]

V.C     Reports, 1961-1964
Box-folder Contents
17.31-17.32
Drafts, Reports 1-28, 1960-1963
17.33
Preliminary report, undated
17.34
Report 11, "Random sampling in cross-historical survey," June 1961
17.35
Report 12, "European deterrence, 376-385: The internal invasion," 1961
17.36
Report 13, "European deterrence, 1276-1285: The era of negotiation," December 1961
17.37
Report 14, "First strike failure: The Swiss vs. Kiburg, 1376-1385," March 1962
17.38
Report 15, "Deterrence neglected: Ming China versus Mongol Yunnan, 1376-1385," March 1962
17.39
Report 16, "European deterrence 176-185: The first challenge," February 1962
17.40
Report 17, "Mathematical characteristics of dependent variables," March 1962
17.41
Report 18, "European deterrence 1576-1585: The Dutch revolt," March 1962
17.42
Report 19, "The Swiss Cold War: 1576-1585," May 1962
17.43
Report 20, "China and Tibet: 776-785, A case of graduated reciprocation in tension reduction," June 1962
17.44
Report 21, "European deterrence 1376-1385: The hundred years war," June 1962
17.45
Report 22, "Deterrence failure, Defense success: China versus the Tanguts, 1076-1085," June 1962
17.46
Report 23, "The uneasy truce: Rome versus Parthia 25-16 BCE," February 1963
17.47
Report 24, "Confusion in Novgorod: Russia 1476-1485," March 1963
17.48
Report 25, "The inevitable war: Rome versus Carthage, 225-216 BCE," April 1963
17.49
Report 26, "The continuing struggle: Europe, 576-585," May 1963
17.50
Report 27, "The climax of the border war: Han versus Hun, 125-116 BCE," June 1963
17.51
Report 28, "European deterrence 1776-1785: Internal revolt and foreign war," July 1963
17.52
Report 29, "Deterrence theory and historical verification," August 1963
17.53
Report 30, "The golden sword: The Swiss Cantons and Charles the Bold, Duke of Burgundy, 1476-1485," September 1963
17.54
Report 31, "Byzantine distraction: The Caliphate versus the Byzantine empire, 776-785," April 1964
17.55
Report 32, "A lull on the northern marches: The Chinese versus the Huns, 25-16 BCE," November 1963
17.56
Report 33, "Theoretical Results," February 1964; includes notes and memorandum
17.57
Report 34, "Method of study," June 1964
17.58
Final Report, September 1961
VI    The moral order: An introduction to the human situation, 1970-1985

Arranged in four subseries: Administrative Files, Research Files, Drafts, and Typescripts.

VI.A    Administrative Files, 1973-1985
Box-folder Contents
18.1
Moral Order feedback, 1981-1985
18.2
Technical Policies by SAGE Publications, 1980
18.3
Notes on producing Moral Order bibliography, HRAFCOMP, 1982
18.4
Correspondence, 1973-1980
18.5
Drafts of chapter outlines, 1975
18.6
Reviewers of Moral Order, Correspondence, 1975-1979
18.7
Moral Order Administration, 1980-1981
18.8
[Jenny] Walry's review of The Moral Order, 1984-1985; includes correspondence
18.9
[Rik] Pinxten's review of The Moral Order, 1984-1985; includes correspondence
VI.B    Research Files, 1970-1983
Box-folder Contents
18.10
How to keep your family out of trouble, undated; includes notes and plans
18.11
Settlement planning, 1972, 1975, 1979-1980
18.12
Quality of Life course notebook, 1975
18.13
Society, stress, and disease, 1970, 1972
18.14
What Should We Do Next?, 1971-1981
18.15
Chapter 13, Old People material, 1976-1980
18.16
Chapter 14, Men and Women material, 1973, 1978
18.17
Chapter 15, Divorce materials, 1978-1981; includes notes and correspondence
18.18-18.19
Notes to Chapters, circa 1982
18.20-18.21
The rise of world order, 1971-1980
18.22
Wheels within wheels, 1975-1983
18.23
Warfare, 1976-1977, 1980
18.24
Warfare, Notes, 1976
18.25
Warfare, The fate of the Moriori tribe, 1979-1981
