Awá Kwaiker

ETHNONYMS: Awá, Awá Cuaiquer, Coaiquer, Cuaiquer, Kuaiquer, Kwaiker


Cerón, Benhur (1986). Los awá kwaiker: Un grupo indígena de la selva pluvial del Pacífico nariñense y el noroccidente ecuatoriano. Quito: Ediciones ABYA-YALA.

Ehrenreich, Jeffrey David (1985a). Contact and Conflict: An Ethnographic Study of the Impact of Acculturation, Racism, and Benevolent Ethnocide on the Egalitarian Coaiquer Indians of Ecuador. Ann Arbor, Mich.: University Microfilms International. Translated as contacta y conflicta: El impacto de la aculturación entre los coaiquer do Ecuador. 1989. Quito: Instituto Otavaleño de Antropología; Ediciones ABYA-YALA.

Ehrenreich, Jeffrey David (1985b). "Isolation, Retreat, and Secrecy: Dissembling Behavior among the Coaiquer Indians." In Political Anthropology of Ecuador: Perspectives from Indigenous Cultures, edited by Jeffrey David Ehrenreich, 25-57. Albany: Society for Latin American Anthropology; Center for Caribbean and Latin American Studies of the State University of New York at Albany.

Ehrenreich, Jeffrey David (1990). "Shame, Witchcraft, and Social Control: A Case of an Awá Interloper." Cultural Anthropology: Journal of the Society for Cultural Anthropology 5(3): 338-357.

Ehrenreich, Jeffrey David, and Judith Kempf (1978). "Informe etnológico acerca de los indios coaiquer del Ecuador septentrional." Sarance: Journal of the Instituto Otavaleño de Antropología 6(4): 5-20, maps.

Kempf, Judith (1982). The Dynamics of Culture and Health: Disease and Healing among the Ecuadorian Coaiquer under the Impact of Acculturation. Ann Arbor, Mich.: University Microfilms International.

Osborn, Ann (1968). "Compadrazgo and Patronage: A Colombian Case." Man , n.s. 3(4): 593-608.


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