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Go directly to MAIN SITE. The following 2007 package is out of date. INSTALL THE MAIN SITE PACKAGE -right click here and save to an empty directory. Unzip will create four subdirectories with over 1000 informational and instructional webpages.and the Spss and R data files for all 2008+ variables in the SCCS (Standard Cross-Cultural Sample). The MAIN SITE has downloads for the two datasets without the additional web pages. Some of the links in those pages will also go to sites on the WWW. Overall, links in this package of web pages contain core materials for cross-cultural research and illustrations of ways the SCCS can be used in courses. If you have trouble opening a page on your computer after installation, go to the on-line site at http://eclectic.ss.uci.edu/~drwhite/open_me_first.html,