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Amazonian caboclo society

an essay on invisibility and peasant economy

by Stephen Nugent

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Published by Berg in Providence, RI .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Santarém (Pará, Brazil),
  • Brazil,
  • Santarém (Pará)
    • Subjects:
    • Caboclos (Brazilian people) -- Brazil -- Santarém (Pará) -- Social conditions,
    • Caboclos (Brazilian people) -- Brazil -- Santarém (Pará) -- Economic conditions,
    • Peasantry -- Brazil -- Santarém (Pará),
    • Human ecology -- Brazil -- Santarém (Pará),
    • Santarém (Pará, Brazil) -- Social conditions,
    • Santarém (Pará, Brazil) -- Economic conditions

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 256-273) and index.

      StatementStephen Nugent.
      SeriesExplorations in anthropology
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF2659.C32 N84 1993
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxxiii, 278 p. :
      Number of Pages278
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1392935M
      ISBN 100854967567
      LC Control Number93000052

      He has left behind him a formidable body of work on Amazonia: Big Mouth: the Amazon Speaks () – a ground-breaking account of the socio-economic and environmental landscapes of contemporary Amazonia, Amazonian Caboclo Society: An Essay on Invisibility and Peasant Economy () and Scoping the Amazon: Image, Icon, Ethnography () – a. Books, Alt – Ame. Questia offers more t full-text books in our collection. You can search them by title or keyword, or browse them all here alphabetically.


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This volume aims to. Amazonian Caboclo Society is concerned with peasant society in Brazilian Amazonia. Most anthropological work in Amazonia has focused on Indian groups, and caboclos (peasants of mixed ancestry) have generally been regarded as relics of the haphazard development of Amazonia and have received little se.

Amazonian Caboclo Society is concerned with peasant society in Brazilian Amazonia. Most anthropological work in Amazonia has focused on Indian groups, and caboclos (peasants of mixed ancestry) have generally been regarded as relics of the haphazard development of Amazonia and have received Author: Stephen Nugent.

The book is concerned with peasant society in Brazilian Amazonia. Most anthropological work in Amazonia has focused on Indian groups, and caboclos (peasants of mixed ancestry) have generally been regarded as relics of the haphazard development of Amazonia and have received little serious attention.

The aim is to analyse the relative 'invisibility' of caboclo society (invisible Cited by: Amazonian Caboclo Society is concerned with peasant society in Brazilian Amazonia. Most anthropological work in Amazonia has focused on Indian groups, and caboclos (peasants of mixed ancestry) have generally been regarded as relics of the haphazard development of Amazonia and have received little serious attention.

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This volume aims to analyze the reasons. A caboclo (Portuguese pronunciation:) is a person of mixed Indigenous Brazilian and European ancestry (the most common use), or a culturally assimilated or detribalized person of full Amerindian descent.

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