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Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Luna Filipovic, Katarzyna M. Jaszczolt|
|Series||Human cognitive processing -- v. 36|
|LC Classifications||P299.S53 S73 2012|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||9789027223906, 9789027273611|
|LC Control Number||2012020098|
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The topic of space and time in language and culture is also represented, from a different albeit related point of view, in the sister volume Space and Time in Languages and Cultures: Linguistic diversity (HCP 36) which focuses on the language-specific vis-à-vis universal aspects of linguistic representation of spatial and temporal : Space and Time in Languages and Cultures: Linguistic Diversity (, J.
Benjamins, co-edited with L. Filipovic). The topic of space and time in language and culture is also represented, from a different point of view, in the sister volume Space and Time in Languages and Cultures: Language, culture, and cognition (HCP 37) which discusses spatial and temporal constructs in human language, Space and time in languages and cultures book, and culture in order to come closer to a better.
This volume offers novel insights into linguistic diversity in the domains of spatial and temporal reference, searching for uniformity amongst diversity. A number of authors discuss expression of dynamic spatial relations cross-linguistically in a vast range of typologically different languages such as Bezhta, French, Hinuq, Italian, Japanese, Polish, Serbian, and Spanish, among others.
The topic of space and time in language and culture is also represented, from a different point of view, in the sister volume Space and Time in Languages and Cultures: Language, Culture, and Cognition (HCP 37) which discusses spatial and temporal constructs in human language, cognition, and culture in order to come closer to a better.
The topic of space and time in language and culture is also represented, from a different albeit related point of view, in the sister volume Space and Time in Languages and Cultures: Linguistic diversity (HCP 36) which focuses on the language-specific vis-à-vis universal aspects of linguistic representation of spatial and temporal : Hardcover.
This volume is a precious collection of twenty papers from the Cambridge University Conference on Space and Time across Languages, Disciplines and Cultures. Time and space are. This is an interdisciplinary volume that focuses on the central topic of the representation of events, namely cross-cultural differences in representing time and space, as well as various aspects of the conceptualisation of space and time.
It brings together research on space and time from a variety of angles, both theoretical and methodological. Get this from a library.
Space and Time in Languages and Cultures: Language, Culture, and Cognition. [Luna Filipović; Katarzyna Jaszczolt;] -- This is an interdisciplinary volume that focuses on the central topic of the representation of events, namely cross-cultural differences in representing time and space, as well as various aspects of.
The topic of space and time in language and culture is also represented, from a different albeit related point of view, in the sister volume Space and Time in Languages and Cultures: Linguistic diversity (HCP 36) which focuses on the language-specific vis-a-vis universal aspects of linguistic representation of spatial and temporal reference.
expression of space and/or time in language and/or literature. The first section—Time and Space in Language—contains four papers which focus on linguistics i.e. explore issues relative to the expression of time and space in natural languages.
Three articles explore the expression of space from various perspectives. The topics under. Philosophy of space and time is the branch of philosophy concerned with the issues surrounding the ontology, epistemology, and character of space and such ideas have been central to philosophy from its inception, the philosophy of space and time was both an inspiration for and a central aspect of early analytic subject focuses on a number of basic issues, including.
Space, Time and Symbol in Urban Indonesian Schoolboy Gangs Foreword Occupying School Buildings in the Greece of the Memorandum: Discursive Formations around Cited by: 3. Attitudes to time may differ between different cultures in often quite significant ways. For example, being late for an appointment, or taking a long time to get down to business, is the accepted norm in most Mediterranean and Arab countries, as well as in much of less-developed Asia.
Such habits, though, would be anathema in punctuality. Space and Time in Languages and Cultures: Language, Culture, and Cognition. KimCited by: However, the particular ways that time is spatialized differ across languages and cultures.
Research done around the world has uncovered dramatic variability in representations of time across cultures and groups. Several aspects of linguistic, cultural, and personal experience appear to shape people’s temporal reasoning: by: The essays in this anthology probe and comment on the "space/time/issue between" in aesthetic or linguistic productions in a variety of cultures.
For over three decades the Southeast Conference on Foreign Languages, Literatures, and Film (SCFLLF), which convenes biennially, has been and continues to be a showcase for scholarship in the.
Linguistic Manifestations of the Space-Time (Dis) Analogy. Ronald W. Langacker - - In L. Filipovic & K. Jaszczolt (eds.), Space and Time in Languages and Cultures: Language, Culture, and Benjamins. Author: Natural Semantic Metalanguage. I am currently working on a book manuscript entitled Seoul Streets: Surface Matters, Speech Matters.
In this book I examine the conditions of modernity and colonialism in s and s Korea through the architectural and urban practices of Seoul. I read Seoul as space, language, and text in order to show how the city became a colonial discourse.
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Both of these incoming scholars work on cross-cultural connections through space and time and will add great depth Read More. So different languages certainly make us speak about space in very different ways.
But does this necessarily mean that we have to think about space differently. By now red lights should be Author: Guy Deutscher. This rich cultural history set in Punjab examines a little-studied body of popular literature to illustrate both the durability of a vernacular literary tradition and the limits of colonial dominance in British India.
Farina Mir asks how qisse, a vibrant genre of epics and romances, flourished in colonial Punjab despite British efforts to marginalize the Punjabi language. Beyza Lorenz’s research interests focus on Ottoman and Turkish literature and world literature. She particularly examines the interplay of modernity and imperialism with the experience of time and space, gender roles, and the transformation of literary genres in nineteenth- and twentieth-century literatures.
Currently, she is working on a book project on imperialist discourse in nineteenth. People's ideas of time differ across languages in other ways. For example, English speakers tend to talk about time using horizontal spatial metaphors (e.g., "The best is ahead of us," "The worst is behind us"), whereas Mandarin speakers have a vertical metaphor for time (e.g., the next month is the "down month" and the last month is the "up.
Filipovic, Luna () Space and Time across Languages, Disciplines and Cultures Vol 1: Linguistic Diversity. Human Cognitive Processing Series, John Benjamins, Amsterdam. ISBN 90 6 Full text not available from this t a copy. In the distant past, cultures, tribes, and peoples migrated often - and many times this was done in a peaceful way.
Different languages came into contact and over time, the bigger group managed to assimilate the smaller neighbor. Languages disappeared, and the speech that survived was thoroughly reshaped by loanwords and new grammatical Author: Aleksa Vučković.
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Recently, Edinburgh University Press published a volume on Slow Cinema, co-edited by Dr Tiago de Luca, lecturer in Portuguese and World Cinemas in Modern Languages and Cultures, and Nuno Barradas Jorge, researcher in film and television studies at the University of Nottingham.
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Filipovic, Luna () Space and Time across Languages, Disciplines and Cultures Vol 2: Language, Culture and Cognition. Human Cogntive Processing Series, John Benjamins, Amsterdam. ISBN 90 3 Full text not available from this t a copy. Whorf ignited a controversy when he claimed the Hopi don't speak or think about time the way Europeans do.
Malotki wrote pages to prove him. Aveni, Anthony Empires of Time. Basic Books. A discussion of calendars, clocks, and cultures, with chapters on the Maya, Aztecs, Incas, Ancient Chinese, and several other early civilizations.
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All cultures and times have their own notions of time and space. Being one of the fundamental ideas in every society they influence virtually every aspect of society. In this book the authors explain the notions of time and space in China, how culturally concrete and particularly Chinese they are and how significant such Chinese cultural-ness.
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