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We note that this latter This congruence between language and ethnic identity has nonetheless category is locally referred to as Mak or variants thereof in the regional diminished as many of the regions languages have become endangered, languages , and no doubt influenced the apparently erroneous linguistic due in large part to contact with the national society. Along the Rio grouping with the same name see Bolaos and Epps The origin of the name Mak is uncertain, but its most likely source is 18 19 introduction: cultural and linguistic interaction in the upper rio negro region Patience Epps and kristine stenzel People, in general, occupy the interfluvial zones, locate their communities riverine perspective and describe this relationship as one of slavery or away from the major rivers, and prefer to travel on foot rather than by servanthood, ethnographers working with the Forest Peoples themselves canoe.
Their subsistence focus is hunting and gathering, but especially have presented it as one of symbiosis or intelligent parasitism Reid hunting; they have been characterized in the ethnographic literature as ; Ramos ; see also the references above , and Milton professional hunters Silverwood-Cope ; Reid While all has described the relationship between these two groups in terms of Forest groups in the region currently practice some horticulture, their complementary ecological niche exploitation.
Of the contemporary small-scale, lackadaisical approach to farming contrasts markedly with Forest Peoples, the Nkak are the most removed from this interactive that of the River Indians. The River peoples, on the other hand, locate system, although linguistic and ethnohistorical evidence suggests that their communities along the major waterways, prefer to travel by canoe, they may have maintained similar relations with Tukanoan and Arawak and focus their subsistence activities on fishing and manioc cultivation peoples in past centuries Politis ; Mahecha ; Franky although they too do some hunting and gathering.
We note that The systemic nature of the Upper internally ranked sibs within particular language groups e. Chernela Rio Negro region also relies on a broad division of labor among different ; Cabalzar However, the basic categorial division between groups, such that each specializes or traditionally specialized in a River and Forest Peoples is highly salient in the region.
According The distinct subsistence orientations of the River and the Forest Peoples to this practice of economic specialization, the Tuyuka make canoes, provide them with complementary places in the regional system. Thus the circulation of interaction over many generations, with the Forest Peoples providing material goods has facilitated the negotiation of interethnic liaisons, and hunted meat, labor, and forest products to the River Peoples in exchange vice versa see e.
Chernela , ; S. Hugh-Jones Also in partial overlap with linguistic boundaries in the region are While non-Indian visitors to the region have tended to take a more distinctions associated with marriage practices; that is, how exogamous groups are defined. The best-known illustration of this overlap is that of Arawak do not speak e.
Sorensen ; S. Hugh-Jones ; C. Hugh-Jones ; Jackson Rio Negro peoples is normally endogamous from the perspective of ; Chernela ; Stenzel Language affiliation is understood language or ethnic group. For Arawak peoples outside the Vaups and in terms of descent, such that ethnic identity and language are both also for the Makuna see rhem and Kubeo see Goldman inherited through the male line.
Nevertheless, most East Tukano people ; Chacon, this volume the basic exogamous unit is the phratry, are able to speak or understand many more languages besides their own and multiple phratries exist within the broader language group. Hill or fathers language, in particular those spoken by their mothers and notes the apparent contrast between the more Arawak-like other in-marrying women in the community.
While linguistic exogamy model of localized, exogamous phratries within the language group, and is primarily an East Tukano practice, the match is not perfect; the Arawak the more Tukano-like model of localized, exogamous language groups Tariana also participate in the marriage network, consistent with their distributed among dispersed, larger-level phratries.
Among the Kakua and Nadahup groups of hand, generally do not engage in linguistic exogamy see Goldman ; the Vaups, exogamous clans form two distinct intermarrying phratries; rhem ; Chacon, this volume. In contrast, ethnographic studies of the Nkak exogamous units, termed phratries, which link two or more language Cabrera et al. Phratrically associated peoples typically identify isolation from the Upper Rio Negro system. However, different practice of intermarrying with the same third group.
