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  • Les Néo-Indiens. Une Religion du IIIe Millénaire.
    Galiner, Jacques, and Antoinette Molinié (2006)
    Paris: Odile Jacob.

    Modern versions of indigenous traditions.

    Associated Search Terms: Mexico; Participant observation; Native Peruvians; Native Mexicans; Syncretism; Peru
  • Religious Affiliation and Conflict in the Indian Municipalities of Chiapas.
    Garma Navarro, Carlos (2002)
    Social Compass 49:1: 29-42.

    Reports 1990 census data; shows a growth of Protestantism among the indigenous peoples.

    Associated Search Terms: Native Mexicans; Mexico, Chiapas; Conflict; Tolerance; Membership
  • Afiliación religiosa en los pueblos indigenos de Puebla.
    Garma Navarro, Carlos (1997)
    Eslabones. Revista de Estudios Regionales 14: 120-130.

    Associated Search Terms: Native Mexicans; Mexico, Puebla; Membership
  • Views from the Pews: Hispanic and Anglo Catholics in a Changing Church.
    Hughes, Cornelius G. (1992)
    Review of Religious Research 33:4: 364-375.

    Analyzes 1990 questionnaire data from Catholic church attenders in a southwest U.S. diocese; focuses on perceived ministry needs in the face of a clergy shortage.

    Associated Search Terms: Native Americans; Mexican Americans; Catholic, U.S.A.
  • Two Kinds of Religious Movements among the Mayo Indians of Sonora, Mexico.
    O'Connor, Mary Isobel (1979)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 18:3: 260-268.

    Based on 1977-78 field work; focuses on a nativist movement & an Evangelical Protestant movement.

    Associated Search Terms: Native Mexicans; Millenarian; Evangelical, Mexico; Mexico, Sonora State; Mayo; Nativist movements
  • The Penitentes: A Folk Observance.
    Watters, Mary (1927)
    Social Forces 6:2: 253-256.

    Describes public penances & passion plays in New Mexico, representing a syncretism of Catholic & Native American traditions.

    Associated Search Terms: Native Americans; Popular religion; Syncretism; Mexican Americans; United States, New Mexico; Penance; Catholic, U.S.A.; Penitentes
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