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Gary M. Feinman, Anthropology, Field Museum, Chicago, Illinois - Archaeology
Lewellyn Hendrix, Sociology, Southern Illinois University at Carbondale
Bobbi Low, Evolutionary Biology, University of Michigan
Peter N. Peregrine, Anthropology, Lawrence University
Douglas Raybeck, Anthropology, Hamilton College - Medical Anthropology, Cognitive Psychology
 Marc H. Ross, Political Science, Bryn Mawr College
Bruce Russett, Political Science, Yale University
Alice Schlegel, Anthropology, University of Arizona
Robert W. Schrauf, Applied Linguistics, Pennsylvania State University
Marshall Segall, Psychology, Syracuse University

Featured International Sociology

CCR article "Horizontal and Vertical Dimensions of Individualism and Collectivism" featured in The New York Times

THEORETICAL IMPLICATIONS OF COMPARATIVE SURVEY RESEARCH: WHY THE WHEEL OF CROSS-CULTURAL METHODOLOGY KEEPS ON BEING REINVENTED Erwin K. Scheuch

Abstract: Reviewing the earlier literature on methodological issues in comparative research, the paper argues that `in terms of methodology in abstracto and on issues of research technology, most of all that needed to be said has already been published'. Yet the actual research falls short of this available knowledge. Famous publications based on comparative research are really promulgators of research artefacts. Three goals are being emphasised: (a) to counteract the tendency to reinvent the methodological wheel; (b) to help with ex post interpretations of data from cross-national research; (c) to use the difficulties and pay-offs in comparisons for substantive insights.

Thus, `Galton's problem' - treating countries as independent cases - forces an evaluation of the pervasiveness of diffusion vs. cultural/national identity. The low stability of many measures requires rethinking the meaning of one-point measurements. Comparative surveys are by implication cross-level research. Therefore, the use of country names as explanans requires theoretical notions about the nation as context for actors and institutions.

Erwin K. Scheuch. 1989. THEORETICAL IMPLICATIONS OF COMPARATIVE SURVEY RESEARCH: WHY THE WHEEL OF CROSS-CULTURAL METHODOLOGY KEEPS ON BEING REINVENTED. International Sociology June 1989 vol. 4 no. 2 147-167. Available at UCSD: Sage

Topic of Rape

  • Ayres,B. 1974. “Bride Theft and Raiding for Wives in Cross-Cultural Perspective.” Anthropological Quarterly 47:238–252
  • Otterbein,K.F.“A Cross-cultural Study of Rape.” Aggressive Behavior 5 (1979):425–435.
  • Palmer, C. T. “Human Rape:Adaptation or By-Product?” The Journal of Sex Research 28 (1991):365–386.
  • Thompson, Melissa Emery. 2009. Human rape: revising evolutionary perspectives. Chapter 14: Sexual Coercion in Primates and Humans: An Evolutionary Perspective on Male Aggression Against Females by Martin N. Muller, Richard Wrangham. Barnes and Noble.
Review of the book: In only a few species do males strategically employ violence to control female sexuality. Why are females routinely abused in some species, but never in others? And can the study of such unpleasant behavior help us to understand the evolution of men's violence against women? The book presents extensive field research and analysis to evaluate sexual coercion in a range of species - including all of the great apes and humans - and to clarify its role in shaping social relationships among males, among females, and between the sexes.
  • Sanday,P.R.“The Socio-Cultural Context of Rape:A Cross-Cultural Study.” Journal ofSocial Issues 37 (1981):5–27.

