Cambio social y cultura: clase, poder y tradición en Timor Oriental

Palabras clave: precedencia, cambio social, doble objetividad, Timor Oriental

Resumen

En este artículo se examina la transformación del concepto de kultura en el Timor Oriental contemporáneo a partir del análisis de la renovación de las estructuras sociales del país. Teniendo en cuenta el debate sobre la revitalización de la tradición, sugerimos que, en oposición a ciertas hipótesis cuyo foco se sitúa bien en los regímenes ideológico-políticos, bien en las dimensiones económicas, el concepto de kultura puede ser también estudiado como un campo de enfrentamiento entre diversos modos de distinción social. Asimismo, planteamos que el uso de un discurso acerca de la noción de kultura que la considera como una carga no es solo una consecuencia de ese conflicto, sino igualmente un síntoma de la emergencia de un sistema híbrido de estratificación social.

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