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The Costa Rican Catholic Church, social justice, and the rights of workers, 1979-1996 [electronic resource] / Dana Sawchuk.

By: Sawchuk, Dana M. (Dana Marie), 1968-.
Contributor(s): Canadian Corporation for Studies in Religion.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Editions SR: v. 30.Publisher: Waterloo, Ont. : Wilfrid Laurier University Press, 2004Description: 1 online resource (xiv, 270 p.).ISBN: 141756220X (electronic bk.); 9781417562206 (electronic bk.); 0889204454 (bound); 9780889204454 (bound).Subject(s): Labor -- Costa Rica -- Religious aspects -- Christianity -- History -- 20th century | Labor movement -- Costa Rica -- History -- 20th century | Social justice -- Costa Rica -- History -- 20th century | �Eglise et travail -- Costa Rica -- Histoire -- 20e si�ecle | Mouvement ouvrier -- Costa Rica -- Histoire -- 20e si�ecle | Justice sociale -- Costa Rica -- Histoire -- 20e si�ecle | RELIGION -- Christianity -- General | RELIGION -- Christian Life -- Social Issues | Kerk en staat | Rooms-Katholieke Kerk | Sociale vraagstuk | �Eglise catholique | Conditions de travail | Droits des travailleurs | Histoire | Justice sociale | Mouvement syndical | Relation �Eglise-�Etat | Relation �Eglise-travail | 20e si�ecle | Costa Rica | Electronic booksGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Costa Rican Catholic Church, social justice, and the rights of workers, 1979-1996.DDC classification: 261.8/5 Other classification: 11.05 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Studies of the Church and Politics in Latin America -- Studies of the Pre-1979 Church in Costa Rica -- The Scope and Theme of This Study -- Theoretical Considerations -- Crisis in Costa Rica -- Post-Civil War Economic Development -- The Crisis and Government Policies -- Popular Reactions to the Crisis -- The Unions in the Face of the Crisis -- Problems for the Costa Rican Union Movement -- Promise in the Costa Rican Union Movement -- Limon en Lucha -- Official Catholic Social Teaching on Workers' Issues -- Strikes and Unions in Catholic Social Teaching -- Contrasting Approaches to Social Justice -- Persistent Conservatism in Catholic Social Teaching -- Monsenor Arrieta and CECOR -- The Man They Call Manzanita -- The Church Hierarchy's Political Pronouncements and Preferences -- The Costa Rican Bishops and Workers' Rights -- Cecoders -- The Centre's Structure and Programming -- The Controversial 1986 Folleto -- Cecoders and Catholic Social Teaching -- Cecoders and the Union Movement -- Limon Province -- Socio-Economic Conditions in Limon -- The Institutional Insecurity of the Limon Church -- The ESJ23 -- Padre Solano and the Expansion of the ESJ23 -- The ESJ23 and Catholic Social Teaching -- Another Side to the School's Success -- The Official Church in Limon -- The Limon Church under Monsenor Coto -- The 1989 Carta Pastoral -- A New Bishop in a New Diocese -- The Limon Church and Catholic Social Teaching -- Liberationist and Conservative Catholicisms in Costa Rica and Beyond.
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Published for the Canadian Corporation for Studies in Religion/Corporation canadienne des sciences religieuses.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Studies of the Church and Politics in Latin America -- Studies of the Pre-1979 Church in Costa Rica -- The Scope and Theme of This Study -- Theoretical Considerations -- Crisis in Costa Rica -- Post-Civil War Economic Development -- The Crisis and Government Policies -- Popular Reactions to the Crisis -- The Unions in the Face of the Crisis -- Problems for the Costa Rican Union Movement -- Promise in the Costa Rican Union Movement -- Limon en Lucha -- Official Catholic Social Teaching on Workers' Issues -- Strikes and Unions in Catholic Social Teaching -- Contrasting Approaches to Social Justice -- Persistent Conservatism in Catholic Social Teaching -- Monsenor Arrieta and CECOR -- The Man They Call Manzanita -- The Church Hierarchy's Political Pronouncements and Preferences -- The Costa Rican Bishops and Workers' Rights -- Cecoders -- The Centre's Structure and Programming -- The Controversial 1986 Folleto -- Cecoders and Catholic Social Teaching -- Cecoders and the Union Movement -- Limon Province -- Socio-Economic Conditions in Limon -- The Institutional Insecurity of the Limon Church -- The ESJ23 -- Padre Solano and the Expansion of the ESJ23 -- The ESJ23 and Catholic Social Teaching -- Another Side to the School's Success -- The Official Church in Limon -- The Limon Church under Monsenor Coto -- The 1989 Carta Pastoral -- A New Bishop in a New Diocese -- The Limon Church and Catholic Social Teaching -- Liberationist and Conservative Catholicisms in Costa Rica and Beyond.

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