18.26
Civil strife, 1971-1972, 1974-1983
19.1
References, The Moral Order, 1976
19.2
Indexing Moral Order, 1980
19.3
Development and Literacy, 1970-1982
19.4
Steps 3, 4 and 5, 1975-1976, 1980-1981
19.5
Moralnet Theory, 1983
19.6
Mental Illness, 1983
19.7
Alcoholism, 1983
19.8-19.9
Moral banding study, undated
19.10
Suicide, 1983
19.11
Child Abuse, 1982
19.12
Adolescents, 1982
19.13
Old People, 1977
19.14
Women's Place, 1983
19.15
Divorce, 1976, 1982
19.16
The coming moral order, 1982-1983
19.17
Moral Order bibliography, 1983
19.18
Human Situation Preparation: Volume I, The Moral Order, Chapter 1 outlines, 1976-1978, 1980-1982
19.19
Human Situation Preparation: Volume I, The Moral Order, Chapter 2 and 3 outlines, 1976-1973
19.20
Celia Ehrlich critique of Moral Order, draft, 1981
19.21
Notes on Nisbett and Ross, Intuitive Vallacies, 1981
19.22
Comments on 1979 Draft of Moral Order, 1980-1979
19.23
United Nations data, 1974-1977
VI.C    Drafts, 1972-1983
Box-folder Contents
19.24-20.1
Enid Margolis' editing, Chapter 1-16 1979-1982 [4 folders]
20.2
Notes for introduction, 1973, 1975, 1978-1981
20.3
Chapter 1, Draft, The newer anthropology and the three sisters, undated
20.4
Chapter 2, Draft, Culture values and concepts, undated
20.5
Chapter 3, Draft, Toward a core value system, undated
20.6
Notes for Chapter 3, Check Scoreboards, 1977-1981
20.7
Chapter 4, Draft, Scientific method in anthropology
20.8
Notes for Chapter 4, Scientific method in anthropology, 1977-1981
20.9
Notes for Chapter 5, Worldwide theory tests, 1972-1975
20.10
Chapter 6, Cybernetic Model of the Mind, 1977-1981; includes draft
20.11
Notes for Chapter 6, A new model of the mind, 1973-1980
20.12
Chapter 7, Mental Illness, 1981; includes draft
20.13
Chapter 8, Hard drinkers, undated
20.14
Chapter 10, The Family, 1983
20.15
Chapter 11, Child Abuse, undated
20.16
Chapter 12, Youth
20.17
Chapter 13, Old People; includes draft
20.18
Chapter 14, Men and Women; includes draft
20.19
Chapter 15, Sex Life
20.20
Chapter 16, Model of a moral order
20.21
Warfare, Draft, 1976
20.22
Moral order plates, undated
20.23
Preliminary draft glossary, 1979
21.1
The coming moral order, 1975-1981
21.2
Appendices, 1982
21.3
Scoreboards, 1982
VI.D    Typescripts, 1977-1983
Box-folder Contents
21.4
Preface, 1980
21.5
"Front matter," 1982
21.6
"Foreword," 1982
21.7
Chapter 1, Introduction, 1982
21.8
Chapter 2, The Five Steps of Socionomics
21.9
Chapter 3, Step Two, Check Scoreboards, 1982
21.10
Chapter 4, Step Three, Review Theory Tests, 1982
21.11
Chapter 5, Steps 4 and 5: Plan and cope, 1982
21.12
Chapter 6, Part II: Moralnets and social ills, certain normative reference groups, Here called moralnets, 1982
21.13
Chapter 7, Mental Illness, 1982
21.14
Chapter 8, Alcohol Use and Abuse, 1982
21.15
Chapter 9, Suicide, 1982
21.16
Chapter 10, The Family, 1982
21.17
Chapter 11, Child Abuse, 1982
21.18
Chapter 12, Youth Stress, 1982
21.19
Chapter 13, Old people, 1982
21.20
Chapter 14, Men and women, 1982
21.21
Chapter 15, The Home, 1982
21.22
Chapter 16, Toward a worldwide moral order, 1982
21.23
Afterword, circa 1982
21.24
Glossary, 1982
21.25-21.26
Tables, 1982
2.27-21.28
Bibliography, 1982
21.29
Figures, 1982, 1979
21.30
Acknowledgements, 1977, 1980, 1983
VII     The Human Situation, Volume II: Painful Progress, unpublished, 1965-1985

Naroll planned three volumes for his work the ' Human Situation'. Volume II was to be called Painful Progress. Subseries A of this series includes mostly planning materials. Of interest in this series is an outline for Volume III: Travail. Subseries B and C contain research notes and early drafts.