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CCR Journals Issues

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  • Burton, M. L., & White, D. R. (1991 February) Regional Comparisons, Replications, and Historical Network Analysis. 25 (1-4), 55-78. doi:10.1177/106939719102500104
  • Munroe, R. L., & Munroe, R. H. (1991 February) Results of Comparative Field Studies. 25 (1-4), 23-54. doi:10.1177/106939719102500103
  • Johnson, A., (1991 February) Regional Comparative Field Research. 25 (1-4), 3-22. doi:10.1177/106939719102500102
  • Ember, C. R., (1990 February) Bibliography of Cross-Cultural Research Methods. 24 (1-4), 141-154. doi:10.1177/106939719002400107
  • Levinson, D., (1990 February) Bibliography of Substantive Worldwide Cross-Cultural Studies. 24 (1-4), 105-140. doi:10.1177/106939719002400106
  • Aptekar, L., (1990 February) A Comparison of the Bicoastal Disasters of 1989. 24 (1-4), 73-104. doi:10.1177/106939719002400105
  • Hupka, R. B., & Ryan, J. M. (1990 February) The Cultural Contribution To Jealousy: Cross-Cultural Aggression in Sexual Jealousy Situations. 24 (1-4), 51-71. doi:10.1177/106939719002400104
  • Broude, G. J., (1990 February) The Division of Labor By Sex and Other Gender-Related Variables: an Exploratory Study. 24 (1-4), 29-49. doi:10.1177/106939719002400103
  • Hupka, R. B., & Zaleski, Z. (1990 February) Romantic Jealousy and Romantic Envy in Germany, Poland, and the United States. 24 (1-4), 17-28. doi:10.1177/106939719002400102
  • Schlegel, A., (1989 February) Gender Issues and Cross-Cultural Research. 23 (1-4), 265-280. doi:10.1177/106939718902300107
  • Malpass, R. S., (1990 February) An Excursion Into Utilitarian Analysis. 24 (1-4), 1-15. doi:10.1177/106939719002400101
  • Ericksen, K. P., (1989 February) Male and Female Age Organizations and Secret Societies in Africa. 23 (1-4), 234-264. doi:10.1177/106939718902300106
  • Naroll, M., Naroll, F., & Naroll, R. (1989 February) Women's Occupational Opportunities: a Cross-Cultural Test. 23 (1-4), 205-233. doi:10.1177/106939718902300105
  • Ericksen, K. P., (1989 February) Female Genital Mutilations in Africa. 23 (1-4), 182-204. doi:10.1177/106939718902300104
  • Broude, G. J., (1989 February) Revisiting Status-Envy: Does the Theory Hold Up?. 23 (1-4), 146-181. doi:10.1177/106939718902300103
  • White, D. R., (1989 February) Focused Ethnographic Bibliography: Standard Cross-Cultural Sample. 23 (1-4), 1-145. doi:10.1177/106939718902300102
  • Moore, C. C., (1988 February) An Optimal Scaling of Murdock's Theories of Illness Data—an Approach To the Problem of Interdependence. 22 (1-4), 161-179. doi:10.1177/106939718802200112
  • Rudmin, F. W., (1988 February) Dominance, Social Control, and Ownership : A History and a Cross-Cultural Study of Motivations for Private Property. 22 (1-4), 130-160. doi:10.1177/106939718802200111
  • Ross, M. H., (1988 February) Studying Politics Cross-Culturally: Key Concepts and Issues. 22 (1-4), 105-129. doi:10.1177/106939718802200110
  • Ember, M., (1988 February) The Human Relations Area Files: Past and Future. 22 (1-4), 97-104. doi:10.1177/106939718802200109
  • Sanday, P. R., (1988 February) Toward Thick Comparison and a Theory of Self-Awareness. 22 (1-4), 82-96. doi:10.1177/106939718802200108
  • White, D. R., & Brudner-White, L. A. (1988 February) The Murdock Legacy: the Ethnographic Atlas and the Search for a Method. 22 (1-4), 59-81. doi:10.1177/106939718802200107
  • Jorgensen, J. G., (1988 February) George Peter Murdock's Contributions To the Ethnology of Native North America. 22 (1-4), 50-58. doi:10.1177/106939718802200106
  • Kopytoff, I., (1988 February) George Peter Murdock's Contributions To African Studies. 22 (1-4), 41-49. doi:10.1177/106939718802200105
  • Whiting, J. W. M., Burton, M. L., Romney, A. K., Moore, C. C., & White, D. R. (1988 February) A Reanalysis of Murdock's Model for Social Structure Based On Optimal Scaling. 22 (1-4), 23-40. doi:10.1177/106939718802200104
