Science topic

Anthropological Linguistics - Science topic

Anthropological linguistics is the study of the relations between language and culture and the relations between human biology, cognition and language. This strongly overlaps the field of linguistic anthropology, which is the branch of anthropology that studies humans through the languages that they use.
Filters
All publications are displayed by default. Use this filter to view only publications with full-texts.
Publications related to Anthropological Linguistics (778)
Sorted by most recent
Article
Full-text available
As an agrarian state, agrarian reform is an important issue for Indonesia.The facts show that agrarian reform is not only an effort to save agrarian resources as productive land but also as a language revitalization in Indonesia. This qualitative study examined some quantitative data that have been collected by official government and private insti...
Article
Full-text available
This article discusses the construction of the kerata basa discourse and the meaning of cultural teachings from the discourse with an anthropological linguistic approach. Data on the kerata basa discourse was collected from observations and interviews in the Cirebon Regency area as well as literature studies. The construction of the kerata basa dis...
Article
Full-text available
Article review : As an agrarian state, agrarian reform is an important issue for Indonesia.The facts show that agrarian reform is not only an effort to save agrarian resources as productive land but also as a language revitalization in Indonesia. This qualitative study examined some quantitative data that have been collected by offi cial government...
Article
Full-text available
As an agrarian state, agrarian reform is an important issue for Indonesia.The facts show that agrarian reform is not only an effort to save agrarian resources as productive land but also as a language revitalization in Indonesia. This qualitative study examined some quantitative data that have been collected by official government and private insti...
Article
Full-text available
As an agrarian state, agrarian reform is an important issue for Indonesia.The facts show that agrarian reform is not only an effort to save agrarian resources as productive land but also as a language revitalization in Indonesia. This qualitative study examined some quantitative data that have been collected by offi cial government and private inst...
Article
Full-text available
As an agrarian state, agrarian reform is an important issue for Indonesia.The facts show that agrarian reform is not only an effort to save agrarian resources as productive land but also as a language revitalization in Indonesia. This qualitative study examined some quantitative data that have been collected by offi cial government and private...
Article
Full-text available
As an agrarian state, agrarian reform is an important issue for Indonesia. The facts show that agrarian reform is not only an effort to save agrarian resources as productive land but also as a language revitalization in Indonesia. This qualitative study examined some quantitative data that have been collected by official government and private inst...
Article
Full-text available
The term "transhumanism" has emerged in connection with the development of artificial intelligence and, more recently, with the robotization of thinking and communication. It imprints a new concern with philosophical debates on new topics related to transhumanism. Extensive fields of socio-humanistic sciences and disciplines are involved in these d...
Article
Full-text available
The existence of tourism in the community provides an opportunity for the use of various language domains. The use of language by tour guides in National Park of Bantimurung Bulusaraung, Maros Regency, which is a Bugis-Makassar ethnic community, now used not only the regional language domain, Indonesian language, but also the Makassar Malay languag...
Article
Full-text available
Leadership as an indispensable element of social relations is an object of research within different schools of thought; however, its common understanding has not been developed yet. Different authors share the opinion that leadership includes authority, ability to lead, take decisions, influence people, organize and structure group interaction, un...
Chapter
Full-text available
In the multifaceted and jagged scene of the second half of the twentieth century, in which almost all fields of knowledge experienced the fruitfulness and the drift of contamination between disciplinary areas, methodological procedures and objects of investigation, Derrida’s paradigm of “deconstruction” had particular resonance. Already from the fi...
Presentation
Full-text available
As social justice moves to the forefront of curriculum-building, professional development for teachers has focused on decolonization and its manifestation in the language classroom. In neocolonial curricula, second-language and heritage learners alike are taught that they must learn an ‘academic’ repertoire if they are to use the target language ac...
Preprint
Full-text available
New language varieties and co-developing new speech styles come about as the result of language shift, but they also develop through the copying of speech styles while maintaining one's primary language. The present contribution aims to investigate such socio-linguistic situations, with a special focus on Africa. As a result of colonialism and urba...
Poster
Full-text available
Capturing the intense interest in research on Englishes worldwide, Bloomsbury Advances in World Englishes promotes approaches to the complexities of world Englishes from a multitude of linguistic perspectives. Responding to recent trends in socio-cognitive, critical sociolinguistic, contact linguistic and communication-based research, books in this...