Organized in 3 series: Human Situation-General, Research Files and Drafts.

VII.A    Human Situation- General, 1969-1985
Box-folder Contents
21.31-21.34
Control Plan, 1969, 1970-1985; includes bibliographies, outline, checklists, and meeting notes
22.1
Check Lists, 1971-1972
22.2
Forms, 1972-1973, 1981
22.3-22.4
Human Situation Indicators I and II, 1973-1982
22.5
Notes, 1976; contains notes for volumes I-III
22.6
Human Situation HRAFCOMP, 1976, 1979
22.7
Volume III: Travail, incomplete outline, 1977
22.8
Human Situation Codebook data, 1976, 1980-1981; includes appendices and bibliographic coding plan
22.9
Comments, 1979-1980
22.10
Filing Work, 1983-1985
22.11
Corkboard planning, April 1985
22.12
The Relaxation Work Plan, 1985
22.13
Chinese characters, undated
39
Human Situation Card Files; includes I. Moral Order, I.1 Newer Anthropology, I.2 Culture, I.3 Core Value System, I.4 Scientific Method, I.5 Tylors, I.6 Model of the Mind, I.7 The Moral Band, I.8 Alcoholism, 1.9 Suicide, I.10 The Family, I.11 Child Abuse I.12 Adolescents, I.13 Old People, I.14 Women’s Place, I.15 Divorce, II. Progress, II.1 Newer Apy & Progress, II.2 Servos, II.3 Darwins, II.4 Snowballs, II.5 Biological Progress, II.6 Linguistic Progress, II.7 Material Progress, II.8 Social Progress, II.9 Progress & Stability, III. Travail, III.1 Newer Apy & Travail, III.2 Development, III.3 Exchange Systems, III.4 Income Sharing, III.5 World Order, III.6 Civil Strife, III.7 Welfare, III.8 Wheels in Wheels, III.9 What Next, III.10 Prospects, Meters, Servos, Darwins, Clots, HG Method, Other Method, Dead Section File
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22.14
Columbia University Press, Correspondence, 1968-1979
22.15
C. V. Mosby Publishing, Correspondence, 1971-1974
22.16
McGraw Hill Book Company, Correspondence, 1972-1973
22.17
Oxford University Press, Correspondence and Notes, 1972-1975
22.18
Publishing Negotiations, Miscellaneous, 1970-1979
VII.B    Painful Progress Research Files, 1965-1985
Alphabetical
Box-folder Contents
22.19
Bibliography selections for Painful Progress, July 1984
22.20-22.21
Blind variation and selective retention, materials for Chapter 8 of Painful Progress, 1970-1972, 1974
22.22
Celia [Ehrlich]'s coding work, 1983
22.23
Celia [Ehrlich]'s progressive evolution data, 1984
22.24
Celia [Ehrlich]'s on correlations and animal classification, 1982, 1984
22.25
Celia [Ehrlich]'s work, servo chapter, 1985
22.26
Cultural Evolution of Servos, 1985
22.27
Ecology, as component of Biological Progress, 1969-1973, 1976
22.28
Enid [Margolis]'s arms race report, 1985
22.29
Enid [Margolis]'s social servos, 1985
22.30
Estimate of Human Situation, April 1985
22.31
Evolution notes, 1978, 1980-1982; includes figures and correspondence
22.32
Exact Test of "S," significance of gamma and the ordinal matrix, 1975
22.33
Exchange systems, 1971-1983
22.34
Hays seminar on cognitive structures, 1976
22.35
Income sharing, 1970-1973, 1976, 1980-1983
22.36
Index to k84's, many-key multivariate analyses, correlations and factor analyses, 1975
22.37
Interstellar communication, circa 1965
22.38
