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Segunda parte de La crónica del Perú: que trata del señorío de los Incas by: Cieza de León, Pedro de, ; Jiménez de la Espada. Cronica del gran regno del Peru, con la descrittione di tutte le provincie e costumi e riti scritta da Pietro di Cieca di Lione in lingua spagnuola, tradotto nella. Pedro de Cieza's chronicles about the conquest of Peru have been hailed as some of von Hagen (or nine according to Pedro R. León), but, surprisingly, none.
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It is designed to explore cultural phenomena where the researcher observes society from the point of view of the subject of the study. An ethnography is a means to represent graphically and in writing the culture of a group; the word can thus be said to have a double meaning, which depends on whether it is used as a count noun or uncountable.
The resulting field study or a case report reflects the knowledge and the system of meanings in the lives of a cultural group; as a method of data collection, ethnography entails examining the behaviour of the participants in a certain specific social situation and understanding their interpretation of such behaviour.
Dewan further elaborates that this behaviour may be shaped by the constraints the participants feel because of the situations they are in or by the society in which they belong.
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Ethnography, as the presentation of empirical data on human societies and cultures, was pioneered in the biological and cultural branches of anthropology , but it has become popular in the social sciences in general—sociology, communication studies, history—wherever people study ethnic groups, compositions, social welfare characteristics, spirituality, a people's ethnogenesis.
The typical ethnography is a holistic study and so includes a brief history, an analysis of the terrain, the climate, the habitat. In all cases, it should be reflexive , make a substantial contribution toward the understanding of the social life of humans, have an aesthetic impact on the reader, express a credible reality.
An ethnography records all observed behavior and describes all symbol-meaning relations, using concepts that avoid causal explanations. Traditionally, ethnography was focussed on the western gaze towards the far'exotic' east, but now researchers are undertaking ethnography in their own social environment.
Ethnographic studies focus on large cultural groups of people. Ethnography is a set of qualitative methods that are used in social sciences that focus on the observation of social practices and interactions. Its aim is to observe a situation without imposing any deductive structure or framework upon it and to view everything as strange or unique; the field of anthropology originated from Europe and England designed in late 19th century. It spread its roots to the United States at the beginning of the 20th century; some of the main contributors like E.
Tylor from Britain and Lewis H. Morgan , an American scientist were considered as founders of cultural and social dimensions.
Franz Boas , Bronislaw Malinowski , Ruth Benedict , Margaret Mead , were a group of researchers from the United States who contributed the idea of cultural relativism to the literature.
Boas's approach focused on the use of documents and informants, whereas Malinowski stated that a researcher should be engrossed with the work for long periods in the field and do a participant observation by living with the informant and experiencing their way of life.
He gives the viewpoint of the native and this became the origin of field work and field methods. Since Malinowski was firm with his approach he applied it and traveled to Trobriand Islands which are located off the eastern coast of New Guinea , he was interested in learning the language of the islanders and stayed there for a long time doing his field work.
The field of ethnography became popular in the late 19th century, as many social scientists gained an interest in studying modern society. Again, in the latter part of the 19th century, the field of anthropology became a good support for scientific formation.
Though the field was flourishing, it had a lot of threats to encounter. Postcolonialism , the research climate shifted towards feminism. Therefore, the field of anthropology moved into a discipline of social science. Thilo in Herodotus , known as the Father of History, had significant works on the cultures of various peoples beyond the Hellenic realm such as the Scythians , which earned him the title "philobarbarian", may be said to have produced the first works of ethnography.
There are different forms of ethnography: confessional ethnography. Two popular forms of ethnography are realist critical ethnography. Realist ethnography is a traditional approach used by cultural anthropologists.
Characterized by Van Maanen, it reflects a particular instance taken by the researcher toward the individual being studied. It's an objective study of the situation Cajamarca Cajamarca known by the Cajamarca Quechua name, Kashamarka, is the capital and largest city of the Cajamarca Region as well as an important cultural and commercial center in the northern Andes.
