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BukuSusto and Soul Loss in Mexicans and Mexican Americans
Author: Weller, Susan C. (Co-Author); Baer, Roberta D. (Co-Author); Glazer, Mark ; de, Javier Eduardo Garcia (Co-Author); Liebowitz, Stephen W. (Co-Author)
Topik: Latin America; susto; and Mexican Americans; Mexico
Bahasa: (EN )    
Penerbit: Unika Atma Jaya     Tahun Terbit: 2006    
Jenis: Article
Fulltext: 270CCR383.pdf (101.0KB; 0 download)
Susto is a Latin American folk illness attributed to having a frightening experience, often including ?soul loss? as part of the etiology. This article focuses on contemporary descriptions of susto among mestizos in Mexico and Mexican Americans in south Texas and explores the link between susto and soul loss in detail. Interviews conducted in Guadalajara, Mexico (n = 50), and in the Rio Grande Valley of Texas (n = 951) indicate that only a minority of informants aware of susto have also heard of soul loss and that even among those who have had susto, soul loss is not necessarily a part of susto. Soul loss, in fact, is more often equated with death. Our data, as well as a careful review of earlier reports of susto and soul loss, suggest that what was thought to have left the body may not be the
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