Article
Full-text available
The topic matter of the research is the system of methods, forms and means of organizing the project-research activities among middle school students in the Russian language classes. This fact determines the work as practice-oriented: the authors of the article make an attempt to formulate and propose their own topics of projects and researches in...
Article
Full-text available
The paper focuses on culturally relevant properties of personal memory and the potential of natural languages in codifying them. The study is based on one of the key postulates of anthropological linguistics stating that dynamic changes in human mentality, cultural developments and newly accumulated knowledge find their reflection in the lexical su...
Article
Full-text available
This article is intended to highlight the linguistic principle proposed by anthropological linguists, “Language is a mirror of the culture.” The purpose of the study attempts to explore foreign language teaching and foreign language learning from the perspective of language shapes thought and to improve language learning through cross-cultural comm...
Article
Full-text available
This article is intended to highlight the linguistic principle proposed by anthropological linguists, “Language is a mirror of the culture.” The purpose of study attempts to explore foreign language teaching and learning from the perspective of language shapes thought and to improve language learning through a cross a cross-cultural communication....
Article
Full-text available
The Concept of Conflict in Sociolinguistic, Interactional and Narrative Studies: An Epistemological and Theoretical-Analytical. Review revisits the definition of conflict in the studies of anthropology, linguistic anthropology, sociolinguistics, interactional sociolinguistics, and talk-in-interaction. We will also explore how linguistic communities...
Article
Full-text available
Taking up the trinomial “fat, Black, and ugly” as a discomforting point of departure, this piece explores several ways fatness and Blackness are discursively constructed as social comorbidities for feminine people and examines how this discourse affects lived experience. It considers how the discursive field in which “fat, Black, and ugly” dwells t...
Article
Full-text available
Shaun Tyan Gin Lim, and Francesco Perono Cacciafoco. (2021). Discovering Unwritten Stories: A Modular Case Study in Promoting Landscape Education. Education Sciences (Special Issue "An Educational Approach to Landscape"), 11(2), 68: 1-16 - Landscapes have been and are an important aspect of any society, culture, economy and environment. Besides...
Chapter
Full-text available
El presente texto examina el concepto de agencia infantil en comunidades históricas tsotsiles, de Chiapas, México, desde un enfoque émico y etnográfico basado en el seguimiento longitudinal, por tres décadas, de las trayectorias de vida de varios niños, niñas y jóvenes de estas comunidades. Inicia con una revisión del origen, desarrollo y debates e...
Article
Full-text available
"La pregunta por la evolución del lenguaje adviene, por lo menos, del siglo XVIII; pensadores como James Burnett, Johann Gottfried Herder o Max Müller brindaron importantes reflexiones. A fines del XIX, el naturalista Charles Darwin (1871) sostuvo que, aunque diversas especies poseen formas de comunicación sonora, el “lenguaje articulado” solo esta...
Article
Full-text available
There have been various studies on the passage of Philippians 1:15-18 but there have been few studies on a hybrid aspect of Christian identity implicated in the passage. The aim of the study was to reveal a hybrid aspect of the passage. The socio-historical setting for the study was the Greco-Roman period. For this study, I employed rhetorical c...
Article
Full-text available
Aims and objectives This paper captures social dimensions of language in highly diverse small-scale multilingual contexts that appear to pose challenges for (socio)linguistic description and documentation. I focus on the seeming contradiction of monolingual imaginations of places with heterogeneous and multilingual inhabitants, on great fluidity an...
Article
Full-text available
This dissertation examines how listeners' knowledge of interspeaker variability guides their generalization of perceptual learning in multi-talker listening. A series of perceptual learning experiments are conducted to evaluate whether listeners generalize what they have learned about a previous talker's production of sibilants and stop VOT to anot...
Article
Full-text available
[Diminutives in the animistic language use of the eastern Finnic peoples] Diminutives are significantly more used in the languages of the eastern Finnic peoples (Veps, Karelians, Ludians) than others (especially Estonians or Finns). This could be explained by the long-term influence of the Russian language, which is extremely rich in diminutives....
Article
Full-text available
We present the alphabetical list of the names and institutions of blind peer reviewers who have dedicated their time and expertise to the Journal American Indigenous Languages (LIAMES), volume 20, evaluating articles submitted during the year of 2020. The Editorial Committee thanks to all of them for their commitment in making the LIAMES a Journal...
