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Canelos Quichua [electronic resource] : SD18.

Publication:
New Haven, Conn. Human Relations Area Files, 2010-
Format/Description:
Website/Database
Series:
eHRAF world cultures. South America.
eHRAF world cultures

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Subjects:
Canelo Indians.
Indians of South America -- Ecuador.
Ethnology -- Ecuador.
Ecuador -- Civilization.
System Details:
Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Summary:
This collection of 4 documents, all in English, covers the period from about 1961 to 1976, and focuses on the fieldwork of the Whittens. The major source of information will be found in Sicuanga Runa. Although this monograph focuses primarily on the site of Nueva Esperanza (Nayapi Llacta) in Ecuador in order to explore the theme of the duality of power patterning in the community, it does contain information on Canelos Quichua ethnography. Ritual structure is a study of the large-scale Ayllu ceremony held once or twice each year involving a period of from two to three weeks in initial preparation, and then its actual enactment on a final Sunday feast day. The third document, by Whitten and Whitten, is a detailed study of kinship structure and marriage among the Canelos Quichua of east-central Ecuador.
Contents:
Culture summary, Canelos Quichua / Norman E. Whitten, Jr. and Dorothea Scott Whitten
Sicuanga Runa, the other side of development in Amazonian Ecuador ; Ritual structure / Norman E. Whitten, Jr.
The structure of kinship and marriage among the Canelos Quichua of east-central Ecuador / Norman E. Whitten, Jr., and Dorothea S. Whitten.
Notes:
Title from Web page (viewed Nov. 7, 2011).
This portion of eHRAF world cultures was last updated in 2010 and is a revision and update of one portion of the microfiche file, Ecuadorian Highland Quechua, SD13.
Includes bibliographical references.
Contributor:
Whitten, Dorothea S., 1930-2011.
Human Relations Area Files, inc.
Contains:
Whitten, Norman E. Culture summary, Canelos Quichua.
Whitten, Norman E. Sicuanga Runa.
Whitten, Norman E. Ritual structure.
Whitten, Norman E. Structure of kinship and marriage among the Canelos Quichua of east-central Ecuador.
OCLC:
759946354
Access Restriction:
Restricted for use by site license.