  • Davenport, W. H., (1988 February) George Peter Murdock's Classification of "Consanguineal Kin Groups". 22 (1-4), 10-22. doi:10.1177/106939718802200103
  • Goodenough, W. H., (1988 February) George Peter Murdock's Contributions To Anthropology: an Overview. 22 (1-4), 1-9. doi:10.1177/106939718802200102
  • Rudmin, F. W., (1988 February) A History and a Cross-Cultural Study of Motivations for Private Property. 22 (1-4), i-xiii. doi:10.1177/106939718802200113
  • Fleising, U., & Goldenberg, S. (1987 February) Ecology, Social Structure, and Blood Feud1. 21 (1-4), 160-181. doi:10.1177/106939718702100107
  • Otterbein, K. F., & LaFlamme, A. (1987 February) A Universe of Neighboring Societies Based Upon the Ethnographic Atlas. 21 (1-4), 141-144. doi:10.1177/106939718702100106
  • Schlegel, A., & Eloul, R. (1987 February) A New Coding of Marriage Transactions. 21 (1-4), 118-140. doi:10.1177/106939718702100105
  • Rozée-Koker, P. D., (1987 February) Cross-Cultural Codes On Seven Types of Rape. 21 (1-4), 101-117. doi:10.1177/106939718702100104
  • Burbank, V. K., (1987 February) Female Aggression in Cross-Cultural Perspective. 21 (1-4), 70-100. doi:10.1177/106939718702100103
  • Broude, G. J., (1987 February) The Relationship of Marital Intimacy and Aloofness To Social Environment: a Hologeistic Study. 21 (1-4), 50-69. doi:10.1177/106939718702100102
  • Brown, B. M., (1987 February) Population Estimation From Floor Area: a Restudy of "Naroll's Constant". 21 (1-4), 1-49. doi:10.1177/106939718702100101
  • Gielen, U. P., (1986 February) Brief Annotated Bibliography on Cognitive Moral Development Theory and Research. 20 (1-4), 226-234. doi:10.1177/106939718602000110
  • Gielen, U. P., Cruickshank, H., Johnston, A. F., Swanzey, B., & Avellani, J. (1986 February) The Development of Moral Reasoning in Belize, Trinidad-Tobago, and the U.S.A. 20 (1-4), 178-207. doi:10.1177/106939718602000108
  • Lind, G., (1986 February) Cultural Differences in Moral Judgment Competence? A Study of West and East European University Students. 20 (1-4), 208-225. doi:10.1177/106939718602000109
  • Moon, Y., (1986 February) A Review of Cross-Cultural Studies on Moral Judgment Development Using the Defining Issues Test. 20 (1-4), 147-177. doi:10.1177/106939718602000107
  • Snarey, J., (1986 February) The Relationship of Social-Moral Development With Cognitive and Ego Development: a Cross-Cultural Study. 20 (1-4), 132-146. doi:10.1177/106939718602000106
  • Helkama, K., & Ikonen, M. (1986 February) Some Correlates of Maturity of Moral Reasoning in Finland. 20 (1-4), 110-131. doi:10.1177/106939718602000105
  • White, C. B., (1986 February) Moral Reasoning in Bahamian and United States Adults and Children: a Cross-Cultural Examination of Kohlberg's Stages. 20 (1-4), 47-70. doi:10.1177/106939718602000103
  • Gielen, U. P., (1986 February) Moral Reasoning in Radical and Non-Radical German Students. 20 (1-4), 71-109. doi:10.1177/106939718602000104
  • Winkelman, M. J., (1986 February) Magico-Religious Practitioner Types and Socioeconomic Conditions. 20 (1-4), 17-46. doi:10.1177/106939718602000102
  • Ember, C. R., (1986 February) The Quality and Quantity of Data for Cross-Cultural Studies'. 20 (1-4), 1-16. doi:10.1177/106939718602000101
  • Bradley, C., (1984 February) The Sexual Division of Labor and the Value of Children. 19 (1-4), 159-185. doi:10.1177/106939718401900106
  • Goldenberg, S., (1984 February) An Empirical Test of Bott's Network Hypotheses, Based on Analysis of Ethnographic Atlas Data. 19 (1-4), 127-158. doi:10.1177/106939718401900105
  • Rosenblatt, P. C., (1984 February) Epsitemology and Ontology in Cross-Cultural Research. 19 (1-4), 112-126. doi:10.1177/106939718401900104
  • Abbink, G. J., (1984 February) A Select Ethnographic Bibliography of Ethiopia 1958-1982. 19 (1-4), 58-111. doi:10.1177/106939718401900103
  • Carroll, M. P., (1984 February) The Trickster-Father Feigns Death and Commits Incest: Some Methodological Contributions to the Study of Myth. 19 (1-4), 24-57. doi:10.1177/106939718401900102

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