Mankind, Notes, 1970-1971
22.39
Mankind, Table of Contents, undated
22.40
Mankind, Treatment, undated
22.41
Material progress, 1971, 1977-1978
23.1
The McKinsey Model, 1983
23.2
Model variation theory, 1980-1981
23.3
Most extreme case, notes, 1973
23.4
Natural selection processes in cultural evolution, working papers, 1985
23.5-23.6
Notes, 1971
23.7
Notes on Preface, 1971
23.8
"Notes on Holesovsky, Vaclav, Economic Systems, Analysis and Comparison," 1977
23.9
Outline of Cultural Materials (OCM), Trait Data, 1973
23.10
Outline of World Cultures (OWC), Selected Traits, circa 1973
23.11
Rise of Man, Notes, 1967
23.12
Self-reinforcing processes in cultural evolution, 1985
23.13
Science, "The Origin of Man," January 23, 1981, Volume 211, No. 4479
23.14
Short outline, March 1984
23.15
Social progress
23.16
The two-hundred year cycle, 1965-1969; includes memorandum and draft
VII.C    Drafts, 1969-1985
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23.17
Painful Progress text, draft, 1984
23.18
Acknowledgements, 1982
23.19
Concordance of the Ethnographic Atlas with the Outline of World Cultures," 1969
23.20
Introduction, 1979-1982; includes notes
23.21-23.22
Chapter 2, Culture: Values and concepts, 1979-1985
23.23
Chapter 3, Social servomechanisms called Servos, circa 1983
23.24
Chapter 3, Natural selection arenas called Darwins, circa 1983
23.25
Chapter 4, Accumulation Processes called Snowballs, 1976-1984
23.26-23.27
Chapter 5, Biological Progress, 1969-1973, 1976, 1979; includes chronological tables
24.1-24.2
Chapter 6, Linguistic Progress, 1974, 1977, 1980; includes index cards
24.3
Conclusion, 1979-1983
24.4
Figures, Painful Progress, undated
24.5-24.6
Tables, Painful Progress, undated
24.7
Appendix A-D, Figure A1, 1983, undated
24.8-24.11
Bibliographies, 1984; includes topic bibliographies
VIII    Other Writings, 1941-1985

Arranged in five subseries: Other Books and Monographs, Articles, Book Reviews, Article Reprints, and Fragments.

VIII.A     Other Books and Monographs, 1965-1977
Arranged in three sections: Main Currents in Cultural Anthropology, Imperial Cycles and World Order, and HRAFLIB.
Box-folder Contents
24.12
Author rejections, 1969
24.13
Correspondence with contributors, 1973-1969
24.14
Notes, Thwarting Disorientation and Suicide: A Cross-Cultural Survey, 1963-1965
24.15
Darnell, Regna, Review: Main Currents in Cultural Anthropology, 1973, American Anthropologist reprint Vol. 78, No. 2, June 1976
24.16
Main Currents, Notes, undated
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24.17
Imperial Cycles and World Order, 1966; includes draft, reprint, correspondence, and sampling data
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24.18
HRAFLIB, Parts 1 and 2, 1977
VIII.B    Articles, 1951-1985
Subseries B, Articles includes journal articles, letters to editors, comments, forewords, and such writings that are not books. Included with each particular article may be related notes, drafts and correspondence with the publisher of the article as well as correspondence with co-authors when applicable.
Articles in this sub/series are arranged chronologically.
