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  • Spiritualist Healing Outcomes and the Status Quo: A Micro and Macro Analysis.
    Finkler, Kaja (1987)
    Social Compass 34:4: 31-395.

    Depicts Mexican Spiritualist therapeutic practices & beliefs: ways that Spiritualists fit into the larger society & reasons people participate in Spiritualism. Begun as a response to religious change, Spiritualism now perpetuates the social order.

    Associated Search Terms: Mexico; Medical; Spiritualist, Mexico
  • Spiritualist Healers in Mexico: Successes and Failures of Alternative Therapeutics.
    Finkler, Kaja (1985)
    New York: Bergen & Garvey.

    Associated Search Terms: Mexico; Medical; Spiritualist, 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: Mexico, Mexico City; Spiritualist, Mexico; Stratification
  • Dissident Religious Movements in the Service of Women's Power.
    Finkler, Kaja (1981)
    Sex Roles 7;5: 481-495.

    Sees leadership roles in a spiritualist cult in Mexico as a mode for women to acquire power.

    Associated Search Terms: Mexico; Cult; Spiritualist, Mexico; Women; Power
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