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SACRIFICE AND CANNIBALISM: AN ANALYSIS OF MYTH AND RITUAL AMONG THE LACANDON MAYA OF CHIAPAS MEXICO
This dissertation illustrates the similarities between the ritual and mythology of the Lacandon Maya and that of the pre-Columbian Maya in the Yucatan. Its focal points are an analysis of contemporary Lacandon rituals in ...
ADAPTIVE AND MALADAPTIVE RESPONSES TO SOCIAL CHANGE: A STUDY OF MIGRANTS AND THEIR FAMILIES IN SAN LUIS POTOSI, MEXICO
This dissertation seeks to demonstrate that for some Mexican migrants and members of their families, migration is stress-inducing. Certain types of migration or mobility carried out under certain circumstances may make the ...