Box-folder Contents
24.19
Sheridan at Cedar Creek: A Reappraisal, correspondence, Military Affairs, Vol. XVI, No. 4, February 1951-July 1953
24.20
The Principle of Allometry in Biology and the Social Sciences, correspondence, June1955-July1957
24.21
Controlling Data Quality, 1960-1961
24.22
Position of women in childbirth, 1961
24.23
The Activity Bias of Ethnography: A reply to Hugo Englemann, 1961
24.24
Floor area and settlement population, 1961
24.25
Social development of a Tyrolean village, 1959, 1962
24.26
On bias of exotic data, 1961-1962
24.27
How Russians Think, 1961-1962
24.28
Tyrolean military spirit, 1962-1963
24.29
Cycles of consolidation and disintegration among Eurasian Empires- A preliminary sketch, circa 1963
24.30
Some thoughts on the comparative method in cultural anthropology, 1963
25.1
UNESCO Dictionary of Social Science, definitions, 1957-1959, 1964
25.2-25.4
War, Peaceful Intercourse and Territorial Change, Working Papers, 1961-1964, 1967
25.5-25.6
On ethnic unit classification, 1964-1963
25.7
Sobre el methodo comparative, 1964
25.8
Pruitt Snyder paper, 1964-1966
25.9
Comment, "Friends and allies", Athens News, 1966
25.10
Causal analysis in cross-cultural surveys, 1967
25.11
Who the Lue are, 1967
25.12
Native names and Ward Goodenaugh's rule, 1967
25.13
Proposal HRAF probability sample, 1967
25.14
Child training of Tyrolean, 1960, 1968
25.15
Cultural determinants and the conclusion of a sick society, 1968-1969
25.16
Critique of Graves, Graves and Korbin, Current Anthropologist, 1968
25.17
Cross-Historical Pilot Survey, 1968; includes notes
25.18
Comment on Richard Chaney and Ruiz Revilla, 1969
25.19
The causes of the fourth Iroquois War, 1969-1970
25.20
A Comparative Study of Interethnic Relations: Switzerland, Belgium and Canada, Preliminary Draft, 1969-1970
25.21-25.22
What Have We Learned from Cross-Cultural Surveys?, American Anthropologist, 1967-1970
25.23
Standard ethnographic sample, 1967-1970
25.24
Comments on classified military research in universities, 1970
25.25
Comment on Greenbaum, 1970
25.26-25.27
Color term salience, 1970-1971; includes working papers
25.28
Creativity: A cross-history pilot survey, 1971
25.29
Foreword to Alice Schlegel's book, 1971
25.30
Human Relations Area Files (HRAF) Index, 1970-1972
25.31
Comments on Berta Stjernquist, "Analysis of Prehistoric Society," 1972
25.32
Maximum settlement size (with Enid Margolis), 1972
25.33
Reply to Handbook of Cultural Anthropology (HNCA) critics, 1972-1973
25.34
The double language boundary in cross-cultural studies, 1970, 1973
25.35
Galton's problem in cross-national surveys with R. Hildret, 1970, 1973
26.1-26.5
Standard ethnographic sample, 1st and 2nd Editions, 1970-1973; includes working papers and correspondence
26.6
Hologeistic theory testing (with G. Michik and Frada Naroll), 1972-1973
26.7
The use of ordinal statistics in casual analysis of correlations, 1971-1974
26.8
"A note on cross-cultural survey method" in Francis Hsu's volume, 1971, 1973-1974
26.9
An exact test of significance, 1973-1974
26.10
Comment of C. J.J. Vermeulen & A. de Rujiter, 1974
26.11
Natural selection and cultural evolution, warfare vs. peaceful difference, co-author William T. Divale, 1974
26.12
A hologeistic bibliography, 1974-1975
26.13-26.14
Holonational bibliography: First supplement (L. Sigelman), 1973-1975
26.15
Comment on Strauss and Orans, 1975
26.16
Does Deterrence Deter?, 1975
26.17
Primacy, Who Invented the Compass? Who Discovered America?, 1975
26.18
Comment, George Peter Murdock and Douglas R. White" Interdependence alignment of ethnography atlas culture clusters," with Colin Loftin, Robert H. Hill and Enid Margolis, 1974-1976
26.19
Borrowing vs. migration, with Rolf Wirsing, 1975-1976
26.20
Foreword to governments under fire, 1975-1976
26.21-26.23
Galton's Problem and HRAF, 1975-1976; includes administrative plans, drafts and notes
26.24
Apologies to Keith Otterbein, 1976
26.25-26.26
Guide to Holocultural Theory, 1969, 1976
27.1
Reply to Strauss and Orans, Behavioral Science Research, 1976
27.2
Towards a Global monitoring system, 1976
27.3
