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Fraiser, Douglas M. 2007. Loggers, settlers, and tribesmen in the mountain forests of the Philippines: The evolution of indigenous social organization in response to environmental invasions. Ph.D. dissertation. University of Florida.
Fraiser, Douglas M. 2001. Land conflict of the Cotabato Manobo people. Philippine Studies 49:215–235.
Fraiser, Douglas M. 1999. In defense of four-legged chairs. Notes on Anthropology 3(1):35–38.
Fraiser, Douglas M. 1997. Literacy and the economic context: The cultural dimension of development. INNOTECH Journal 21(2):1–11.
Fraiser, Douglas M. 1997. Ini sa ukit ta eg-ipat tanà ta kayu [This is how we use trees to care for our land]. Manila, Philippines: Summer Institute of Linguistics.
Fraiser, Douglas M. 1993. Ini sa ukit ta egbael basakan [This is how we make rice paddies]. Manila, Philippines: Summer Institute of Linguistics.
Fraiser, Douglas M. 1992. . Ini sa ukit ta eghagtay sedà [This is how we raise fish]. Lebak, Sultan Kudarat, Philippines: Association of Manobo Bible Churches, Inc.
Fraiser, Douglas M. 1983. Effects of N and K fertilization on crop growth, yields, and profitability and on soil pH in two maize/soybean double-cropping systems. M.S. thesis. University of Florida.
Fraiser, Douglas M. 1998. The cultural dimension of development. Paper presented at the 5th ECHO Agricultural Missions Conference, North Ft. Myers, Florida. November 10–12, 1998.
Works by this author in SIL Language & Culture Archives