TIL FESTBANKET I JUNCAL: Madens sociale og kulturelle betydning hos nogle indianere i Andes

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  • Niels Fock

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Niels Fock: Banquets in Juncal: Social

and Cultural Significance of Food among

some Andean Indians

This article is primarily an ethnographical

description and analysis of food production

and consumption in the Ecuadorian village

of Juncal in the Canar highlands. The kind of

foodstuff used, its value as nutrition and as

gastronomical and dietetic regimen is

analysed from cognitive and social points of

view. In the near self-supplying community

where money is scarce, food takes on

fundamental importance in various social

situations as the symbolic means of

exchange. An important distinction is

established between the wet daily food and

the dry banquet food consumed at public

feasts.

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1998-12-01

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Fock, N. (1998). TIL FESTBANKET I JUNCAL: Madens sociale og kulturelle betydning hos nogle indianere i Andes. Tidsskriftet Antropologi, (39). Hentet fra https://tidsskrift.dk/tidsskriftetantropologi/article/view/115168

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