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Doctoral Thesis
DOI
10.11606/T.8.2007.tde-27112009-102203
Document
Author
Full name
Elizabete Umbelino de Barros
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2007
Supervisor
Committee
Petter, Margarida Maria Taddoni (President)
Alkmim, Tania Maria
Castro, Yeda Antonita Pessoa de
Ferreira Netto, Waldemar
Leite, Marli Quadros
Title in Portuguese
Línguas e linguagens nos candomblés de nação Angola
Keywords in Portuguese
Candomblé Angola
Cultos afro-brasileiros
Léxico
Línguas do grupo banto
Línguas negro-africanas
Abstract in Portuguese
Este trabalho apresenta as línguas e as linguagens utilizadas nos Candomblés de Nação Angola, por meio do estudo de textos orais registrados em duas comunidades particulares e específicas: o Inzó Inquice Mameto Dandaluna Quissimbi Quiamaze (Inzó Dandaluna) e o Centro Religioso e Cultural das Tradições Bantu Ilê Azongá Oni Xangô (Terreiro Loabá). O estudo visa a estabelecer ligações entre a linguagem e a vivência das práticas rituais. Nesse sentido, os textos coletados são situados no contexto de sua enunciação e analisados em sua expressão e conteúdo. Nesses textos foi possível identificar apenas um léxico de origem negro-africana.
Keywords in English
Afro-brazilian worships
Angola candomblé
Bantu languages
Lexicon
Negro-african languages
Abstract in English
This work presents languages used in the Candomblés of Angola nation by a study of oral texts recorded in two particular and specified communities: Inzó Inquice Mameto Dandaluna Quissimbi Quiamaze and Centro Religioso e Cultural das Tradições Bantu Ilê Azongá Oni Xangô. This study aims to establish a link between the language and the factual experience in the practice of these rituals. The collected texts are situated in the context of their statement and are analysed in their expression and their content. Finally, it was possible to identify only a vocabulary of Negro-African origin.
 
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2011-09-14
 
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