Thesis
Full-text available
Micromaterialism or Nanomaterialism is a scientific philosophical approach coined by the scientist and philosopher Foyez Ahmed. Ahmed developed this theory while he was researching in Mechanical Materialism and wrote a book named ‘Micromaterialism’. Micromaterialism provides a more scientific and comprehensive world outlook on which historical mate...
Book
Full-text available
Expressives in the South Asian Linguistic Area o fers the rst comprehensive account of this important understudied word class from synchronic, diachronic, literary, and descriptive perspectives. The work contains studies from the four major language families of South Asia (Indo-Aryan, Dravidian, Austroasiatic, Tibeto-Burman) and covers domains in s...
Article
Full-text available
The interconnectedness of language and culture has attracted the attention of scholars in philosophy, sociology, anthropology, linguistics, and applied linguistics. In this regard, inspired by the ideas of Halliday (1975, 1994), Vygotsky (1978, 1986), and Sapir and Whorf (1956), which imply the relationship among culture, thought, and language, Pis...
Article
Full-text available
Javanese has several variants, one of which is the Javanese spoken by the Samin community, a group of Javanese people who uphold Saminist teachings. This paper discusses the Javanese of the Samin people within the framework of anthropological linguistics, a study of languages in a cultural and social context. The paper addresses two questions: what...
Article
Full-text available
This research aims to reveal the ideological dimension of bunga’ lalang tradition through the analysis of its two rituals namely mappammula ta’pa and mappammula mantanang. Bunga’ lalang is an agricultural tradition which exists in Luwu society, South Sulawesi, Indonesia. It refers to the series of rituals done by a bunga’ lalang (path opener) in ev...
Article
Full-text available
The author discusses theoretical issues of functional semantics, especially such directions of the contemporary anthropological linguistics as ethnosemantics and cognitive semantics. The diversification of the content of a lexical meaning under the influence of external, mainly pragmatic and cultural, factors is the primary object of interest here....
Article
Full-text available
Considering its domain and range, folklore is a discipline suitable for interdisciplinary studies by contributing to many scientific disciplines, especially social sciences and arts, or benefiting from them. In this context, we notice that folklorists benefit from the scientific disciplines such as anthropology, linguistics, music, history, sociolo...
Article
Full-text available
The article presents the partial results of the self-assessment of two variables - students and curriculum - of the Masters Program in Anthropology in its two majors: Anthropological Linguistics and Social and Cultural Anthropology. It outlines the restructuring plan made from the analysis and interpretation of the results of self-assessments condu...
Article
Full-text available
The question of what computational capacities, if any, differ between humans and nonhuman animals has been at the core of foundational debates in cognitive psychology, anthropology, linguistics, and animal behavior. The capacity to form nested hierarchical representations is hypothesized to be essential to uniquely human thought, but its origins in...
Article
Full-text available
For most Americanist scholars, Jehan Albert Vellard (1901-1996) is relatively unknown. He may appear as a passing bibliographical reference, or at best as the doctor of medicine who joined Claude Lévi-Strauss on his trip to Mato Grosso. Vellard the Americanist is definitely not a contemporary author: to us, his works may seem antiquated, devoid of...
Article
Full-text available
This article examines the relationship between the Aymara, Quechua and Spanish languages in the central valleys of Bolivia, as this was observed by the author during several fieldtrips to the region in the 1990s. It is based on the premise that the socio-geographic distribution and patterns of use of these languages is best explained in terms of th...
Article
Full-text available
Language emboldens the thinking of its users. One way a language user shares and communicates his thoughts, beliefs and opinions is in the name he bears or the one he gives his children. It is on this basis that this study focused on the English names of Nigerian Pentecostals from a Sociolinguistic angle. The study used the anthropological linguist...
Article
Full-text available
This study focused on verbal expressions contained in the Pacu Jalur traditional ritual in Kuantan Singingi, Riau Province. The aim is to describe the form and meaning of the Pacu Jalur lexicon, its function and the cognitive system that is reflected in it.. This research was conducted with an anthropological linguistic approach and with a qualitat...
Article
Full-text available
The study attempts to justify the development of linguistic personology in Bulgaria as an interdisciplinary scientific paradigm, which comprises theoretical foundations of psycholinguistics, sociolinguistics, anthropological linguistics, linguistic pragmatics, semiotics and phonоstylistics. The applied aspect of the approach consists in describing...
Preprint
Full-text available
This is an article in German about person reference and gender. I identify four text styles and relate them to concepts of language ideology from anthropological linguistics.
