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  • Culto y festividad a San Luis Rey en la colonia El Ajusco: un testimonio de religiosidad popular en la Ciudad de México
    González Pérez, Damián (2014)
    Relaciones 35/139: 233-254.

    Associated Search Terms: Feast; Mexico, Mexico City; Popular Catholicism; Popular religion; Saints
  • Multireligiosidad en la ciudad de México.
    Gutiérrez-Martínez, Daniel (2005)
    Revista Economía Sociedad y Territorio 5:19: 617-657.

    Associated Search Terms: Pluralism; Mexico, Mexico City; Urban
  • Pellegrini à Guadalupe. "Non temere: io sono tua madre."
    Giuriati, Paolo, Elio Masferrer Kan, Konrad Tyrakowski, Gioia Lanzi Arzenton, Maria de Lourdes Báez Cubero, and Faio Gemo (1999)
    Padova: Centro Ricerche Socio-Religiose.

    Analyzes historical, ethnographic, photographic, & survey data on Guadalupe in the 1990s.

    Associated Search Terms: Mexico, Mexico City; Visual; Pilgrimage; Marian; Catholic, Mexico
  • Dissident Sectarian Movements, the Catholic Church, and Social Class in Mexico.
    Finkler, Kaja (1983)
    Comparative Studies in Society and History 25:2: 277-305.

    Background, & 1977-79 field data from Mexico City, supplemented by interviews.

    Associated Search Terms: Spiritualist, Mexico; Mexico, Mexico City; Stratification
  • La ley férrea de la oligarquía y las relationes inter-organizacionales; las nexos entre la Iglesia y el Estado en Mexico.
    Eckstein, Susaná (1975)
    Revista mexicana de sociologia 37:2: 327-348.

    Interview, documentary, & participant observation data from low-income communities in Mexico City show R. Michels' "iron law of oligarchy" useful in explaining links between church & state officials, where their offices are formally separated.

    Associated Search Terms: State; Catholic, Mexico; Mexico, Mexico City; Michels, Roberto; Elite
  • Religious Knowledge and Attitudes in Mexico City.
    Stryckman, Paul (1967)
    Social Compass 14:5/6: 469-482.

    Analyzes 1962 survey data from the Federal District of Mexico; focuses on doctrinal knowledge & attitudes about religion.

    Associated Search Terms: Catholic, Mexico; Mexico, Mexico City; Cognitive dimension
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