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- 1 Introduction
- 2 Previous Explanations
- 3 Assigning Models and Agents
- 4 Salem - A Community in Transition
- 5 Appendix: Bibliography
Boyer & Nissenbaum: A Socio-Political and Economic Model
Carol Karlsen: A Feminist Model
Mary Beth Norton: An Indian-War/Trauma Model
Assigning Models and Agents
The Initial Quartet
The Rise of the Servant Girls
The Socio-Political Patterns of Witch Identification
Salem - A Community in Transition
- Stephen Boyer, Paul Nissenbaum, Salem Possessed, 1970.
- Carol Karlsen, The Devil in the Shape of a Woman, 1980s.
- Mary Beth Norton, In the Devil's Snare, 1990s.