Jackson ; groups in fact pull from two opposing models of social organization see also Hill indicates that these phratric groups are unlike the to differing degrees that of localized, exogamous descent groups, and language groups fluid and diffuse, as opposed to rigidly defined. The Forest 22 23 introduction: cultural and linguistic interaction in the upper rio negro region Patience Epps and kristine stenzel Peoples exhibit a general contrast to the East Tukano and Arawak groups to social interaction, marriage practice, location of communities, and in their flexible application of principles of alliance versus descent in access to resources see C.
Hugh-Jones ;Vidal ; Chernela , determining where a couple will live see discussion in Franky A similar ranking of clans is described by Nadahup A similar flexibility is observed within some East Tukano groups as well; and Kakua peoples for their own groups see references above , but in for example, among low-ranking Tuyuka sibs the local groups tend to practice these hierarchies appear to have little relevance in daily life. Silverwood-Cope and Reid ; see also Franky observe that the Forest Peoples ephemeral ranking system may be little more The hierarchical organization of social units is an important aspect of than a nod to the East Tukano model; different approaches to hierarchy the Upper Rio Negro system, and has direct relevance to patterns of in social organization across the region may also derive from the variable interaction in the region e.
One widely prioritization of the models of alliance versus descent, as discussed by relevant point of imbalance is that between River and Forest Peoples, in Cabalzar ; see also rhem ; Hugh-Jones There appears which the River Indians maintain a socially dominant position, and thus to be no evidence of hierarchical relations within Nkak groups Cabrera tend to exert more direct control in contexts of interaction.
The East et al. Tukano and Arawak peoples describe their Forest Indian neighbors as childish, disorganized, and irresponsible; they characterize their languages The dynamics of interaction and social ranking have direct bearing as animal-like and impossible to learn, and the East Tukanos fault them for on the patterns of multilingualism in the region. Due to their practice the incestuous nature of their linguistically endogamous marriages Reid of linguistic exogamy and the exposure to multiple languages that it ; Jackson ; Pozzobon ; Epps a; see also Cabalzar, this engenders, most East Tukano peoples are highly multilingual, as were the volume.
The Forest People respond by joking privately at their expense, Tariana before their shift to Tukano. Kubeo and Arawak peoples on the stealing coveted items, or simply by pulling out of the interaction and fringes of the Vaups are less likely to speak multiple languages, although returning to the forest. Other hierarchical relations exist in the region on a more fine-grained On the other hand, marriage between similarly ranked clans within level. The East Tukano and Arawak language groups are not generally particular language groups may foster clan-based dialectal differentiation, understood to be formally ranked with respect to each other, although although this possibility is difficult to test without fine-grained linguistic in practice imbalances do exist and the past few generations have seen data.
Historical perspectives Vaups from the west see Chacon, forthcoming a , but we note that the A deeper understanding of the Upper Rio Negro system requires a view East Tukano origin stories speak of an eastern origin involving travel up into the past.
When did the groups living in the region today first come the Rio Negro into the Vaups. The ensuing period of interaction among together, and how have they interacted in the intervening time? How have East Tukano and Arawak groups led to significant cultural exchange. While this exchange probably occurred in both directions, comparative evidence suggests Arawak influence in the elaboration of bitter manioc Relatively little is known about the early history of the Upper Rio production among East Tukano groups see Chacon forthcoming b , Negro region, but it is likely that its multiethnic system has been in and in the widespread adoption of the Yurupari tradition, with its sacred place for many centuries at least years, according to Neves , trumpets forbidden to women see Chaumeil Hill proposes but he notes that it is probably much older: human occupation of the that the East Tukano practice of linguistic exogamy may have formed lower Vaups basin likely dates back at least years Neves Linguistic Wright hypothesis of how this process occurred is probably still evidence from the Nadahup languages Epps forthcoming suggests that our best guess though it remains little more than a guess.