Chapter
Full-text available
Over a career spanning forty years, Basil Bernstein produced theoretical models about the workings of educational systems, and how these systems produce social relations of inequality. He was considered by many to be a radical scholar whose work generated enormous controversies. One such controversy was around code theory, and the unfortunately nam...
Article
Full-text available
The aim of the article is to reflect on the development of research within broadly understood cultural linguistics in Germanic studies. The collected corpus of texts of key importance for the development of cultural linguistics in Germanic studies shows how language and culture are defined in the context of their mutual relations. The article also...
Article
Full-text available
This research aims at exploring all possible meanings of maccera' bulung ritual through an anthropological linguistic study. Maccera' bulung literally means bleeding the chicken for the grown paddy. This research employed a qualitative method with descriptive-naturalistic characteristics. As a result, Maccera' bulung ritual has three clusters of me...
Article
Full-text available
Over the past two decades, the trend of fatwa requests has increased. Fatwas issued by certain individuals or organizations are used as references in daily life. Likewise in Indonesia through the Indonesian Ulama Council (MUI) where the desire for asking fatwas is almost the same as the desire for implementing the fatwa itself. Including fatwas rel...
Article
Full-text available
In previous researches Japanese voice constructions were examined as devices for managing discourse coherence by indicating a person as the focus of attention or of spearker’s empathy. However, in that discourse function a speaker cannot choose the function because it is automatically determined by grammatical and cognitive ways. Previous studies r...
Article
Full-text available
Linguistic relativists have traditionally asked 'how language influences thought', but conversation analysts and anthropological linguists have moved the focus from thought to social action. We argue that 'social action' should in this context not become simply a new dependent variable, because the formulation 'does language influence action' sugge...
Book
Full-text available
Youth in Superdiverse Societies brings together theoretical, methodological and international approaches to the study of globalization, diversity, and acculturation in adolescence. It examines vital issues including migration, integration, cultural identities, ethnic minorities, and the interplay of ethnic and cultural diversity with experiences of...
Article
Full-text available
Many anthropological, linguistic, genetic and genomic analyses have been carried out to evaluate the potential impact that evolutionary forces had in shaping the present-day Sardinian gene pool, the main outlier in the genetic landscape of Europe. However, due to the homogenizing effect of internal movements, which have intensified over the past fi...
Chapter
Full-text available
Linguistic landscape studies is the investigation of displayed language in a particular space, generally through the analysis of advertisements, billboards, and other signs. A common definition used in the field is the one posited in the canonical 1997 article “Linguistic Landscape and Ethnolinguistic Vitality: An Empirical Study” (Journal of Langu...
Article
Full-text available
25 января 2015 г. Аннотация: в статье обсуждаются новые подходы коммуникативной лингвистики, когнитивной линг-вистики и лингвокультурологии в отношении художественного дискурса и языковой личности. Рассмат-риваются коммуникативный, когнитивный и культурологический аспекты для выявления концептуаль-ного значения дискурса. Ключевые слова: дискурс, ко...
Conference Paper
Full-text available
One of the rice farming traditions in Luwu society is bunga' lalang. It refers to the series of activities/rituals done by a bunga' lalang (a path opener) throughout the rice farming period. This paper represents the gist of bunga' lalang and its relevant wisdom values for industrial revolution. This descriptive paper is compiled based on a pilot a...
Article
Full-text available
The origin of colour categories and their relationship to colour perception have been the prime example for testing the influence of language on perception and thought (Sapir-Whorf hypothesis) and more generally for investigating the biological, ecological and cultural determination of human cognition (nature-nurture debate). These themes are centr...
Article
Full-text available
This paper focuses on structural priming, levels of awareness, and agency in contact-induced language change, bringing insights from historical and anthropological linguistics together with psycholinguistic, processing-based approaches. We begin with a discussion of the relation between levels of awareness and agency in the linguistic literature, f...
Thesis
Full-text available
Anthroponomastics is the study of personal names. This area of study involves Anthropology, linguistics, sociology and history. Scholars have written extensively on this subject, pointing out the relationship existing between language, names, societies and individuals. A study by Agyekum in 2006 describes the sociolinguistics of Akan personal names...
Article
Full-text available
Cultural alienation In Iraqi Constitute "studying linguistics anthropology" "Linguistics and anthropology" Standing Constitution means of people's instruments to consolidation principle social development contract and organization main general lines to form the government. The Iraqis had gotten on their standing constitution after the end temporary...
