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I think there should be more detail. For example under "Abortion and Infanticide" the next node up is "event."
Compare that to http://hraf.yale.edu/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/eHRAFTopicsCultures.pdf
where it is 840 Reproduction / 847 Abortion and Infanticide
And in SIL's Toolbox there is a project called OCM based on the George Murdock Yale system but with even higher up groups. For "abortion-infanticide" they have:
16 Demography / 165 Mortality / Homicide 682, Infanticide and Abortion 847, Mortality in warfare 727, Suicide 762
that is from homicide to suicide, those are all part of 165 Mortality.
So they are taking the OCM categories and grouping them even more helpfully since in the Yale entries above there isn't anything more higher up or more general than the 840's.
So since SIL is the organization they are, I would think they would let you use that classification system, at least for the entries like this one where event is the next node up, to get more granular.
FYI That Toolbox project was part of SIL's LinguaLinks