• Comprender la agricultura en los Andes peruanos: Economía y política en la comunidad de Yanque (Caylloma, Arequipa)

      Sánchez Dávila, Mario Elmer (Escuela de Antropología de la Universidad Academia de Humanismo Cristiano (UAHC), 2017-04)
      This paper analyzes agriculture in the andean world through the case of the community of Yanque, district of Caylloma province, department of Arequipa (Peru). Agriculture is the main social activity because of the vital collective importance of its economic and politics dimensions, that show how Yanque is an Andean community that, in the 21st century, continues to preserve the tradition of its cultural heritages while it is inserted in modern social changes that entail the dynamic processes of interrelation with urban and global capitalist societies.
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    • Comprender la agricultura en los Andes Peruanos: Religión en la comunidad de Yanque (Caylloma, Arequipa)

      Sánchez Dávila, Mario Elmer (Centro de Estudios Antropológicos Luis Eduardo Valcárcel, 2017-09)
      Este artículo analiza la agricultura en el mundo Andino a través del caso la comunidad de Yanque, distrito de la provincia de Caylloma, departamento de Arequipa (Perú). La agricultura es su principal actividad social debido a la importancia colectiva no sólo de sus manifestaciones económicas y políticas, sino también religiosas. Por eso, este artículo se enfoca en las expresiones religiosas más visibles: el sincretismo católico-quechua y la fiesta laboral ritualizada del Yarqa Aspiy.
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    • Hacia una antropología digital en los Andes peruanos: teorías y estudios

      Sánchez Dávila, Mario Elmer (Red Europa América Latina de Comunicación y Desarrollo, 2016-06)
      This paper explores theories and studies to a proposal for digital anthropology in the Peruvian Andes. On the one hand, this paper explains the theoretical foundations on which digital anthropology in the Peruvian Andes is base on, emphasizing 1) The origins of digital anthropology (on a political economy of the mass media and post-colonial approach to new ICT); and 2) Digital technology as social practice (on the discourses as micro-representations ideological and power relationships; the uses and conditions of productive, economic and technical domestication; the role of contexts, actors, purposes and results; and a policy of digitization in the processes of empowerment and inclusion). On the other hand, this paper presents a bibliographical balance of the studies on the new ICT in the Peruvian Andes (on identity expression, productive development and formal education in the Andean world).
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    • Nuevas TIC en los Andes peruanos: fundamentos teóricos y balance bibliográfico

      Sánchez Dávila, Mario Elmer (Universidad de Lima, 2012-12)
      t. On the one hand, this paper explains the theoretical foundations on which this proposal for digital anthropology in the Peruvian Andes is based (on the origins of digital anthropology, discussions on oral and written technology, and theories of digital technology as social practice). And, on the other hand, this paper presents a bibliographical balance of the studies on the new ICT in the Peruvian Andes (on identity expression, productive development and formal education in the Andean world).
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