Comment on Jerry Moles, "Standardization and Measurement in Cultural Anthropology: A Neglected Area," 1977
27.4
Comment, On Alan Lomax and Conrad M. Arensberg's evolutionary classification, 1977
27.5
Cost effective research vs. safer research: a reply to George Murdock, 1977
27.6
Guidelines for holocultural research, with Ronald P. Rohner et al., 1977
27.7
"HRAF: Resource for Tests of Conflict Theories," Journal of Conflict Resolution, 1977-1978
27.8
Comment, On scale and social relations, 1978
27.9
Worldwide theory testing: A supplementary note, 1978; includes book review of Worldwide Theory Testing ( 1976)
27.10
Holocultural research methods, Harry C. Triandis volume, with G. Michik and Frada Naroll, 1973, 1975, 1978-1979
27.11
Cause and effect as servo elements, 1976, 1978-1979
27.12
Doing what comes scientifically, 1978-1979
27.13
Comment on Strauss and Orans, 1979
27.14
On snowballs, A positive feedback process, 1979
27.15
Resources for social psychology, 1979
27.16
Breakpoint modification, 1980
27.17
Comment on Ronald Cohen, evolutionary epistemology, 1980-1981
27.18
David Hays, cognitive structures: a cybernetic model of the mind, 1981
27.19
Civilization, a definition set, 1981, 1985
27.20
Comments on Charles C. Kolb, 1985
27.21
On the Dominant Cultural Interest of Yahgans, undated
27.22
Comment, Galton's problem, undated
27.23
A note on the term "Hologeistic," undated
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27.24
Author rejections, 1975
27.25
Author correspondence, 1975-1977
27.26
Correspondence with publishers, 1975-1977
27.27
Memorandum to contributors, 1976-1977
Box-folder Contents
27.28-27.31
Working papers, Ethnic groups, Theory and Method, 1953-1956
27.32
Draft, A Preliminary Index of Social Development, 1956
27.33
Correspondence, 195X-1960
Box-folder Contents
27.34
Codings, January-April, 1971
27.35
Revised draft, April, June 1971
27.36
Deleted material from 1975 manuscript
27.37
Modes of exchange, wealth concentration and cultural evolution, Draft, 1975
27.38
Modes of exchange, wealth concentration and cultural evolution, Enid's copy, 1975
27.39
Wealth accumulation and social development, 1975
27.40
Wealth accumulation computer programming, 1975-1976
27.41
Modes of exchange, Correspondence, 1976
28.1-28.3
Modes of exchange, wealth concentration and cultural evolution, Working Papers, 1970-1977
28.4
Notes on authors, undated
VIII.C     Book Reviews, 1956-1970
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28.5
Review of Rushton Coulborn, Feudalism in History, 1956
28.5
Review of Marshall D. Sahlins and Elman R. Service, Evolution and Culture, 1960
28.5
Review of John G. Peatman, Introduction to applied statistics, 1963
28.6
Review of Harrison C. White, An anatomy of kinship: mathematical models for structure of cumulated roles, 1964
28.5
Review of T.J. Fararo and Morris H. Sunshine, A study of a biased friendship net, 1964
28.5
Review of L.T. Hobhouse, G.C. Wheeler and M. Ginsburg, The material culture and social institutions of the simpler peoples: An essay in correlation, 1965
28.7
Review of Robert F. Spencer and Elden Johnson, Atlas for anthropology, 1969
28.9
Review of Alan Lomax, Folk song style and culture, 1969
28.10
Review of R.I. Carneiro, The evolution of society: Selections from Herbert Spencer's "Principles of Sociology", 1970
28.11
Review of Amitai Etzione and Frederic Dubow, Comparative Perspectives: Theories and Methods, 1970
28.12
Review of Morris Frellich, Marginal natives: Anthropologists at work, 1970
28.13
Review of Denton E. Morrison and Ramon E. Henkel, Significance test controversy: A reader, 1970
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28.14
Review of Michael Banton, Social anthropology of complex societies, 1966
28.15
Review of Jeremy Boissevain, Saint and Fireworks, 1966
28.16
Review of Stephen P. and Ethel Dunn, Peasants of Central Russia, 1967
VIII.D    Article Reprints, 1950-1985
Scope and content: Article reprints are reprints only. Articles with included research materials, drafts, notes, and correspondence are located in Series VIII- Subseries B. Articles.
