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Doctoral Thesis
DOI
10.11606/T.8.2008.tde-27112009-104126
Document
Author
Full name
Gabriel Coutinho Barbosa
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2008
Supervisor
Committee
Gallois, Dominique Tilkin (President)
Gordon Junior, Cesar Claudio
Novaes, Sylvia Maria Caiuby
Silva, Marcio Ferreira da
Velthem, Lucia Hussak van
Title in Portuguese
Os Aparai e Wayana e suas redes de intercâmbio
Keywords in Portuguese
Aparai e Wayana
Modalidades de intercâmbio
Redes de relações
Abstract in Portuguese
Este trabalho consiste no estudo de diferentes formas de intercâmbio relacionadas à circulção de bens ao longo das redes de relação de que participam os Aparai e Wayana (grupos caribe, que vivem no norte do Pará), na região oriental das Guianas. Com o intuito de identificar os princípios e valores que orientam tais práticas, são examinados os modos como os próprios Aparai e Wayana concebem, relacionam e comparam essas modalidades de transação. Basicamente, são analisadas a parcerias interpessoais de troca, as obrigações do genro para com o sogro, as relações entre chefes-donos de aldeias e seus co-residentes, as transações com balateiros e garimpeiros na região (aviamento).
Title in English
The Aparai and Wayana and their networks of exchange
Keywords in English
Aparai and Wayana
Forms of exchange
Network of relations
Abstract in English
The present work is a study of various forms of exchange related to the circulation of goods along a network of relations of which participate the Aparai and Wayana (carib people, who live in the North of Pará), in the Western Region of the Guianas. In order to identify the principles and values which guide these practices, it examines how the Aparai and Wayana themselves conceive, relate and compare these styles of transaction. The interpersonal exc hange partnerships, the obligations of each son-in-law to his father-in-law, the relationship between the settlement leaders and local residents, the trading with rubber gatherers and miners in the region (debt peonage system) are mainly analyzed.
 
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Publishing Date
2009-12-14
 
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