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Título: Folk culture and political power: practices and representations of moliceiro culture in Portugal, cultural sociology
Autor: Sarmento, Clara
Palavras-chave: Folk culture
Political power
Moliceiro
Resistance
Discourse
Folklore
Representation
Power
Portugal
Data: 2009
Editora: Sage
Resumo: This article analyses the painted panels of the moliceiro boat, a traditional working boat of the Ria de Aveiro region of Portugal. The article examines how the painted panels have been invented and reinvented over time. The boat and its panels are contextualized both within the changing socio-economic conditions of the Ria de Aveiro region, and the changing socio-political conditions of Portugal throughout the 20th century and until the present day. The article historically analyses the social significance of ‘moliceiro culture’, examining in particular the power relations it expresses and its ambiguous past and present relationships with the political and the economic powers of the Portuguese state. The article unpacks some of the complexity of the relations that have pertained between public and private, local and national, folk culture and ‘art’, and popular and institutional in the Ria de Aveiro region in particular, and Portugal more generally.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10400.22/658
Versão do Editor: http://cus.sagepub.com/content/3/3.toc
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