La relación entre estructura comunitaria y economía doméstica en cacicazgos del centro y sur de América

Autores/as

  • Mauricio Murillo Herrera Universidad de Costa Rica
  • Alexander J. Martín Universidad de Pittsburgh

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.17533/udea.boan.v32n54a06

Palabras clave:

complejidad social, especialización económica, red social, América Central, América del Sur

Resumen


El artículo explora la relación entre las estructuras comunitarias y la economía doméstica en el marco del desarrollo social precolombino, a partir tres estudios de caso: la región de San Ramón, en Costa Rica, y las regiones de Quijos y Manabí, en Ecuador. A partir del análisis de los estudios de caso, se propone que la forma en que las comunidades precolombinas se estructuraban tuvo una incidencia directa en la especialización económica, aunque esto no necesariamente siempre aparece en conjunto con mayor complejidad política.
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Biografía del autor/a

Mauricio Murillo Herrera, Universidad de Costa Rica

PhD en Antropología. Escuela de Antropología, Universidad de Costa Rica (San José, Costa Rica).

Alexander J. Martín, Universidad de Pittsburgh

PhD en Antropología. Centro de Arqueología Comparada, Universidad de Pittsburgh (Pittsburgh, PA, Estados Unidos).

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2017-07-01

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Murillo Herrera, M., & Martín, A. J. (2017). La relación entre estructura comunitaria y economía doméstica en cacicazgos del centro y sur de América. Boletín De Antropología, 32(54), 101–125. https://doi.org/10.17533/udea.boan.v32n54a06

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