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Práticas corporais na colônia japonesa de Ivoti, Rio Grande do Sul (década de 1980 à década de 2010)

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Práticas corporais na colônia japonesa de Ivoti, Rio Grande do Sul (década de 1980 à década de 2010)

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Título Práticas corporais na colônia japonesa de Ivoti, Rio Grande do Sul (década de 1980 à década de 2010)
Autor Ledur, Josiana Ayala
Orientador Mazo, Janice Zarpellon
Data 2017
Nível Mestrado
Instituição Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul. Escola de Educação Física. Programa de Pós-Graduação em Ciências do Movimento Humano.
Assunto Colônia japonesa
Corporal Practices
Cultural History
História cultural
História do esporte
Japanese Colony of Ivoti
Práticas corporais
Sport History
Resumo This study aims to understand how japanese corporal practices were renegotiated in Japanese Colony of Ivoti, Rio Grande do Sul, from the decades of 1980 to 2010. For that, we have used the theoretical perspectives from recognized authors of Cultural History field. Regarding the methodological procedures of this investigation, these were constructed from the collection of information in documentary and imagery sources, in addition to Oral History. The next step consisted in submitting these sources to the analysis, and for each of them a specific technique was adopted, namely: the documentary sources were submitted to documentary analysis, the imagery sources were analyzed and interpreted following the steps of iconographic analysis and the Oral sources in turn followed the technique of content analysis. In dealing with representations of corporal practices in the Japanese Colony of Ivoti, we seek both to describe their historical processes and to discuss how they were conceived and renegotiated in this social space. In the same way we seek to list some of the cultural elements present in each one of them. In according with we have exposed, based on this version of Japanese corporal practices in the Ivoti Colony, it was possible to perceive that the culture of this group of Japanese-Brazilians, although it have faced difficulties in the early days, was not lost with the migratory movement. Otherwise, this group through the cultivation of corporal practices, such as, for example, Gateball, Judo, Odori, Sumo and Undokai, sought to differentiate themselves from other ethnic groups that made up the society in which they were inserted.
Tipo Dissertação
URI http://hdl.handle.net/10183/168873
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