Socio-cultural aspects of a Satere-Mawé circle game – Amazonase (praxiological analysis)

Aspectos sócio-culturais de um jogo de Satere-Mawé circle - Amazonase (análise praxiológica)

Authors

  • Miriam Martins Vieira de Souza
  • Artemis de Araujo Soares

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.46814/lajdv4n3-005

Keywords:

cacuri, socio-motor practices, sateré-mawé, indigenous play

Abstract

This work aimed to analyze the socio-motor and cultural representations present in the circle game, called CACURI, typical of the Sateré-Mawé/AM People. Under the focus of motor Praxiology we can define Cacuri as a socio-motor activity characterized as CAI in the classification of P. Parlebas, that is, it is performed with Companion, in the presence of Adversary and without Instability in the physical surroundings. In view of the theories of corporeity we can perceive the forms of socio-cultural representations and from this look it is undeniable that children learn by playing, recreating their day life, without any conscious intention of a productive survival activity, only by simply copying adult life. Therefore we are faced with another point to be analyzed in the face of corporeity, because fishing with Cacuri is carried out by the men of the community and the game is typical of the girl’s imaginary world.

Published

2022-05-05

How to Cite

DE SOUZA, M. M. V. .; SOARES, A. de A. . Socio-cultural aspects of a Satere-Mawé circle game – Amazonase (praxiological analysis): Aspectos sócio-culturais de um jogo de Satere-Mawé circle - Amazonase (análise praxiológica). Latin American Journal of Development, [S. l.], v. 4, n. 3, p. 695–703, 2022. DOI: 10.46814/lajdv4n3-005. Disponível em: https://latinamericanpublicacoes.com.br/ojs/index.php/jdev/article/view/1054. Acesso em: 17 may. 2022.