Oral Tradition in the Culture Boyacense

Oral Tradition in the Culture Boyacense
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Oral Tradition in the Culture Boyacense

Orality is the most natural, basic and original form of human production. It exists by itself and can be approached from tradition and cultural identity of people, in this case, Boyacá. The objective of this paper is to generate a discussion and public recognition of certain Boyacá’s characters who...

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Translated title: Tradición oral en la cultura boyacense
Journal Title: Desarrollo, Economía y Sociedad
Main Author: Jaime Enrique Araque Hernández
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Get full text: http://www.revistasjdc.com/main/index.php/deyso/article/view/266
Resource type: Journal article
Source: Desarrollo, Economía y Sociedad; Vol 2, No 1 (Year 2013).
Publisher: Fundación Universitaria Juan de Castellanos
Usage rights: Reconocimiento - NoComercial - SinObraDerivada (by-nc-nd)
Subjects: Social Sciences --> Agricultural Economics & Policy
Social Sciences --> Business
Social Sciences --> Economics
Social Sciences --> Health Policy & Services
Social Sciences --> Industrial Relations & Labor
Social Sciences --> Management
Social Sciences --> Planning & Development
Social Sciences --> Political Science
Social Sciences --> Public Administration
Social Sciences --> Social Issues
Social Sciences --> Social Sciences, Interdisciplinary
Abstract: Orality is the most natural, basic and original form of human production. It exists by itself and can be approached from tradition and cultural identity of people, in this case, Boyacá. The objective of this paper is to generate a discussion and public recognition of certain Boyacá’s characters who magnified their stories through the spoken word and Identity of our people. In the course of the text, everyday situations are narrated by farmers, who disclosed the cultural and social richness registered in our Orality. This is the source which maintains, creates and recreates the passing of the days of a people struggling to not disappear.
Translated abstract: La oralidad es la forma más natural, elemental y original de la producción humana. Existe por sí misma y puede ser abordada desde la tradición y la identidad cultural de los pueblos, en este caso, Boyacá. El objetivo de este artículo es generar reflexión y reconocimiento a la memoria pública de ciertos personajes boyacenses, que engrandecieron con sus historias, a través de la palabra hablada, la identidad de nuestro pueblo. En el recorrido del texto se relatan situaciones cotidianas narradas por campesinos, quienes dan a conocer la riqueza cultural y social inscrita en nuestra oralidad. Esta es la fuente que mantiene, crea y recrea el transcurrir de los días de un pueblo que lucha por no desaparecer.