AuthorHinton, Thomas B.
KeywordsIndians of Mexico -- Social conditions.
Indians of Mexico -- Economic conditions.
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Table of ContentsContents/Preface/1. Cultural Visibility and the Cora - Thomas B. Hinton/2. Some Considerations of the Indirect and Controlled Acculturation in the Cora-Huichol Area - Salomon Nahmad Sitton/3. Differential Acculturation Among the Huichol Indians - Phil C. Weigand/4. The Mayo of Southern Sonora: Socio-economic Assimilation and Ritual-symbolic Syncretism-Split Acculturation - N. Ross Crumrine/5. Adaptive Strategies of Peasant Indians in a Biethnic Mexican Community: A Study of Mountain Pima Assimilation - Timothy Dunnigan/6. Some Problems in the Analysis of the Native Indian Population of Northern Nueva Vizcaya During the Spanish Colonial Period - William B. Griffen/7. Tepusilam and Chul: A Comparison of Mexicanero and Tepehuan Mythology - John Hobgood and Carroll L. Riley/8. The Ceremonialism of the Tepecan Indians of Azqueltan, Jalisco - J. Alden Mason