8 edition of The folk culture of Yucatan found in the catalog.
The folk culture of Yucatan
|Statement||by Robert Redfield.|
|Series||The University of Chicago publications in anthropology. Social anthropology series|
|LC Classifications||F1376 .R4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiii, 416 p.|
|Number of Pages||416|
|LC Control Number||41015380|
The Possum and the Janguar. from the same book A Mayan Life: A Birth in the Village --By Gaspar Pedro Gonzalez, a Mayan writer who is an official of the Ministry of Culture in Guatemala. This excerpt is part of chapter 1 of the first novel ever by a Mayan writer, telling the story of life in a remote Mayan village in the Guatemalan highlands as. I've made several recipes from this book. Sterling's love and respect for the food, people, and culture of the Yucatan peninsula is apparent in his cookbook, and though the layout is a bit non-traditional (think coffee table book/cookbook), it is undoubtedly a great resource for those seeking to sample the delicious flavor palate of the region/5.
Robert Redfield, (born Dec. 4, , Chicago—died Oct. 16, , Chicago), U.S. cultural anthropologist who was the pioneer and, for a number of years, the principal ethnologist to focus on those processes of cultural and social change characterizing the relationship between folk and urban societies.. A visit to Mexico in drew Redfield from law to the study of anthropology, Written: THE FOLK SOCIETY society or of society in general, contrasting aspects of all society are recognized and named. This procedure is perhaps never fol- lowed in the unqualified manner just de- scribed, for in the instances about to be mentioned there is evidence that folk or ancient society has been compared with.
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A comparison of a tribal community, a peasant village, a provincial town, and Mérida, the Yucatán capital, formed the basis of The Folk Culture of the Yucatán ().Author: Robert Redfield.
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The folk culture of Yucatan, (The University of Chicago publications in anthropology. Social anthropology series)Author: Robert Redfield. Folk Culture of the Yucatan book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers.4/5.
During the next 16 years he carried out research in Yucatan and Guatemala. Based on Henry Sumner Maine's contrast between status and contract, and on Ferdinand Tonnie's contrast between Gemeinschaft and Gesellschaft, he developed a set of ideas about folk culture, little communities, and Little and Great Traditions that have been enormously influential.
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Peninsula of Yucatan --City, town, village, and tribe --Race and class --Spanish and Indian: the two heritages --The villager's view of life --Culture organization and disorganization --Money, land, and work --Family organization and disorganization --The decline of the Gods --Holy day to holiday --Medicine and magic --The folk culture and civilization.
The Folk Culture of Yucatán的话题 (全部 条) 什么是话题 无论是一部作品、一个人，还是一件事，都往往可以衍生出许多不同的话题。. Folk Culture of the Yucatan by Redfield, Robert and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Local Culture (75) Mayan Temazcal Ceremony Learn about the health benefits and spiritual implications of this ancient Mesoamerican sweat lodge ceremony.
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One of the characteristics of this culture is a great sense of humor, reflected during celebrations where the people dance happily until someone screams ¨bomb. ¨And proceeds to recite a quartet, seal of Yucateca identity. The Peninsula of Yucatan --City, town, village, and tribe --Race and class --Spanish and Indian: the two heritages --The villager's view of life --Culture organization and disorganization --Money, land, and work --Family organization and disorganization --The decline of the gods --Holy day to holiday --Medicine and magic --The folk culture and civilization.
The early Mayan presence in the Yucatán Peninsula and Quintana Roo ensured that the region would develop a history and culture that was unique in Mexico. Mayan culture has persisted in the face of colonialism and near extinction and remains a pervasive and captivating presence in the region to this day.
Other articles where The Folk Culture of the Yucatán is discussed: Robert Redfield: capital, formed the basis of The Folk Culture of the Yucatán (). This work elaborated a hypothetical continuum indicating how the growth of a small, isolated community into a large, heterogeneous society involves progressive degrees of social change and cultural disorganization.
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Find the top most popular items in Amazon Books Best Sellers. A Study of Four Yucatan Communities. (Books on Science for Laymen: The Folk Culture of Yucatan)Author: M. Stirling. Does anybody have any book recommendations for reading in anticipation of a trip to the Yucatan.
I've read plenty of guidebooks and studied Mayan culture and history in the past, but I always like to read fiction set in an area before a trip - adds that layer of understanding to the factual research.
Best Books about the Maya – Mayan History Books. From the famous pyramids of Chichén Itzá and the hidden gems like Muyil to the food and culture, the Mayan people have left a huge impact on the Yucatán.
There are many. Jungle of Stone: The Extraordinary Journey of John L. Stephens and Frederick Catherwood, and the Discovery of the Lost Civilization of the Maya - Kindle edition by Carlsen, William. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets.
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/5(). Yucatán is known for its vast culture. It’s people, beautiful architecture, and natural resources have incredible value. Traditions, Travel in yucatan. Hoctún and its Colorful Cemetery. 16 October, Once again it’s that time of the year when it’s all about cemeteries, the dead, and the now famous traditional Hanal Pixán.Countries Economic Status, politics, cultural values Developing economy through music stars, Tv Soap Operas, Politics revolve around family and Cultural traditions Still very much influenced through heritage and culture Other Countries Influence(s) Popular America has influenced.Mexican folk dance is an uneven synthesis of different cultural traditions.
Its historical roots is the synthesis of indigenous, European and African cultural influences but it continues to evolves with influences from modern pop culture. It is not one particular style but rather a collection of various regional and ethnic traditions. Dance traditions vary widely over Mexico's expanse.