According Nadahup-East Tukano interaction began at the time of the common to Nimuendaj, the Forest Peoples or Mak were likely the first in ancestor of Hup,Yuhup, and Dw, when only Nadb had branched off the the region; their relatively autochthonous status is consistent with the family tree so perhaps a millennium or more in the past.
In contrast, the local distribution of the Nadahup and Kakua-Nkak languages. Walker and Ribeiro , and pushing the Forest Peoples into the interfluvial zones. The ceramic record suggests The different histories of the Rio Negro peoples are no doubt reflected that Arawak peoples have lived within the Rio Negro basin for at least in their different origin stories, although many of these also reveal years Neves The East Tukano accounts focus on a river voyage in an ancestral anaconda canoe see the volumes in the series The Arawak were likely followed by the East Tukano peoples.
Azevedo and Azevedo ; distribution of the Tukano language family, with its western and eastern see also Goldman , ; S. Hugh-Jones , whereas the Arawak branches, may indicate that the East Tukano peoples moved into the peoples of the region claim that they originated from the Uaupu rapids 26 27 introduction: cultural and linguistic interaction in the upper rio negro region Patience Epps and kristine stenzel on the Aiari River, within the Rio Negro region see Wright ; the ravages of the rubber trade that prompted the Nkak to move north Andrello, this volume.
Regarding the Forest Peoples, Reid into their present territory, breaking off relations with the Kakua and the reports that the Hup people say they came on foot from the east where East Tukano and Arawak peoples Mahecha ; Franky Most other Nadahup languages are spoken , and the Kakua say they came certainly, abuses on the part of traders were an impetus for increased from the northeast, from the Orinoco.
However, the contemporary Salesian missionary presence in the region, though the price paid for Hup origin stories recorded by Epps involve an anaconda canoe, similar missionary protection was a different, and in the eyes of many, equally to those told by the East Tukanos, and Silverwood-Cope noxious brand of interference.
On the other hand, Reid reports The activities of missionaries, and especially their decades-long practice that the East Tukanos say the Forest Peoples were in the region first; this of obligating Indian children to live in mission boarding schools far from is corroborated by the Hup stories told to Epps that define them as the home, played a major role in the acceleration of processes of language elder brothers of the Tukano peoples in mythic early times.
Waves of epidemics were punctuated by as significant advances in political organization, alternative educational slaving expeditions, which removed some 20, people from the region initiatives and movement towards the recuperation of traditional cultural in the first decades of the 18th century alone Neves ; Chernela and and linguistic practices see Oliveira ; F.
Cabalzar , At Leed ; Wright ; Stenzel ; Buchillet, this volume. The the same time, access to faster means of travel, greater participation in late 18th and 19th centuries saw downriver migrations fill the vacuum the national economy, and increasing migration to urban centers have left by these events, such as the move of the Tukano and Desana from the resulted in a new set of changes in subsistence practice and lifestyle see Papuri River to the Tiqui.
Lasmar ; Andrello ; Lopes Diniz Over the last century and a half and into the present, ever-increasing Despite the profound demographic, social, and cultural changes brought contact with the national society has been driving significant changes about by European contact and conquest, Neves argues in the lives of the Upper Rio Negro peoples.
The rubber boom and that the Upper Rio Negro regional system is structurally similar to the presence of exploitive commercial traders during the late 19th and what it was before the sixteenth century [ It was probably by indigenous cultural categories both before and after the conquest.
It 28 29 introduction: cultural and linguistic interaction in the upper rio negro region Patience Epps and kristine stenzel remains to be seen what effects the changes of the contemporary period in broader networks of trade and interaction; these include the use of will have on the future of the system. Convergence and negotiating diversity The direction of cultural influence among the Upper Rio Negro The centuries of interaction among upper Rio Negro peoples have groups is often difficult to pin down, but clues exist in the distribution had profound effects on their social, cultural, and linguistic practices.
