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Does economic change stimulate religious transformation, or do new religious ideas inspire economic innovation? Since Marx and Weber, social theorists have considered this question, most often in regard to modern societies. Here, the authors examine archaeological evidence from 40 ancient sites...
This study explored statistical relationships between work values and risk of heart disease. Hofstede assembled a database of 117,000 questionnaires from employees of a multinational company. Country means for these data were compared with Coronary Heart Disease (CHD) mortality data published by...
Across cultures, sexual relations are expected between husbands and wives. This expectation is virtually a constant, a universal. On the other hand, sexual relations between two persons who are not married to each other is much more of a variable across cultures. It is argued that part of the...
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