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ERIC Number: ED019365
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1956
Pages: 1
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NOCORA, THE SUBCULTURE OF WORKERS ON A GOVERNMENT-OWNED SUGAR PLANTATION.
SEDA, ELENA PADILLA
A SUBCULTURE OF WORKERS ON A GOVERNMENT-OWNED SUGAR PLANTATION IN PUERTO RICO IS DESCRIBED IN THIS ESSAY, WHICH IS A CHAPTER IN AN EXTENSIVE FIELD STUDY OF THE CULTURAL-HISTORICAL PATTERNS OF REGIONAL SUBCULTURES IN PUERTO RICO. THE ESSAY DISCUSSES THE SETTLEMENT AND HISTORICAL DEVELOPMENT OF THE MUNICIPALITY IN THE REGION, ITS ECONOMIC PATTERNS, AND ITS SOURCES OF INCOME AND STANDARD OF LIVING. OTHER TOPICS INCLUDE THE SOCIAL AND POLITICAL STRUCTURE OF THE COMMUNITY, KINSHIP AND THE FAMILY, ORGANIZED RELIGION AND SUPERSTITION, EDUCATION, AND RECREATION. THIS DOCUMENT IS CHAPTER 8 OF JULIAN H. STEWARD, ED., "THE PEOPLE OF PUERTO RICO, A STUDY IN SOCIAL ANTHROPOLOGY," AVAILABLE FROM UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS PRESS, URBANA, ILLINOIS, FOR $10.00. (LB)
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