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Larissa Adler-Lomnitz (PhD) is a socio-cultural anthropologist, specializing in social networks analyses. She is a full-time professor and researcher at the Institute for Applied Mathematics at the National University of Mexico (IIMAS – UNAM). In 1995 she received the National Prize of Science in the Humanities. She is the author of several books that include: Networks and Marginality, A Mexican Elite Family, Becoming a Scientist in Mexico, and Chile’s Political Culture and Parties. She has also written the article “Informal Networks in Formal Systems”, among others. Her latest book is Lo formal y lo informal en las sociedades contemporáneas.
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Symbolism and Ritual in a One-Party Regime
Unveiling Mexico's Political Culture
By Larissa Adler-Lomnitz; Rodrigo Salazar-Elena; Ilya Adler

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