• Representación de raza, clase y moral en la televisión del Perú. Un análisis social de “Magaly TeVe” y “Al fondo hay sitio”

      Sánchez Dávila, Mario Elmer (Universidad San Martín de Porres, 2013-12)
      This article proposes to analyze the representation of race, class and moral in television phenomena “Magaly TeVe” and “Al fondo hay sitio” from an anthropological glance of the television, and understanding their communicative, discursive and social dimensions. On one hand, after analyzing the discourse of “Magaly TeVe”, it was easy to see that the why and how the success of the communication strategy for this television phenomenon closely imposes moral and socially shared codes, and a configured mode of organization, relationship and interaction already validated in our social fabric. On the other hand, after analyzing the discourse of “Al fondo hay sitio”, it was easy to see that we have confused, naively, inclusion with redemption within a framework of convergence space-time of two contradictory cultural codes that permanently relate and interact from guidelines of race and class that function as semantic cores that shape, on the other hand, a determined social relationship and interaction of power and symbolic violence between his characters.
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    • La vida social de las imágenes. Una antropología posestructural de los mundos audiovisuales

      Sánchez Dávila, Mario Elmer (Universidad Nacional de La Plata, 2016-12)
      This paper proposes to build a post-structural anthropological theoretical framework to analyze the audiovisual worlds in a critical way; for producers and consumers to analyze the ideological discourses used to construct visual representations of us, others and the world in order to negotiate positions of power and contextual relationships of domination and oppression among social actors.
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    • Yanque en el valle del Colca (Caylloma, Arequipa). Historia y cultura en los siglos XV-XX

      Sánchez Dávila, Mario Elmer (Grupo Haucaypata, 2017-11)
      This article reconstructs, by means of archival sources (ethno-historical and anthropological), a history of the privileged and strategic political and economic position of Yanque in the Colca Valley: as a central seat of power of the Collagua estate which controlled the north, east and southeast parts of the Valley from the X to XV centuries; as a center of administration of Inca Tahuantinsuyu, in the Valley from the XV to XVI centuries; as the center of the municipality and region during the Spanish viceroyalty, from the XVI to XVIII centuries; as the capital of the province of Caylloma since the mid-nineteenth century to the early twentieth century, in the “Aristocratic Republic”; and as a tourist area where the largest number of hotels across the Valley is concentrated, since the late twentieth century to the present.
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