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  • Mormon fertility in Latin America.
    Fox, Kiira, and Tim B. Heaton (2013)
    Review of Religious Research 55:2: 275-296.

    Analyzes 2000 census data from Brazil & Mexico & 2002 from Chile. Mormon pro-natalism affects fertility, evident once controls are introduced into the analysis.

    Associated Search Terms: Demography; Fertility; Mexico; Mormon, Brazil; Mormon, Mexico; Mormon, Chile; Brazil; Chile
  • How many members are there really? Two census and the meaning of LDS membership in Chile and Mexico.
    Knowlton, David Clark (2005)
    Dialogue: A Journal of Mormon Thought 38:2: 53-78.

    Associated Search Terms: Membership; Mormon, Mexico; Mormon, Chile
  • Desert Patriarchy.
    Bennion, Janet (2004)
    Tucson: University of Arizona Press.

    Associated Search Terms: Patriarchy; Mennonite, Mexico; Mexico; Mormon, Mexico; Participant observation; Rural
  • Converted Women Redefining their Family Roles in Mexico.
    Fortuny Loret de Mola, Patricia (2000)
    In Sharon K. Houseknecht and Jerry G. Pankhurst (eds.) Family, Religion, and Social Change in Diverse Societies. New York: Oxford University Press, pp. 363-380.

    The asceticism of Pentecostalism, Mormonism, & Jehovah's Witness in Mexico draws converts because it leads to family well-being.

    Associated Search Terms: Asceticism; Catholic, Mexico; Mexico; Pentecostal, Mexico; Mormon, Mexico; Jehovah´s Witness, Mexico; Family; Conversion; Women; Popular Catholicism
  • Mormon Passage: A Missionary Chronicle.
    Shepherd, Gary, and Gordon Shepherd (1998)
    Urbana: University of Illinos Press.

    Studies the functioning of the LDS missionary system, based on literature review & personal mission diaries of the authors in 1960s Mexico.

    Associated Search Terms: Diaries; Missions; Mormon, Mexico
  • Mormones y Testigos de Jehová: La version Mexicana.
    Fortuny Loret de Mola, Patricia (1996)
    In Gilberto Giménez (ed.) Identidades religiosas y sociales en México. Mexico City: Instituto de Investigaciones Sociales, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de Mexico, pp. 175-215.

    Associated Search Terms: Jehovah´s Witness, Mexico; Mormon, Mexico; Mexico
  • On he Road to Damascus: Pentecostals, Mormons and Jehovah's Witnesses n Mexico.
    Fortuny Loret de Mola, Patricia (1995)
    Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, University College London.

    Associated Search Terms: Mormon, Mexico; Mexico; Jehovah´s Witness, Mexico; Pentecostal, Mexico
  • Mormons in Mexico: The Dynamics of Faith and Culture.
    Tullis, LaMond F. (1987)
    Logan: Utah State University Press.

    Associated Search Terms: Mormon, Mexico; Mexico
  • Geographical Position and Mormon Behavior./The Effects of Geographical Position on Belief and Behavior in a Rual Mormon Village.
    O'Dea, Thomas F. (1954)
    Rural Sociology 19:4: 358-364./In Thomas F. O'Dea, Sociology and the Study of Relgiion. Theory, Research, Interpretation. New York: Basic, 1970, pp. 131-140.

    Reports 1950-51 field work in a New Mexico community, compared to Utah villages. Isolation & peripheral location help deepen & highlight the community's ties to the wider Mormon world.

    Associated Search Terms: Mormon, U.S.A.; Community study; United States, New Mexico; Rural; Ecology
  • A Comparative Study of the Role of Values in Social Action in two Southwestern Communities.
    Vogt, Evan Z., and Thomas F. O'Dea (1953)
    American Sociological Review 18:6: 645-654. [Also in Thomas F. O'Dea, Sociology and the Study of Religion. Theory, Research, Interpretation. New York: Basic Books, 1970, pp. 99-115]

    Field study in western New Mexico; shows a Mormon community & a "Texan" one responding to similar problems differently because of value differences.

    Associated Search Terms: Community study; Mormon, U.S.A.; United States, New Mexico; Values
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