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Encyclopedia of Cultural Anthropology
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Encyclopedia of Food and Culture
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Encyclopedia of Medical Anthropology
Encyclopedia of Social and Cultural Anthropology
Greenwood Encyclopedia of World Folklore and Folklife
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Routledge Encyclopedia of Social and Cultural Anthropology
21st Century Anthropology: A Reference Handbook
Australian People: An Encyclopedia
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Countries and Their Cultures
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Cultural Sociology of the Middle East, Asia, and Africa ONLINE
Encyclopedia of African Peoples
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Greenwood Encyclopedia of Homes Through World History
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Handbook of North American Indians
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Muslim Cultures Today
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eHRAF is the electronic version of the Human Relations Area Files, a very unique resource for anthropology and other fields using cross cultural comparison as a research methodology.
It's not as easy to use as Ebsco or JSTOR, so it may take some time before you get the hang of it. eHRAF lets you look below the article or book level to snippets of information on a particular cultural practice, from many different cultures, at the same time.
The key to using eHRAF is its unique subject-indexing system. Using the subject index, you could find information from different cultures on anything from "Suicide" to "Nuptials" to "Furniture" to "Shipbuilding" to "Brawls, Riots, and Banditry."
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