Mexican-Americans of south Texas / by William Madsen.

; Hidalgo Project on Differential Culture Change and Mental Health
New York : Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1964.

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Other Authors Hidalgo Project on Differential Culture Change and Mental Health.
Subjects Américains d'origine mexicaine -- Texas (États-Unis)
Mexican Americans -- Texas, South.
Mexican Americans.
Mexicanos en Texas, EE. UU.
Social conditions
Texas (États-Unis) -- Conditions sociales.
Texas (Sud)
Texas, South -- Social conditions.
Texas, South.
Series Case studies in cultural anthropology.
Description xii, 112 pages : illustrations, map ; 24 cm.
Copyright Date 1964.
Notes "Research ... conducted by the staff of the Hidalgo Project on Differential Culture Change and Mental Health ... from 1957 to 1961."
Contents Magic valley -- Cultural conflict -- La Raza -- Immigration and the lower class -- Middle and upper classes -- Family and society -- Religion -- Interpretations of Catholicism -- Devotion to the Saints -- Protestant proselytism -- Motives for conversion -- A case of religious change -- Sickness and health -- Witchcraft -- Curers and physicians -- Folk psychotherapy -- Education, politics, progress.
Geographic Area Texas
Network Numbers (OCoLC)480765
(OCoLC)ocm00480765
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Madsen, William.
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