publication . Article . 2003

Cultura cabocla en el sur de Brasil un abordaje preliminar

Pedro Martins; Tania Welter; Glauber Aquiles Sezerino; Iraldo Alberto Alves Matias;
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  • Published: 01 Dec 2003 Journal: Memoria y Sociedad (issn: 0122-5197, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Pontificia Universidad Javeriana
Abstract
This text is a research report concerning the cabocla (mestizo) population of southern Brazil, focusing on cultural aspects, seen here as a distinguishing system. This population is studied in terms of the migratory process that begins with their expulsion from the countryside, their adaptation to the small towns, passing through the periphery of the large cities and finally returning to the countryside. The article attempts to understand their musical practices, the technology that they have appropriated and their religiosity, all of which have been, symbolically and materially, reconstructed in their complexity.//Este texto es un reporte de la investigación so...
Subjects
free text keywords: South Brasil, peasant culture, regional migration, identity, "Cabocla" culture, material and simbolic culture, culture practices., History America, E-F, Latin America. Spanish America, F1201-3799
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