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The Cross-cultural survey was founded 1937 by Clellan S. Ford, G. P. Murdock and John W. M. Whiting.

Ford became director in 1946 and under his leadership the Cross-Cultural Survey became the Human Relations Area Files which expanded to its’ present 24 universities and over 150 members.


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