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Palavras-chave: Antropologia, turismo indígena, Guna Yala, Panamá, América Latina, Sistema turístico, Etnografia do turismo
Data: 4-Fev-2014
Resumo: This thesis is based on ethnography of the tourism system, its operation and meaning in a context of geopolitical periphery, specifically Guna Yala, an indigenous area independently of the Republic of Panama, which controls the development of their own tourism. The gunas of Guna Yala are readjusting to the new global map partly using tourism as a strategy diacritical your statement and indigenous ethnic difference. For several decades the gunas are undergoing a process of cultural change caused by turistification (intensification of tourism) and emigration to urban centers in a context of globalization social, cultural, political and economic which is to transform their cultural traditions. Currently living gunas major changes and are becoming "turistores" (tourism managers), adapting their space and time to the arrival of foreign visitors or "mergis" but trying to control, in a communal manner at all times, the tourism development and natural resources, cultural and political. Thus we can say that guna tourism is a special case of self-organization in tourism, so it becomes a tourism model to observe cultural diversity in anthropology and the social sciences. In our thesis we analyze: a) the role of tourism in the development of indigenous gunas b) their historical memories of tourism c) their systems of traditional hospitality and tourism; d) their cultures travel e) experiences and post- experiences of tourists f) the effects sociocultural, economic and environmental on the life of the gunas and tourists, and g) proposed and the imaginary future of tourism development in Guna Yala. Our research has been dominated by the anthropological approach of tourism and serves to think the meanings of the tourism system and the resulting change in the social agents that move in the field of so-called traditional indigenous cultures. The methodology has followed a strategy of mixed research (qualitative and quantitative) of the qualitative predominantly based on anthropological fieldwork and ethnographic reflexivity. This field work was initiated in 2003 in collaboration with the guna anthropologist Cebaldo de León (see www.inawinapi.com), conducting research stays in the ground for 2-3 months each year until 2010, so now this doctoral thesis is the culmination of this longitudinal field work.
Revisão por Pares: yes
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10348/2934
Tipo de Documento: Tese de Doutoramento
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