|作者：||Enrique Alonso-Población,, Alberto Fidalgo-Castro,, María JesÚs Pena-Castro|
1Arthropology Lab. Research Fellow.
2 Department of Anthropology (DAN), University of Brasília (UnB). Postdoctoral Research Fellow (PNPD – CAPES).
3 Department of Social Psychology and Anthropology, University of Salamanca. Professor of Social and Cultural Anthropology.
|刊名：||Sociologus, 2018, Vol.68 (2), pp.107-124|
|来源数据库：||Duncker & Humblot|
|关键词：||Precedence; Social change; Double objectivity; Revival of tradition; Timor-Leste;|
|原始语种摘要：||In this paper, we analyse a discourse around the notions of kultura (from the Portuguese “cultura” ) , adat (from the Indonesian “custom” or “tradition”) or lisan (in Tetun) in contemporary Timor-Leste and explore its contemporary strengthening. On the basis of ethnographic evidence, we suggest that beyond hypotheses explaining the revitalization of traditions as primary or secondary effects of changes in political or religious regimes, economic conditions, or power disputes between different socioeconomic groups, the contemporary dynamics of revitalization and devitalization of traditions in contemporary Timor-Leste can best be interpreted as a tension between different modes of social differentiation and the very definition of the operation of power.|