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Iron-Age Settlement and Cultural Dynamic in Northeast and North Taiwan : A Technological Approach to Ceramic Assemblages at the Chiwulan Site (Ilan, Northeast Taiwan, 650-1850A.D.)
Situated at the junction of historic times, Taiwan’s Iron Age is considered the key to understanding the origin and history of the island’s aboriginal peoples. With this perspective, this thesis focuses on the Iron Age in Northeast and North Taiwan through a research into the affiliations among cera...
Lules, isistines and mopeds in the historical account of a Jesuite mysioner at the borders of the Chaco
In this work we presented the transcript of a document written by the legal cura Pedro Juan Andreu, entitled ‘Annulliates the Historical Mission of San Estevan de los Indios Lules 1744’. The manuscript is part of the novel De Angelis Collection, acquired and preserved by the National Library of Rio...
Health consequences and aggravations evidenced by COVID-19 in Brazilian indigenous populations: an integrative review
Este estudo objetivou realizar uma revisão integrativa acerca dos estudos que identificaram a influência da pandemia na saúde de indígenas brasileiros, a fim de agrupar estas informações e gerar dados pertinentes à uma análise qualitativa. Foram realizadas buscas nas bases de dados Scielo, Pubmed e...
Pluralistic truths and transitional justice in Colombia
This article asks about the capacity of Colombian transitional justice to integrate the voice of ethnic groups and their diverse truths into the building of peace and national historical memory. The truth of marginalised groups is thus counteracting the stories of majority groups. The instruments of...
The Indian face of domesticity: Permanent domesticity and ethnicity in Monterrey, Mexico
In this article, we will analyse the importance of ethnicity in permanent domesticity — a sector of employment in which Indian people are overrepresented — and how socio-cultural differences between ethnic groups organise the labour market and relations between employers and employees in Mexico. Usi...
Ethnicity, social participation and re-infestation of housing in the Argentinian Chaco: an eco-health approach to Chagas’ disease
Re-infestation of houses and peri-homes by T. infestans in the Great Chaco region of Argentina represents a significant public health problem. Between 2008 and 2009, research was carried out in the region, using an eco-health approach, into the social, economic, health and ecological conditions invo...
Colonial legacy, linguistic disenfranchisement and the civil conflict in Sri Lanka
Polarization measures, that are used in examining the empirical relationship between ethnic divisions and violent conflict, heavily rely on mechanisms of group identification and often use somewhat arbitrary divisions of a society into ethnic groups. In this paper we construct two new measures of po...
Ethnic divisions, contract choice, and search costs in the Guatemalan land rental market
This paper shows how ethnic diversity in a context of weak property rights enforcement can result in market segmentation. The paper analyzes how contract enforcement problems affect the joint decision of partner and contract choice by landlords in the land rental market in Guatemala. The empirical m...
Being and having the inhabitants of the city of Medellín as determinants of life satisfaction
This study aims to identify and analyse the causal effects of various socio-economic and demographic factors on the satisfaction with the lives of Medellín households. To this end, we estimate a logistical model, categorising the explanatory variables into two groups: the inherent features and the c...
Cultural change as an indigenist programme: Gamio and the Inter-American Indigenous Institute (1942-1948)
Summary In the context of Mexico in the 1940s (1942-1948), and based on the consultation of various Indian official documents, in particular the considerations on the indigenous problem, this article argues that cultural change was at the heart of the idea, programme and actions of the Inter-America...
Effects of marital breakdown on women's living conditions in burkina faso
This study examines the effect of divorce and widowhood on women's living conditions using the data from a biographical retrospective survey. An analysis using linear regression with random intercepts showed that divorce or death of a spouse has a negative impact on women's standard of living, an ef...
Cultural Integration of Immigrants in Europe
The concepts of cultural diversity and cultural identity are at the forefront of the political debate in many western societies. In Europe, the discussion is stimulated by the political pressures associated with immigration flows, which are increasing in many European countries. The imperatives that...