For example, words for Widespread similarities attest to the intensive interaction that crosscuts ayahuasca, coca, and the name of the mythical culture hero which the various social divisions discussed above.
The chapters in this volume translates in various regional languages as something like Bone-Son are consider a number of these common features that define the Rio Negro found throughout the region, but are attested most widely in the Arawak system, as well as some of the differences that set particular groups apart. In many cases, the direction of cultural influence undoubtedly corresponds to that of linguistic influence, 3.
Society and culture which may be more easily traced. In the Upper Rio Negro, East Tukano Despite the social divisions that enable the dynamicity of the system, the languages have profoundly influenced both Arawak Tariana and the Rio Negro peoples appear strikingly homogeneous in many respects. Esca- chegou. Bagnaia ficava na cidade de Miranda e, Sobre as mulheres Terena, o autor apesar de implorar ao inimigo para que escreveu: O Agaxi e no Laiuad.
Embelezei-me de todo HALL, , p. Mais adiante, no texto p.
Seria talvez a homens. Supunham alguns fosse o puro e simples que o seguia sem reclamar. Os comandantes pediram aos efetivo da coluna de 1. Morrera, tiva. Alma do Brasil: UFMS, HALL, Stuart. Belo horizonte: Editora UFMG, Escrituras, A Retirada da Laguna: Martin Claret: Iluminuras, Este projeto conta com o apoio do CNPQ.
Conhecimentos ocidentais. Abstract The text reflects upon traditional indigenous knowledge and emphasizes the need for a dialogue of knowledge in teaching practices in Higher Education Institutions, IES. Aims to address the challenges posed by the epistemological presence of others, the natives in academic spaces on the premise that their expectations and demands are not restricted to the contours of programs already provided by the inclusion of socially excluded sectors of universities.
As technical and methodological procedure resorted to surveys, discussions and tracking their trajectories in indigenous academics in HEIs via the Knowledge Network project. The work is anchored in readings of postcolonial theorists and culturalists studies, with reference to the discussion of topics such as traditional indigenous knowledge, IES, Western knowledge, among others.
In constructing this research welcomed the realization that the world is not a single way, are multiple, with different worldviews, which also translate into different epistemologies. For the worldviews and logical construction of indigenous knowledge of academics can be accommodated in HEIs believe it is necessary to promote debates on this issue in view of the dialogue between their knowledge and Western knowledge, beyond science and technique involves practices teach. We believe this is also an opportunity to explain the tensions between regulation and emancipation present in teaching practices, in addition to providing a broadening of our understanding of the world.
Key words Traditional indigenous knowledge. Western knowledge. Ou como afirma Sahlins , historicamente imposta a esses povos. Nesse documento, na Parte 3, , p. Luciano, , p.
Segundo Brand , esse et al. Nesse sentido, precisamos partir para novos e cada vez mais complexos da premissa de que o conhecimento his- problemas que todos vivenciamos. Segundo Santos , p. Cunha , p. UFP, O local da cultura. Belo Horizonte: UFMG, Gramsci e os movimentos populares. Editora da UFF, , v. Lei n. La selva culta.
Abya-Yala, Afinal onde esta a escola? Zahar, A centralidade da cultura: LIMA, A.
MATO, Daniel. Afrontamento, Os caminhos da biodiversidade e dos conhecimentos rivais.
Interculturalidad y colonialidad del poder. El giro decolonial. Abstract This study belongs to the field of knowledge of the university pedagogy based on our history as a teacher of postgraduate courses.
We start with the following question: What contributions can the basic educa- tion professionals provide to the development of the university pedagogy?
So we have to analyze the reflections and proposals of the basic education professionals on university pedagogy originating their memories of training and school teaching practice. As part of qualitative research, the option is on the theoretical and methodological reference spread by the ideas of Ghedin and Franco Key words University pedagogy.
Educational practices. O ria? Pinto , p. Diz ele: Nesse sentido, entendemos [ Como instrumento de pensamento e escalonamento reflexivo.
