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Diálogo andino

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MORALES, Héctor et al. FROM THE FAMILY JOURNEY UNTIL THE GRANDOTES: GOODS, COMMUNITY AND BORDER AT THE PUNA ATACAMEÑA DURING THE 20TH CENTURY. Diálogo Andino [online]. 2019, n.59, pp.21-35. ISSN 0719-2681.  http://dx.doi.org/10.4067/S0719-26812019000200021.

It has been extensively written about the journeys made in the puna of Atacama, journeys from both sides of the Andes. In between rural places, routes through which people have moved are intertwined. Coming and going, social relations that covered more extensive territories than the community/locality itself have been constructed. Traditionally, the community has been understood as the socio-organizational unit of the human groups that inhabit the Puna de Atacama, to a certain extent as a spatial closure of social relations, a theoretical-analytical perspective that leaves shadowy spaces that end up constituting a stable imaginary of these groups. These shadows have made invisible the ways in which social relations have been built in territories that exceed the local, and that can be represented by forms of families and leadership or “big men”, which are part of the sociological substratum of the inhabiting way in the Puna area. Three types of trips will be described as they give an impression of the organizational features of the atacama and colla indigenous groups in the area, illustrating the emergence of new forms of socio-political construction expressed in different forms of leadership.

Palabras clave : Exchange; families; leadership; community; Caciques.

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