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  • Protestantism and Modernity: The Implications of Religious Change in Contemporary Rural Oaxaca.
    Gross, Toomas (2003)
    Sociology of Religion 64:4: 479-498.

    Argues that the growth of Protestant religion in Oaxaca was not that of a modernizing influence.

    Associated Search Terms: Change; Modernization; Mexico, Oaxaca; Protestant, Mexico
  • Il sacro e la terra per I Mixes di San Juan Guichicovi.
    Escalante Gonzalbo, Paloma (1990)
    Religioni e società 5:9: 107-118.

    Based on observations in Mexico during 1986.

    Associated Search Terms: Catholic, Mexico; Mexico, Oaxaca; Sacred
  • Protestantismo y campo religioso en un pueblo del estado de Oaxaca.
    Carrasco Malhue, Pedro (1983)
    Tesis Licenciatura en Sociología de la Religión, Instituto Internacional de Estudios Superiores (México, D.F.).

    Associated Search Terms: Protestant, Mexico; Mexico, Oaxaca
  • Sacerdote, profeta y brujo. La conformación del campo religioso en un pueblo del estado de Oaxaca, México.
    Carrasco Malhue, Pedro (1982)
    Taller de teologia 10: 19-39.

    Associated Search Terms: Clergy; Mexico, Oaxaca; Sorcerer; Prophet
  • Santiago's Sword: Chatino Peasant Religion and Economics.
    Greenberg, James B. (1981)
    Berkeley: University of California Press.

    Associated Search Terms: Chatino (a people of Mexico); Mexico, Oaxaca, Santiago Yaitepec; Peasant
  • Mesianismo chinauteco. Una respuesta politico-religiosa ante la crisis.
    Barabas, Alicia M. (1977)
    Revista Mexicana de Siencias Políticas y Sociales 23/88: 53-85.

    Examines a case where a religious movement was manipulated to reconcile a local community to its dispersion.

    Associated Search Terms: Medium; Mexico, Oaxaca, Ojitlán; Chinautecos
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