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The human relations area files and crosscultural CD Enhanced access to selected subjects

The human relations area files and crosscultural CD Enhanced access to selected subjects In the fall of 1989, SilverPlatter and Human Relations Area Files, Inc. began releasing their new series CrossCultural CD, based on a subset of the Human Relations Area Files. The first disk in the anticipated fivedisk series covers the subjects Human Sexuality and Marriage, and represents two of ten proposed topical databases that are scheduled to be released over the next five years. The other eight databases in the series, to be produced on a total of four additional disks, are to be on the following topics Family, Crime and Social Problems, Old Age, Death and Dying, Childhood and Adolescence, Socialization and Education, Religious Beliefs, and Religious Practices. An annual volume of two databases is currently 1,495, and each volume may be purchased separately. The databases will be issued one time only, one every six months, and are not updated. The second disk in each volume replaces the first disk of that volume, and becomes the property of the purchaser. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Reference Services Review Emerald Publishing

The human relations area files and crosscultural CD Enhanced access to selected subjects

Reference Services Review , Volume 19 (1): 14 – Jan 1, 1991

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Emerald Publishing
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Copyright © Emerald Group Publishing Limited
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0090-7324
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10.1108/eb049115
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Abstract

In the fall of 1989, SilverPlatter and Human Relations Area Files, Inc. began releasing their new series CrossCultural CD, based on a subset of the Human Relations Area Files. The first disk in the anticipated fivedisk series covers the subjects Human Sexuality and Marriage, and represents two of ten proposed topical databases that are scheduled to be released over the next five years. The other eight databases in the series, to be produced on a total of four additional disks, are to be on the following topics Family, Crime and Social Problems, Old Age, Death and Dying, Childhood and Adolescence, Socialization and Education, Religious Beliefs, and Religious Practices. An annual volume of two databases is currently 1,495, and each volume may be purchased separately. The databases will be issued one time only, one every six months, and are not updated. The second disk in each volume replaces the first disk of that volume, and becomes the property of the purchaser.

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Reference Services ReviewEmerald Publishing

Published: Jan 1, 1991

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