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  1. Extreme, aggressive drunkenness will be associated with simple political systems (291).Schaefer, James Michael - Drunkenness and culture stress: a holocultural test, 1974 - 2 Variables

    This study tests cross-cultural hypotheses that predict the variables that lead to drunkenness. Previous hypotheses are reviewed and retested and control tests attempt to ascertain the adequacy of the cross-cultural method.

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  2. Fearful supernatural beliefs will be correlated with extreme, aggressive drunkenneess (296).Schaefer, James Michael - Drunkenness and culture stress: a holocultural test, 1974 - 2 Variables

    This study tests cross-cultural hypotheses that predict the variables that lead to drunkenness. Previous hypotheses are reviewed and retested and control tests attempt to ascertain the adequacy of the cross-cultural method.

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  3. ". . . families that were predominated by father-son dyad ties, that were characterized by attitudes of continuity and dominance or reespect would be linked with mild non-aggressive drunkenness" (163)Schaefer, James Michael - A hologeistic study of family structure and sentiment, supernatural beliefs,..., 1972 - 2 Variables

    This study tests a broad hypothesis that alcohol is employed to relieve anxiety and feelings of powerlessness. Frequency of drunkenness and drunken brawling were associated with several variables, including supernatural beliefs, political systems, settlement patterns, and division of labor.

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  4. The presence of shaman/healers will be positively associated with a major reliance on agriculture as a food source (328).Winkelman, Michael James - Shamans and other "magico-religious" healers: a cross-cultural study of thei..., 1990 - 2 Variables

    This article examines shamans and other types of magico-religious healers. Agriculture and political integration are suggested to influence the transformation of shamans into shaman/healers, healers, or possession-trance mediums.

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  5. The presence of healers will be positively associated with political integration beyond the community level (328).Winkelman, Michael James - Shamans and other "magico-religious" healers: a cross-cultural study of thei..., 1990 - 2 Variables

    This article examines shamans and other types of magico-religious healers. Agriculture and political integration are suggested to influence the transformation of shamans into shaman/healers, healers, or possession-trance mediums.

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  6. The presence of mediums will be positively associated with political integration beyond the community level (329).Winkelman, Michael James - Shamans and other "magico-religious" healers: a cross-cultural study of thei..., 1990 - 2 Variables

    This article examines shamans and other types of magico-religious healers. Agriculture and political integration are suggested to influence the transformation of shamans into shaman/healers, healers, or possession-trance mediums.

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  7. The presence of priests will be positively associated with political integration and the presence of agriculture (345).Winkelman, Michael James - Shamans and other "magico-religious" healers: a cross-cultural study of thei..., 1990 - 3 Variables

    This article examines shamans and other types of magico-religious healers. Agriculture and political integration are suggested to influence the transformation of shamans into shaman/healers, healers, or possession-trance mediums.

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  8. The presence of shamans will be positively associated with nomadic residency patterns and negatively associated with political integration beyond the local community (319).Winkelman, Michael James - Shamans and other "magico-religious" healers: a cross-cultural study of thei..., 1990 - 3 Variables

    This article examines shamans and other types of magico-religious healers. Agriculture and political integration are suggested to influence the transformation of shamans into shaman/healers, healers, or possession-trance mediums.

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  9. An ordered category of mode of marriage (from gift exchange to dowry) will be associated with general scales of evolution (subisstence type, societal complexity, and settlement pattern).Schaefer, James Michael - Data quality and modes of marriage: some holocultural evidence of systematic..., 1976 - 4 Variables

    Authors explore the problem of data quality control, systematic error and spurious correlations possibly caused by systematic errors in global cross-cultural studies. They offer a solution (the use of control variables investigating potential sources of systematic error) and apply the technique to a cross-cultural study of the substantive correlates of societal organization and modes of marriage.

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  10. Coded data quality control factors will be associated with some aspects of mode of marriage.Schaefer, James Michael - Data quality and modes of marriage: some holocultural evidence of systematic..., 1976 - 14 Variables

    Authors explore the problem of data quality control, systematic error and spurious correlations possibly caused by systematic errors in global cross-cultural studies. They offer a solution (the use of control variables investigating potential sources of systematic error) and apply the technique to a cross-cultural study of the substantive correlates of societal organization and modes of marriage.

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