Subseries D. Article Reprints is organized by subjects, then chronologically. Article Reprints in this subseries are organized into subjects: Comparative Method, Cross-Cultural Surveys, Cross-Historical Surveys, Cross- National Surveys, Ethnographic Studies, Other Studies, Comments, Book Reviews, Miscellaneous Articles and Book Chapters.
Box-folder Contents
28.17
A Draft Map of the Culture Areas of Asia, 1950
28.17
Controlling Data Quality, 1960
28.17
Position of Women in Childbirth [with Forrest Howard, MD and Frada Naroll], 1961
28.17
Two Solutions to Galton's Problem, 1961
28.17
Two Stratified Random Samples for a Cross-Cultural Survey, 1961
28.17
On Bias of Exotic Data [with Frada Naroll], 1963
28.17
Two Further Solutions to Galton's Problem [with Roy G. D'Andrade], 1963
28.17
A Fifth Solution to Galton's Problem, 1964
28.17
On Ethnic Unit Classification, 1964
28.18
Sobre el Método Comparativo de la Antropología Cultural, 1964
28.18
Galton's Problem: The Logic of Cross-Cultural Analysis, 1965
28.18
Native Concepts and Cross-Cultural Surveys, 1967
28.18
The Proposal HRAF Probability Sample, 1967
28.18
Some Thoughts on Comparative Method in Cultural Anthropology, 1968
28.18
A Standard Ethnographic Sample: Preliminary Edition [with Winston Alnot, Janice Caplan, Judith F. Hansen, Jeanne Maxant, and Nancy Schmidt], 1970
28.18
The Double Language Boundary in Cross-Cultural in Cross-Cultural Surveys, 1971
28.18
Psychological Anthropology, The Mutual Methodological Relevance of Anthropology and Psychology [with Francis L.K. Hsu], 1972
28.18
A Standard Ethnographic Sample: Second Edition [with Richard G. Sipes], 1973
28.18
Comparative Studies, 1974
28.19
Hologeistic Theory Testing [with Gary Michik and Frada Naroll], 1974
28.19
Galton's Problem and HRAFLIB, 1976
28.19
Holocultural Research Methods: An Overview [with Gary Michik and Frada Naroll], 1980
28.19
Handbook of Cross-Cultural Psychology-Methodology, Vol. 2 [with Harry C. Triandis and John W. Berry], 1980
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28.20
A Preliminary Index of Social Development, HRAF, 1956
28.20
Revue de Psychologie des Peuples: Projet d'un index de la pression culturelle, 1961
28.20
Floor Area and Settlement Population, 1962
28.20
Does Military Deterrence Deter? 1966
28.20
Culture Determinants and the Concept of the Sick Society, 1969
28.20
What Have We Learned From Cross-Cultural Surveys? 1970
28.20
Color Term Salience [with David G. Hayes, Enid Margolis, Dale Revere Perkins], 1972
28.20
Maximum Settlement Size: A Compilation [with Enid Margolis], 1974
28.20
Natural Selection in Cultural Evolution: Warfare Versus Peaceful Diffusion [with William Tulio Divale], 1976
28.20
Borrowing Versus Migration as Selection Factors in Cultural Evolution [with Rolf Wirsing], 1976
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28.21
Imperial Cycle and World Order, 1967
28.21
Chapter 4: A Possible Cross-Historical Survey of Active and Passive Defense, 1969
28.21
Theory and Research on the Causes of War, "Deterrence in History," [Dean Pruitt and Richard Snyder eds.], 1969
28.21
Creativity: A Cross-Historical Pilot Survey [with E.C. Benjamin, F.K. Fohl, M.J. Fried, R.E. Hildreth and J.M. Schaefer], 1971
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28.22
