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Title: Narrativas em negociação: o caso da invenção das tradições em Salvador
Authors: Batista, Wagner Vinhas
???metadata.dc.contributor.advisor???: Moura, Milton Araújo
Keywords: Narrativas;Etnicidade;Negritude;Tradição;Negociação
Issue Date: 5-Jul-2016
Abstract: A pesquisa mostra o caso da invenção das tradições em Salvador. Por tradição inventada, entende-se um conjunto de práticas de natureza ritual ou simbólica que expressam filiação com a comunidade. Refere-se ao conjunto de práticas encenadas em festas de cunho religioso ou civil. É compreendida como momentos de recriação das experiências em comunidade pela repetição do passado. As narrativas em negociação se referem aos enunciados articulados historicamente por objetivos híbridos e pela emergência de prioridades com outros membros da comunidade: sobreposições e deslocamentos de significados concorrentes das estratégias de representação e legitimidade cultural. Em Salvador, entre as muitas possibilidades, o presente estudo se ocupa da articulação entre as narrativas de etnicidade negra (associações exclusivas) e de negritude (associações não-exclusivas). Por associações exclusivas, entende-se todo tipo de obrigação positiva ou negativa em temos étnicos. Por sua vez, as associações não-exclusivas podem ser compreendidas como estilos de vida mundialmente difundidos. A recente construção da identidade baiana é tomada por sucessivas negociações entre as narrativas em torno da “cultura negra”, entendendo a produção narrativa como descontínua e os significados propiciados por uma estrutura da interação referendada pela negociação. This research shows the case of the invention of the traditions in Salvador. Invented tradition is taken to mean a set of practices of a ritual or symbolic nature which expresses affiliation with the community. It refers to the set of practices performed in celebrations of a religious or civilian character and encompasses moments in which communal experiences are recreated by the repetition of the past. The narratives in negotiation refer to the statements historically articulated by hybrid objectives and by the emergence of priorities together with the other members of the community: overlaps and displacements of meanings rivalling with strategies of representation and cultural legitimacy. By focusing Salvador, among many other possibilities, this study deals with the relationship between the narratives of black ethnicity (exclusive associations) and of blackness (non-exclusive associations). Exclusive associations are taken to mean any kind of positive or negative obligation in terms of ethnicity. No-exclusive associations, on the other hand, can be understood as lifestyles globally spread. The recent construction of the Bahianian identity is assumed to be a succession of negotiations among narratives about the "black culture", in which the narrative production is seen as discontinuous and the meanings are supported by a structure of interaction legitimated by negotiation.
This research shows the case of the invention of the traditions in Salvador. Invented tradition is taken to mean a set of practices of a ritual or symbolic nature which expresses affiliation with the community. It refers to the set of practices performed in celebrations of a religious or civilian character and encompasses moments in which communal experiences are recreated by the repetition of the past. The narratives in negotiation refer to the statements historically articulated by hybrid objectives and by the emergence of priorities together with the other members of the community: overlaps and displacements of meanings rivalling with strategies of representation and cultural legitimacy. By focusing Salvador, among many other possibilities, this study deals with the relationship between the narratives of black ethnicity (exclusive associations) and of blackness (non-exclusive associations). Exclusive associations are taken to mean any kind of positive or negative obligation in terms of ethnicity. No-exclusive associations, on the other hand, can be understood as lifestyles globally spread. The recent construction of the Bahianian identity is assumed to be a succession of negotiations among narratives about the "black culture", in which the narrative production is seen as discontinuous and the meanings are supported by a structure of interaction legitimated by negotiation.
URI: http://repositorio.ufba.br/ri/handle/ri/19625
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