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The entries to the HRAF increase annually, and subscriptions are bought by institutions on a yearly basis. Second, the behavior patterns involved in a particular subsistence strategy must be analyzed. Cross-references throughout the book to maps located elsewhere encourage students to flip forward and backward in the book. The analysis of the conditions that favor culture transfer and those that impede it is a central problem in the study of culture change.

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