The Principle of Allometry in Biology and the Social Science [with Ludwig von Bertalanffy], 1956
28.22
A Holonational Bibliography, 1972
28.22
Holonational Bibliography- First Supplement [with Lee Sigelman], 1974
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28.23
Iran, Country Survey Series, Human Relations Area Files, 1957
28.23
German Kinship Terms, 1958
28.23
How Russians Think, undated
28.23
Social Development of Tyrolean Village, 1962
28.23
Some Problems for Research in Switzerland, 1963
28.23
The Causes of the Fourth Iroquois War, 1969
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28.24
Sheridan and Cedar Creek- A Reappraisal, 1952
28.24
Lincoln and the Sherman Fiasco- Another Table?, 1954
28.24
An Exact Test of Significance for Goodman and Kruskal's Gamma, 1974
28.24
A Hologeistic Bibliography [with Tim J. O'Leary and Lee Sigelman], 1974
28.24
A Cybernetic Model of the Mind, 1981
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28.25
Historians and "Laws" of History, 1953
28.25
The Activity Bias of Ethnography, 1962
28.25
Some Recent Work on Cross-Cultural Methodology, 1963
28.25
In Support of a Continent-Wide Study of Trait Diffusion, 1965
28.25
Friends and Allies, 1966
28.25
Scientific, Comparative, Political, and International Relations, 1966
28.25
Military Research in Universities, 1969
28.25
Chaney and Ruiz Revilla: Sampling Methods Comments, 1970
28.25
Index to the Human Relations Area Files, Introduction [with Donald Morrison], 1972
28.25
Male Dominance and Female Autonomy: Domestic Authority in Multilineal Societies, A Foreword, 1972
28.25
Comments on Archeological Analysis of Prehistoric Society, 1972
28.25
A Handbook of Method in Cultural Anthropology, [with Ronald Cohen], 1973
28.25
HRAF: The Way Forward, 1973
28.25
Reply to "On the Standard Ethnographic Sample," 1973
28.25
Reply to "More on the Standard Ethnographic Sample," [with Harold Zucker], 1974
28.25
Studies on HRAF's Reliability, 1974
28.25
The Use of Ordinal Statistics in Causal Analysis of Correlations, 1974
28.25
Comment on Vermeules and de Ruitjer, 1974
28.25
Might Sifts: A Critical Appraisal of Solutions to Galton's Problem and a Partial Solution, [with David J. Strauss and Martin Orans], 1975
28.25
HRAFLIB: A Computer Program Library for Hologeistic Research [with Gary Michik], 1975
28.25
Murdock-White Interdependence Alignment of Ethnographic Atlas Culture Clusters [with Colin Loftin, Robert Hill, and Enid Margolis], 1976
28.25
Governments Under Fire: Civil Conflict and Imperialism, A Foreword, 1977
28.25
Comments on Moles: Standardization and Measurement, 1977
28.25
Cost-Effective Research Versus Safer Research: A Reply to Murdock, 1977
28.25
Comments About Strauss and Orans, 1978
28.25
On Lomax and Arensberg's Evolutionary Classification, 1978
28.25
Worldwide Theory Testing: A Supplementary Note, 1978
28.25
Doing What Comes Scientifically, 1978
28.25
Human Relations Area Files: Resources for Social Psychiatry [with David Levinson], 1979
28.25
More on Scale and Social Relations, 1978
28.25
A Guide to Social Theory: Worldwide Cross-Cultural Tests, 1979
28.25
Peace Research: On Snowballs, 1980
28.25
Breakpoint Modifications, 1980
28.25
Comments on Cohen's Discussion, 1980