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Valentine Roux
CNRS, Université de Paris Nanterre
Francia
Vol. 30 (2020), Monográfico, Páginas 15-34
DOI: https://doi.org/10.30827/cpag.v30i0.15370
Recibido: May 18, 2020 Publicado: Dec 31, 2020
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En este documento, sostengo en primer lugar que el análisis tecnológico de las cerámicas arqueológicas en términos de Cadenas Operativas es un enfoque cualitativo privilegiado para reconstruir las redes tecnológicas, es decir, las redes de productores de objetos socialmente vinculados. Se trata de un primer paso antes de explicar fenómenos dinámicos como la difusión de técnicas o la aparición de normas compartidas a nivel de la población. El segundo paso consiste en recurrir a regularidades sociológicas, ya que la Arqueología por sí sola no puede proporcionar una resolución temporal ajustada para evaluar cómo las interacciones a nivel microeconómico podrían haber incrementado en los cambios. En la segunda parte del documento, doy ejemplos arqueológicos e ilustro cómo utilizar las regularidades sociológicas para explicar la dinámica del pasado.

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