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The Culture of Marginality: The Teenek Portrayal of Social Difference

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The marginality of the Teenek Indians of Mexico gives rise to discourses among this group that serve to justify its relegation to the fringes of modern life. Those discourses reflect a concrete, inexorable, social, economic, and political situation that is reformulated in the Teenek system of representation. This article explores the problem of constructing an ethnic identity as it is reflected in the realities and world views of the indigenous microcosm facing national society.
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hal-03303691 , version 1 (03-08-2021)

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Anath Ariel de Vidas. The Culture of Marginality: The Teenek Portrayal of Social Difference. Ethnology, 2002, 41 (3), pp.209-224. ⟨10.2307/4153026⟩. ⟨hal-03303691⟩
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