It is located in the northern highlands of Peru at 2, m above sea level in the valley of the Mashcon river. Cajamarca had an estimated population of about , inhabitants in , making it the 13th largest city in Peru. Cajamarca has a mild highland climate, the area has a fertile soil; the city is well known for its dairy products and mining activity in the surroundings.
Translated by L. Clark Keating.
In Biblioteca Peruana, Serie 1, Vol. III: 9— Lima:  Editores Tecnicos Asociados. Interpretation of the original by Luis Bustios  Galvez. In Biblioteca Peruana, Serie 1,  Vol. Lima: Editores Tecnicos Asociados. In Los pequenos grandes libros de historia americana. Francisco A. Loayza ed. IB, Lima. Google Scholar Murua, Martin de Historia del origen y geneologia real de los incas. Madrid: Edition of Constantino Bayle .
In Coleccion de libros y documentos referentes a la  historia del Peru. He warned them that people would come saying that they were the Viracocha, their creator, and that the people should not believe the impostors, but that in the coming ages he would send his messengers to teach and support them. And having said this, he and his two companions went into the ocean and walked away over the waters, without sinking, as if they had been walking on land.
Immediately upon entering the country, he began studying Quechua, the language of the Incas, until he became proficient enough to be named official interpreter for the royal court. He was skilled enough in the native language that his first publications were Spanish-Quechua dictionaries. Betanzos married one of the former Inca princesses and lived in Cuzco, compiling data and observations first hand until , when his major treatise on the traditions and history of the Andean Indians, Suma y Narracion de Los Incas, appeared.
He had white hairs, was slender, walked with a staff, and he taught the people with great love, calling them all his sons and daughters. This man, they say, spoke all of the languages of the provinces better than the natives, and they called him Tonapa or Tarapaca Viracochanpa Chayachicachan or Pacchacan and Bicchhaycamayoc Cunacaycamayoc … He chastised the people with great love by the apotampo, [inn or lodging house], and they listened to him with rapt attention, receiving the stick from his hand, such that in a stick they received what he preached to them, indicating and emphasizing each chapter of the discourse.
This man called Thonapa, they say, journeyed through all the provinces of the Collasuyos, preaching tirelessly. This Thonapa they say cursed a certain city to be drowned, and today it is called Yamqui Capacocha, the lake, which all the Indians say was anciently a principal city, and now it is a lake. Another thing they say is that on top of a high hill called Cachapucara there was an idol in the form of a woman, and they say that Tunapa hated this idol, and afterwards he caused fire to come down and burn the hill and the idol, destroying and melting the hill as if it had been wax, and even today there are remnants of that awesome miracle, never before heard of in the world.
They say that Tunapa continued his course by the river Chacamarca until he came to the sea, and from there he crossed the strait to the other sea. This has been verified by extremely ancient Incas.
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He was a creator god who came to visit the men he had created, to instruct and organize them. With white skin and a medium to large build, he wore a white tunic girded at the waist that hung down to his feet.
Past his youth, he was slender and had white hair.
When he walked, he carried a staff and a book in his hands, and sometimes he was seen with a crown on his head.In December , a DVD was created containing nearly 10, items. At this time the collection gained an additional million volumes housed in the former National Library in Ueno. In , when Spain's main bibliographic institutions - the National Newspaper Library, the Spanish Bibliographic Institute and the Centre for Documentary and Bibliographic Treasures - were incorporated into the Biblioteca Nacional, the library was established as the State Repository of Spain's Cultural Memory , making all of Spain's bibliographic output on any media available to the Spanish Library System and national and international researchers and cultural and educational institutions.
Madrid: Biblioteca de Autores Espanoles. It is located in the northern highlands of Peru at 2, m above sea level in the valley of the Mashcon river.
Download preview PDF. Loayza ed. After completing his military duties, he would interview the amautas and orejones, the surviving wise men and noblemen of the Incas, as well as qualified Spaniards to learn all he could about the history and traditions of the conquered Inca empire. The Roman Curia is sometimes anglicized as the Court of Rome , as in the Act of Parliament that forbade appeals to it from England , it assists the Pope in carrying out his functions.
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