1986, English, Article edition: THE CONCEPTION OF WORK AND LABOR IN CONTEMPORARY NAHUATL-SPEAKING COMMUNITIES IN THE SIERRA DE PUEBLA Chamoux, Marie Noëlle

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  • 1986
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  • THE CONCEPTION OF WORK AND LABOR IN CONTEMPORARY NAHUATL-SPEAKING COMMUNITIES IN THE SIERRA DE PUEBLA
Author
  • Chamoux, Marie Noëlle
Published
  • HAL - CCSD
  • 1986
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  • This paper describes the representations of work and labor (tequitl, tekitl) and the corresponding concepts among the Nahua Indians of Mexico. It is based on the Nahuatl lexicon and ethnographic observations on practices and discourses. The Indians consider that each entity in the World have to do a work or office. The tequitl, or tekitl, means any difficult task, the activities of the material production, but also the social roles, the gender roles, the office of government, the chamanism, the Gods' activities.
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