Interstate Relations, Perceptions, and Power Balance: Explaining China’s Policies toward Ethnic Groups, 1949-1965
Why do multi-ethnic states treat various ethnic groups differently? How do ethnic groups respond to these state policies? We argue that interstate relations and ethnic group perceptions about the relative strength of competing states are important—but neglected—factors in accounting for the variatio...
The black skin in medieval science
This article shows that the colours of the skin have a history, with a particular focus on the discussions of medieval savants on black skin. The vocabulary study first shows the ambiguity of the niger adjective, an ambiguity related to the coexistence of, or even confusion between, two different co...
Education for democratic and intercultural citizenship in Colombia
Colombians live together in a context characterised by ethnic and cultural diversity. However, local, regional and national identities are built in unfavourable conditions, particularly in the neighbourhoods of cities where more and more people and families displaced by violence are home. Most of th...
Advice to the Prince, which would like to ensure the survival of French in North America
After a brief analysis of the birth rate, language transfers, endogamy rates and inter-provincial migration movements, the author takes into account the impact of major global demographic trends on the future of the French language in North America. He concluded that, in order to secure this future,...
Lebanese Chinese Lebanon: succession, conflict and dispute on a trade street in Rio de Janeiro
Saara, a popular trading region of Rio de Janeiro, characterised by the presence of ethnic groups from the Iberian and Mediterranean regions, has been receiving strong numbers of Asian immigrants since the mid-1990s, especially Chinese and Korean, whose world views contrasted with the cultural repre...
From Blondie to Bellavista: two approaches to the rituals of night-time youth consumption
In this article, the author takes a look at the generation and gender of the cultural consumption of young people from medium sectors in Chile, through an unconventional approach to night entertainment in the post-dictatorship context. The text elaborates on the ways in which society engages with yo...
Scottish Networks and their Buildings in Van Diemen’s Land and Tasmania
In den 1820er Jahren erreichte eine immer größere Zahl schottischer Siedler die Kolonie Van Diemen’s Land (das heutige Tasmanien, Australien), um dort ihnen vom Staat zugewiesenes Land zu übernehmen. Sie bildeten damals die zweitgrößte ethnische Gruppe nach den Engländern und prägten mit ihrer schie...
Beyond behavior: An intersectional analysis of the impact of sexual networks, segregation, and incarceration on disparities in STDs
There are approximately 19 million new cases of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) in the United States every year (Satterwhite et al., 2008).. Although the entire society is encumbered by the economic impact of STDs, the burden of these diseases is not equally borne along racial and gender lines....
Beyond candles and combed candles: the ethnic and generic reconstructions of Sufis Muslim chamulas in San Cristóbal de Las Casas
The article shows the ethnic and generic aspects experienced by women from San Juan Chamula, now settled in the town of San Cristóbal de Las Casas and converted to Islam, who are undergoing transformation and adaptation, bearing in mind that individual identity, in this case gender and ethnicity, is...
‘A taste of portugal’: transmigration, cultural policies and the commercialisation of ‘saudade’ in neoliberal times
In this study, we look at the changes in the location of Portuguese people as an ethnic group and the mercantilisation of sauty as ‘A flavour of Portugal’ in New Bedford (MA), a city known as the capital of Portuguese in America. The analysis takes into account the restructuring of global capitalism...
Representation of Communicative and Pragmatic Frame ‘Intellect’ In English, German and Russian Paremiological World Pictures
The purpose of the study is to conduct a cognitively-comparative analysis of the representation of the communicative-pragmatic frame intellect (Russianум, German Klugheit) objectified in proverbs of English and Russian languages, which, being a reflection of the world view of a particular ethnic gro...
Emotional facial perception development in 7, 9 and 11 year-old children: The emergence of a silent eye-tracked emotional other-race effect
The present study examined emotional facial perception (happy and angry) in 7, 9 and 11-year-old children from Caucasian and multicultural environments with an offset task for two ethnic groups of faces (Asian and Caucasian). In this task, participants were required to respond to a dynamic facial ex...
Hunger strike as a performatic device of self-imposed death
During a significant part of the 20th century and the 21st century, hunger strikes have been at the heart of the political struggles undertaken by exposed peoples and excluded groups. This work analyses hunger strike as a performative device that amplifies the feeling of oppression and injustice by...