EL CARNAVAL DE CULHUACAN: expresiones de identidad barrial

September 1992
Estudios Sobre las Culturas Contemporáneas;sep1992, Vol. 4 Issue 13/14, p163
Academic Journal
An anthropological analysis of the carnival as an object of research. This article makes reference to this particular carnival as a cultural resistance mechanism of wards to the urbanization processes. Based on symbolic and ritual interchanges, there operates between individual’s identity, processes that ratify alliances and give significance to the ward.


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