Culture of Security in San Carlos : A Study of a Guatemalan Community of Indians and Ladinos


GILLIN, John. Culture of Security in San Carlos : A Study of a Guatemalan Community of Indians and Ladinos. New Orleans: Middle American Research Institute, The Tulane University of Louisiana, 1951. Pp. (4),v-vii,(1),1-128. Double column. 4to, printed green card covers with black lettering to front and spine. Middle American Research Institute publication number 16. Contents: 1. The Problem of Security; 2. The Situation; 3. The Land and Its Products; 4. Habitations; 5. Food; 6. Clothing and Ornament; 7. The Need for Money; 8. The Social Structure as a Source of Satisfaction and Frustration; 9.Political and Control Structure; 10. Formal Christianity a la San Carlos; 11. The Fiesta of the Patron Saint; 12. Informal Religion and Psychiatry; 13. The Balance of Threat and Security. Name expunged from front cover, elsevery good. 20.00

Title: Culture of Security in San Carlos : A Study of a Guatemalan Community of Indians and Ladinos

Author Name: GILLIN, John Middle American Research Institute Publication no. 16.

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Publisher: Middle American Research Institute, The Tulane University of Louisiana, New Orleans, 1951,:

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Keywords: LATIN AMERICAN HISTORY GUATEMALA GUATEMALAN ANTHROPOLOGY SECURITY SOCIOLOGY MULTICULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGICAL,