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Vient de paraître : Indigenous Youth in Brazilian Amazonia: Changing Lived Worlds

by sur 14/12/2012

Indigenous Youth in Brazilian Amazonia: Changing Lived Worlds. Pirjo Kristiina, Virtanen. Novembre 2012. Palgrave Macmillan, New York.

Indigenous Youth in Brazilian Amazonia

Résumé :
In Latin America, young indigenous people have become visible subjects in ethnic and interethnic encounters. Their engagement with the global world, institutions, technology, religious ideas, and politics tells us how indigenous groups adapt, transform, and innovate in relation to wider social and cultural trends, and how resilient modes of thinking and practices are. We need to consider their transition to adulthood as a core dimension of personhood. Equally, if we are to understand young people, we must know how they shape their values, actions, and identity.
So how do Amazonian native young people perceive, question and/or negotiate the new kinds of social and cultural situations in which they find themselves? Virtanen looks at how current power relations constituted by ethnic recognition, new social contacts, and cooperation with different institutions have shaped the current native youth in Amazonia. Using detailed ethnographic account of the Manchineri community, the study examines at indigenous youths’
new transition to adulthood, their responsibilities, and experiences related to, for instance, urbanization, and global youth cultures.

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Bien cordialement,

Pirjo Kristiina Virtanen
Pirjo.virtanen@helsinki.fi

Latin American Studies
Department of World Cultures
Unioninkatu 38 A, P.O. Box 59, room 141A
00014 University of Helsinki – Finland

Centre EREA (Enseignement et Recherche en Ethnologie Amérindienne)
Université Paris Ouest-Nanterre La Défense
BP N° 8, 7, rue Guy Moquet
94801 Villejuif cedex – France

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