OS ARRANJOS COMERCIAIS DE ARTEFATOS TRADICIONAIS NO SETOR AMANÃ – RESERVA DE DESENVOLVIMENTO SUSTENTÁVEL AMANÃ

Thatyana de Souza Marques

Abstract


The production of objects for use employing traditional techniques still exists in riverine communities, despite the growing insertion of industrial objects in homes. But in general, the objects still present in such communities are not made by its residents, but bought from traders in local or regional markets. Of nineteen locations visited in the Amanã Sector - Sustainable Development Reserve of Amanã/AM - about nineteen families engage themselves in the production of artifacts for sale as a systematic economic activity. It was found that trade arrangements for the selling of artifacts by artisans of Amanã are mainly done in a straight-to-the- consumer basis, being either among families of the community or among nearby communities that usually keep a kin relationship among themselves.

Keywords


Comercialização de artefatos; Relações de parentesco; Marketing of artifacts; Kinship relationships



DOI: https://doi.org/10.31420/uakari.v4i1.37