William Divale - Select Publications

Select Publications

Vadim Moldovan, Ph.D., William Divale, Ph.D., Constantin Turcan, M.D., Anatol Carpa, M.D., Anatol Nacu, PhD./M.D., Alexander Socrovisciuc, M.D., Vladimir Sterpu, M.D./Ph.D., Virginia Fauras, M.D., Vadim Aftene, M.D., Daniel Paladiciuc, M.D., Ludmila Petrova, M.D., Maria Victoria Cardona-Divale, M.A., E. Ed. (2008) Services for the Chronically Mentally Ill in Moldova: A Struggle to Survive. The International Journal of Mental Health, Vol. 36, No. 4. 46-56

Sonjia Kenya, Robert Fullilove, John Allegrante, William Divale, and Mitchell Brodsky 2003 Effects of Immigration on Select Risk Behaviors of Black College Students. Journal of American College Health 52(3): 113-120

Daria Khaltourina, Andrey Korotayev & William Divale 2002 A Corrected Version of the Standard Cross-Cultural Sample Database. World Cultures 13(1): 62-98

Julie Ann Kishna and William Divale 2001 Internet Survey on the Effects of Immigration and Saturated Fat and Cholesterol Intake of Guyanese. World Cultures 12(2):153-178

Divale, William 2001 Codes on Highest Number Counted for the Standard Sample. World Cultures, 12(1):98-103

Divale, William and Albert Seda 2000 Modernization as Changes in Cultural Complexity: New Cross-Cultural Measurements. Journal of Cross-Cultural Research. Vol. 34(3).

2000 Cross-Cultural Codes on Modernization. World Cultures 11(2): 152-170

Wm. Divale 1999 Climatic Instability, Food Storage, and the Development of Numerical Counting: A Cross-Cultural Study. Journal of Cross-Cultural Research. 33(4),341-368

Wm. Divale and Albert Seda. 1999 Codes on Gossip for Societies in the Standard Sample. World Cultures: Journal of Comparative and Cross-Cultural Research. Vol 10(1):7-22.

Wm. Divale, Noelle Abrams, Jennifer Barzola, Estelle Harris, and Fred-Michael Henry. 1998 Sleeping Arrangements of Children and Adolescents: SCCS Sample Codes. World Cultures: Journal of Comparative and Cross-Cultural Research. World Cultures 9, 3-12.

Wm. Divale and Stanley R. Witkowski 1996 Kin Groups, Residence, and Descent. In Encyclopedia of Cultural Anthropology. 3:673-679. New York: Henry Holt and Company.

Wm. Divale 1995 Cold Symptoms and Emotional Dissatisfaction Among Rural/Urban and Culturally Diverse High School Students. Journal Of Cross-Cultural Research. 29(1):27-42.

1984 Matrilocal Residence In Pre-Literate Societies. Ann Arbor: UMI Research Press.

Wm. Divale and Marvin Harris 1978 The Male Supremacist Complex: Discovery of a Cultural Invention. American Anthropologist 80(3):668-671.

Wm. Divale, Marvin Harris, and Donald T. Williams 1978 On the Mis-Use of Statistics: A Reply to Hirschfield et al. American Anthropologist 80(2):379-386.

R. Rohner, R. Naroll, H. Barry, Wm. Divale et al. 1978 Guidelines for Holocultural Research. Current Anthropology 19(1):128-129.

Wm. Divale and Marvin Harris 1978 Reply to Lancaster and Lancaster. American Anthropologist 80(1):117-118.

Wm. Divale and Clifford Zipin 1977 Hunting and the Development of Sign Language: A Cross-Cultural Test. Journal of Anthropological Research 33(2):185-201.

Wm. Divale 1977 Living Floor Area and Marital Residence: A Replication. Behavior Science Research 12:109-115.

1977 From Correlations to Causes: A New and Simple Method for Causal Analysis in Cross-Cultural Research. Annals Of The New York Academy Of Sciences vol.285:66-74. Volume titled: "Issues in Cross-Cultural Research," Leonore Loeb Adler, ed.

1977 A Cross-Cultural Test of Stratification versus Alliance Theory. Current Anthropology 18:451-453.

1976 Female Status and Cultural Evolution: A Study in Ethnographer Bias. Behavior Science Research 11:169-211.

Wm. Divale and Marvin Harris 1976 Population, Warfare, and the Male Supremacist Complex. American Anthropologist 78:521-538.

Wm. Divale 1976 Newspapers: Some Guidelines for Communicating Anthropology. Human Organization 35:183-191.

Raoul Naroll and Wm. Divale 1976 Natural Selection in Cultural Evolution: Warfare versus Peaceful Diffusion. American Ethnologist 3:97-128.

Wm. Divale, F. Chamberis, and D. Gangloff 1976 War, Peace and Marital Residence in Pre-Industrial Societies. Journal Of Conflict Resolution 20:57-78.

Wm. Divale 1976 Using Date of European Contact for Time-Lagged Variables in Cross-Cultural Surveys. Behavior Science Research 11:30-55. HRAF Cross-Cultural Research Award, 1975.

1975 An Explanation for Matrilocal Residence. In, Being Female: Reproduction, Power, and Change. Dana Raphael, ed. The Hague: Mouton, pp. 99–108.

1975 Temporal Focus and Random Error in Cross-Cultural Hypothesis Tests. Behavior Science Research 10:19-36

1975 The Causes Of Matrilocal Residence: A Cross-Ethnohistorical Survey. Ann Arbor: University Microfilms, No. 75-7742. Abstracted in Dissertation Abstracts International 35(10):6286-6287.

1974 Migration, External Warfare, and Matrilocal Residence. Behavior Science Research 9:75-133.

1973 Warfare In Primitive Societies: A Bibliography. Santa Barbara and Oxford: ABC-ClioPress. 2nd Revised Edition.

1973 The Cognatic-Affinal Paradox in the Egyptian Myth of Osiris: A Critical Application of the Structural Method. New York Folklore Quarterly 29:287-303.

1973 Science in the News. Saturday Review Of Literature (Sciences) 1(2):56.

1972 Systemic Population Control in the Middle and Upper Paleolithic: Inferences Based on Contemporary Hunter-Gatherers. World Archaeology 4:222-243.

1972 Some Guidelines for Disseminating Anthropology Through Newspapers. Media Anthropologist 1(2):1-2.

1971 Science-Writers and Science Reporting. California Anthropologist 1(2):47-60. California State University at Los Angeles.

1971 Ibo Population Control: The Ecology of Warfare and Social Organization. California Anthropologist 1(1):10-24. California State University at Los Angeles.

1971 Warfare In Primitive Societies: A Selected Bibliography. Los Angeles: Center for the Study of Armament and Disarmament.

1970 An Explanation for Primitive Warfare: Population Control and the Significance of Primitive Sex Ratios. New Scholar 2:172-193.

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