Para dar conta estudo: Por objetos materiais e imateriais da cultura. Dessa forma, segundo Bourdieu , p. Bertrand Brasil, Zero, A escola: Anais… Universidade de Aveiro, The group effect in focus groups: Critical issues in qualitative research methods. SAGE Publications, Araraquara, SP: Pedagogia profana: UFRGS, Juventude e escola: Annablume; Fortaleza: Focus group as qualitative research. Qualitative Research Methods Series. Sage Publications, Santoro Orgs.
Loyola, FEUSP, Sobre a universidade. Palavras-chave Cotidiano escolar. Abstract This article presents narratives about daily school, with objective to identify power devices. Like the discipli- ning of students and constitution of subjectivities socially determined. By practice, the relationships between teacher and student, you can check the materialization of domination and submission of children to a established norm to just set limits, to obey.
This context not conducive to the production of autonomous individuals, or critical, as stated in pedagogical discourse. Key words Daily school. Power relation. E ridade. GALLO, interpreta, se descreve, se julga, se , p. Afirma normalizam o sujeito. SILVA, , p. Portanto fala. Olhando as respostas dadas por eu aprontava as vezes, mas era da diversas pessoas, resolvi resgatar uma pe- idade.
Os outros moleques gri- mais. Fiquei quieto. Levantei a Narrativa 3: Estava na frente dela, sentava na primeira carteira. Ela levan- autoridade. Ela lembra que atravessou regulador de comportamento. Utiliza Giorgio Agamben , p. E outros ensaios. Argos, Cotez, As pedagogias psi e o governo do eu nos regimes neoliberais.
Liberdades reguladas: Petropolis, RJ: Abstract Is it possible to teach a passion? In designing responses to this provocation, the text is affiliated to the reflections on promoting reading in school, even be possible to build methods and strategies that foster a positive relationship with reading. To do so, scan the text content of qualitative research, conducted in public school, in the period , whose empirical elements were removed from two groups of do- cuments: Key words Class management.
Public School. RO- nos estabeleciam a partir das obras lidas. A simples do como biblioteca escolar caracterizou-se, ideia de manter, na biblioteca escolar, essencialmente, por um indicador: Portanto um suas leituras ou nos atos de escrita. SILVA, outra. De outra forma: A identidade nacional na berlinda: Sucesso escolar nos meios populares: Ler e escrever na escola: Artmed, Palavras-chave Autoimagem. Through questio- nnaires responses it is possible demonstrate that there is a high level of stress among teachers, despite a tendency to positive levels of self-image and self-esteem, there are also some other requirements of self-actualization to satisfy.
Key words Self-image. Lembro aqui dos docentes pesquisados. Os cinco dos cinco sujeitos que em algum momento professores que responderam ter pensado, Karina P. No estudo realizado por Travers e conseguiram superar as dificuldades e Cooper , os autores encontraram iniciais, mas passaram a sentir uma rotina os seguintes percentuais: Com isso, tensamente por toda a vida.
Consequentemente a sintomas de conduta Tipo A. Eis a por seu trabalho. Esse autor , p. Todos os neste atual estudo , Cremos que a os outros me criticam? No aspecto Intelectual, sim. E buscar novos conhecimentos a fim de en- complementa p. E, no caso dos Karina P. Os outros Maslow [s. Os sujeitos sim como Jourard argumenta, os docentes pesquisados demonstraram que se sen- possam expor todo o seu potencial.
Necessitamos rever a ideia humanidade. O mal-estar docente. Edusc, Moderna, Como prevenir e resolver o stress dos professores e a indisciplina dos alunos? ASA editores, a. Pistas para o bem-estar dos professores.
Quarteto, Revista Mal-Estar e Subjetividade, Fortaleza, v. Polimorfia, Mato Grosso, v. VII, p. Eldorado, [s. O professor como pessoa.
