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  1. "It was thought that highly orgainzed kinship systems would be linked with mild, non-aggressive drunkenness, while loosely structured kinship groupings would be linked with extreme, aggressive drunkenness" (171)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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  2. "Simple political systems . . . link with extreme, aggressive drunkenness, while more complex political systems . . . link with mild, non-aggressive drunkenness"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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  3. "Simple division of labor would link with extreme, aggressive drunkenness, while a complex divison of labor would link with mild, non-aggressive drunkenness" (171)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. "I expected presence of social class distinctions . . . to be linked with mild non-aggressive drunkenness while absence of social class distinctions were expected to be linked with extreme, aggressive drunkenness" (179)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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  5. "People who drink excessively and behave aggressively while drunk have belief systems that tend to be characterized by malicious and unpredictable spirits over which they have little control" (157)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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  6. ". . . 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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  7. "Fraternal interest group theory predicts that patrilocal groups tend to have more in-group aggressiveness (such as brawling) . . . than matrilocal groups" (174)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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  8. ". . . drunkenness . . . correlated [negatively] with [fixed] settlement patterns" (169)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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  9. "The correlations between social complexity and drunkenness are . . . in the predicted [negative] direction" (179)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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  10. "Hunting and gathering societies tend to get into drunken brawls more frequently than other societies" (166)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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