- Native and scientific definitions of custom (e. g., as ideal patterns, as ranges of variation within limits, as statistical inductions from observed behavior)
- Positive and negative norms (e.g., folkways, taboos)
- Verbalized and covert norms
- Investment of norms with affect and symbolic value (e. g., mores, idealization)
- Discrepancies between ideals and behavior
- Configurations of norms (e.g., culture complexes, institutions), etc.
- Attitudes 208
- Taboos 784
- Ethical ideals 577
- Transmission of social norms 867
- Legal norms 671
Outline of Cultural Materials. George P. Murdock, et al., eds. New Haven, Conn. Human Relations Area Files, Inc. 1961. xxv, 164 p.