Sulina, Projeto de Pesquisa. Desempenho e auto-estima em jogadores profissionais e amadores de futebol. A neuropsicopedagogia e seus aportes para o auto-conhecimento e o trabalho. UFU, Rumo ao bem-estar docente.
UEL, Educar para reencantar a vida. The politics of the World Bank for the cultural diversity after Sueli Ribeiro Comar Professora Mestre. Diversidade Cultural.
Banco Mundial. Abstract The objective of the article is the analysis of the politics of the World Bank for cultural diversity after The text is organized by means of three moments. The first exhibition the neoliberal dynamics exposed in the reform of the State and of the Education in Brazil after , with emphasis in the social justness.
Finally, the limits to the perspectives of the generated legislation of the orientations of the world Bank, which arrive to the school bringing new and complex tasks for this institution. Key words Education. Cultural Diversity. World Bank. Afirma- de demandas a ele dirigidas [ De outro modo, a desigualdades sociais e regionais.
No intuito de consolidar um consenso em Coraggio , p. Criada mercado. No que se do processo de reformas. No entanto, se a discuti- todo o documento: Estes e outros elementos con- a lei A diversidade necessita ser contem- mundo que precisa ser de todos.
Casa Civil. Revista Ensaio: MARX, K. Claret, SENAC, Lamparina, Ilse Gomes da. Documentos de identidade. Belo Horizonte, MG: Abstract The objective of this research was to examine the magazine Nova Escola and to understand how it can be used as a device for training teachers. Included within the discussions is an examination of the re- lationship between power and the meaning of the work of mathematics teachers of students in the first years of elementary schools.
The research also seeks to identify markers within the journal that allow it to be recognized as a cultural instrument, a source of practices for instigating political and educational attitudes amongst Brazilian teachers during the period and For the development of this rese- arch, which was inspired by Foucault, we used the concepts of the relation between practice including speeches and power which are the main guidelines of this theoretical research.
Key words Pedagogical press. Pedagogical Practice. Mathematics Education. Trata-se de significados.
Um duzem estes enfoques no interior do setor desses organismos internacionais a que educacional? Banco Mundial, mesmo destacando que Ainda destacam os autores: Decorrentes dos proble- objeto.
Curriculares Nacionais: NOVA outra parte? Assim, quando optou-se por analisar No enunciado acima, um elemento os discursos que circulam na Revista sobre merece destaque: Seja desconto ou Diz o autor: Nesse [ Isso acarretou um descon- que nos rodeiam. Curriculares Nacionais.
Em todos os casos? Os e quer nosso bem? O professor formula nal, ou seja, buscando modificar a postura perguntas, sobre como deve trabalhar este dos professores e professores, e por decor- ou aquele conceito na sala de aula. A gente preconceituosa? Muito grande [ Cultura e cotidiano Nova Escolar. Facetas do diamante. Seiva, Caminhos investigativos: A arqueologia do saber. Objetiva, Campus, Site Consultado: This research aims to understand the political and pedagogical foundations of that reform as well as its impacts on school practice.
Educacional Policy. A Profa. Unesp , campus de Lorena, e era Reitor 7. Serra, durante seu governo estabe- 1. Todos os alunos de 8 anos plenamente gem alfabetizados. Ensino Fundamental de 9 anos mesmo governo, revelaram que aquelas 8. Para dos problemas educacionais brasileiros. Conhecendo a escola, p. Com para toda a rede escolar. A qualidade de transformador da sociedade. Caderno do gestor.
SEE, Indicadores de qualidade do ensino na reforma educacional paulista. Cortez; Ed. USF, Eduem, Para as autoras, isso, lizado. Campo Grande-MS, n. Saviani , p. O nome do autor, retirado do documento, deve ser por extenso. Related Papers. A disciplina politica educacional em cursos de Pedagogia no Brasil: By Jefferson Mainardes and Silvana Stremel. Municipal education departments: Planning and education outcomes.