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Interview 1, Church Official.
2012, Chiapas, August 2.
Interview 2, Cooperative member.
2012, Chiapas, August 2.
Interview 4, Church Volunteer.
2011, Chiapas, December 2.
Interview 8, Government Official.
2011, Yucatán, October 27.
Interview 10, Citizen.
2011, Yucatán, October 28.
Interview 11, Church Official.
2012, Yucatán, June 14.
Interview 17, Cooperative member.
2012, Chiapas, July 25.
Interview 22, Church Official.
2012, Yucatán, June 28.
Interview 23, Church Official.
2012, Yucatán, June 18.
Interview 25, Party Official.
2011, Yucatán, October 24.
Interview 26, Citizen.
2011, Yucatán, October 13.
Interview 29, Civic Association.
2011, Chiapas, November 17.
Interview 30, Cooperative member.
2012, Chiapas, July 23.
Interview 31, Church Representative.
2011, Chiapas, December 1.
Interview 37, Civic Leader.
2011, Yucatán, October 12.
Interview 38, Civic Leader.
2011, Yucatán, October 12.
Interview 39, Church Volunteer.
2012, Yucatán, June 21.
Interview 43, Cooperative member.
2012, Chiapas, July 31.
Interview 45, Church Official.
2012, Chiapas, July 12.
Interview 46, Church Official.
2011, Chiapas, December 1.
Interview 48, Civic Leader.
2011, Yucatán, October 11
Interview 49, Government Official.
2011, Yucatán, October 6.
Interview 51, Church Official.
2011, Yucatán, October 3.
Interview 56, Church Official.
2011, Chiapas, November 24 & November 27.
Interview 63, Church Official.
2011, Yucatán, October 7.
Interview 69, Church Official.
2011, Yucatán, October 26.
Interview 70, Citizen.
2011, Yucatán, October 29.
Interview 71, Citizen.
2012, Yucatán, September 23.
Interview 81, Church Official.
2011, Chiapas, November 4.
Interview 83, Cooperative member.
2012, Chiapas, July 25.