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Construcciones y persistencias identitarias en tacna (Perú, 1940-2017). La tensión entre “tacneños” y “puneños” por su afirmación cultural en la ciudad

Authors: Pastor Seperak, Marly Mahly;

Construcciones y persistencias identitarias en tacna (Perú, 1940-2017). La tensión entre “tacneños” y “puneños” por su afirmación cultural en la ciudad

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Metadados da dissertação: Construcciones y persistencias identitarias en tacna (Perú, 1940-2017). La tensión entre “tacneños” y “puneños” por su afirmación cultural en la ciudad , pela/o discente: Marly Mahly Pastor Seperak, sob orientção: Prof. Andrea Ciacchi do Pós-graduação Mestrado em Interdisciplinar em Estudos Latino-Americanos (IELA) da Universidade Federal da Integração Latino-Americana (UNILA), no Repositório Institucional da UNILA (RI-UNILA) Esta investigación busca explicar cómo con la inmigración puneña aymara a Tacna (una ciudad al extremo sur del Perú) se desarrollan cambios económicos, urbanísticos, políticos y culturales en la ciudad, ocasionando, a su vez, tensión sociocultural entre la población que se dice oriunda de Tacna —representantes de la tradición histórica oficial de la ciudad— y la población puneña aymara residente en Tacna —un grupo étnico empoderado sobre todo económicamente en la ciudad. Situación que logra activar ciertos mecanismos de reproducción, resistencias y persistencias identitarias en un intento por delimitar sus fronteras culturales y afirmarse culturalmente en la ciudad. El estudio es un aporte a la documentación social de Tacna y al campo interdisciplinario de los estudios culturales pues aborda el tema de la identidad, etnicidad y memoria cultural como base teórica para explicar el proceso de construcción, reformulación y afirmación identitaria que se deriva del conflicto sociocultural entre “tacneños” y “puneños”. Se sostiene que la ciudad y el conflicto estimulan la resistencia de dos identidades que se perciben divergentes: una étnica subalterna, la aymara, y otra de carácter nacional hegemónica, la “patriótica”; ambas utilizan diferentes mecanismos para reformularse, reafirmarse y persistir en la ciudad

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Brazil
Keywords

Migración puneña, Aymaras, Tacna - Peru, Identidad étnica, Memoria cultural, Metadados, Identidad “patriótica”

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