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Published by HRAF Press in New Haven .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Driver, Harold Edson, 1907-,
  • Ethnology,
  • Indians of North America

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographies.

StatementEdited by Joseph G. Jorgensen, with contributions by David F. Aberle [and others]
ContributionsJorgensen, Joseph G., 1934- ed., Aberle, David Friend, 1918-
Classifications
LC ClassificationsGN325 .D74
The Physical Object
Pagination245 p.
Number of Pages245
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5443641M
ISBN 100875361110
LC Control Number73094184

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Joseph G. Jorgensen, ed., Comparative Studies by Harold E. Driver and Essays in his Honor (New Haven: HRAF Press ), , which give a good overview of the problem. For a detailed discussion of some of the methodological issues involved, see James M. Schaefer, ed., Studies in Cultural Diffusion: Galton's Problem (New Haven: HRAF Press ). Joseph G. Jorgensen, ed., Comparative Studies by Harold E. Driver and Essays in his Honor (New Haven: HRAF Press I), , which give a good overview of the problem. For a detailed discussion of some of the methodological issues involved, see James M. Schaefer, ed., Studies in Cultural Diffusion: Galton's Problem (New Haven: HRAF Press I).   In such comparative studies mean differences on these intelligence tests were interpreted as country-level differences in intelligence, sometimes leading to generalizations about racial differences. Hologeistic theory testing. In J. G. Jurgensen (Ed.), Comparative studies by Harold E. Driver & essays in his honor. New Haven: HRAF press. Comparative literature is an interdisciplinary field engaged with the study of global literature or literary output across borders, nations, time periods, genres, forms and themes. It views literary texts as both being the product of a specific language and culture and as a universal phenomenon transcending national and cultural boundaries and.

Harold E. Driver() was a Professor of Anthropology at Indiana University. His field research was concentrated in California and New Mexico. Comparative statistical methodology and culture area classifications were his areas of specialization. A Handbook of Method in Cultural Anthropology (New York: Columbia University Press ), –89; and Naroll, Raoul, Michik, Gary L., and Naroll, Frada, “Hologeistic Theory Testing,” in Jorgensen, Joseph G., ed., Comparative Studies by Harold E. Driver and Essays in his Honor (New Haven: HRAF Press ), –48, which give a good. comparative survey of ethnographic data, done by E. B. Tylor in The standard sample proposed by Murdock and White () follows t he agnostic approach to method and theory proposed by. This article presents continuous comparative analysis as a research method suitable for examining data cross-culturally. In Transcultural Studies in Cognition. A. Kimball Romney and Roy G. D'Andrade, eds. Special Publication of the American In Comparative Studies by Harold E. Driver and Essays in His Honor. J. G. Jorgensen, ed. pp.