Article
Full-text available
This study aims to find out and analyze types of politeness strategy expressed by the characters in the novel, to find out the procedures of translation applied to translate the politeness strategy applied by the characters in the novel and also to identify factors that affect the translation of politeness differences in the novel entitled Supernov...
Book
Full-text available
Las reseñas de los artículos intentan preservar el espíritu original del contenido y, para comodidad del lector, cada reseña co[1]mentada se acompaña de las fuentes correspondientes organizadas en una sección de referencias al final de la obra. En este sentido, se encuentran en preparación otros aspectos que la revista ofrece en materia de etnograf...
Chapter
Full-text available
Avec la constitution progressive des communautés culturelles de sourds partout dans le monde; avec les révélations des recherches académiques, linguistiques, anthropologiques et sociales indiquant qu'il s'agit bien de communautés constituées n'ayant rien à envier à toutes les autres communautés ou sous-groupes dans n'importe quelle société, un dépl...
Cover Page
Full-text available
The word vernacular is widely circulated. The Oxford dictionary defines the word as "the language or dialect spoken by ordinary people in a particular country or region" or in regard to the built environment, vernacular implies "architecture concerned with domestic and functional rather than monumental buildings.'' The use of the word vernacular ha...
Thesis
Full-text available
Quechua language education and research has long been relegated to rural areas and elementary schools of the Andes. Nonetheless, current language policy in the southern Peruvian region of Cusco has opened new opportunities for Quechua, a minoritized Indigenous language, to be taught in cities and towns and in high schools. In this sociolinguistic c...
Article
Full-text available
The Routledge Handbook of language and culture represents a comprehensive study on the inextricable relationship between language and culture. It is structured into seven parts and 33 chapters. Part 1, Overview and historical background, by Farzad Sharifian, starts with an outline of the book and a synopsis of research on language and culture. The...
Article
Full-text available
Since the end of the 20th century, Cuba has been the scene of socio-economic problems and reacomodations that have proliferated in the political-religious and cultural field the flowering of concerns and reflections on national identity (the so-called "Cuban identity crisis"), which induces I get numerous social changes that resulted in what Annet...
Article
Full-text available
The Canary Islands’ indigenous people have been the subject of substantial archaeological, anthropological, linguistic and genetic research pointing to a most probable North African Berber source. However, neither agreement about the exact point of origin nor a model for the indigenous colonization of the islands has been established. To shed light...
Chapter
Full-text available
Cursing is a universal and enduring human activity. As such it provides a window into human ethology, psychology, and culture. It is inherently related to taboo and its symbiotic other – euphemism. This chapter will begin with an overview of key scholarly insights on cursing, taboo, and euphemism, from psychology, anthropology, linguistics and rela...
Presentation
Full-text available
L'attività linguistica è condizionata dai fattori pragmatici (Verschueren 1995, Tátrai 2011). In questo studio propongo un'analisi dell'atteggiamento linguistico esaminando il linguaggio da un punto di vista pragmatico. Le interazioni quotidiane si formano secondo le esigenze comunicative e le motivazioni sociali degli interlocutori. Il linguaggio...
Article
Full-text available
Penelitian ini membahas tiga hal, (1) apa saja nama dan makna aksesori pakaian adat Lampung Pepadun dikaji dari sisi semantik leksikal, (2) apakah makna sosial dan makna kultural dari aksesoris pakaian adat Lampung Pepadun dari sisi semiotic, dan (3) bagaimana sikap masyarakat Lampung terhadap eksisitensi pakaian adat Lampung Pepadun secara umum. T...
Article
Full-text available
Phương pháp phân tích cấu trúc xuất phát từ trào lưu cấu trúc luận phát triển mạnh vào những năm 1960 ở Tây phương. Nó được ứng dụng trước tiên trong nhân học,ngôn ngữ học và xã hội học. Phương phápnày nhanh chóng trở thành một trong cácloại hình chính yếu của phân tích nội dung,đặc biệt phân tích các dữ kiện định tính. Với một số ứng dụng minh họa...
Preprint
Full-text available
The Canary Islands’ indigenous people have been the subject of substantial archaeological, anthropological, linguistic and genetic research pointing to a most probable North African Berber source. However, neither agreement about the exact point of origin nor a model for the indigenous colonization of the islands has been established. To shed light...
Article
Full-text available
(Title: Idiom ‘Saru’ as a Reflection of Japanese People Thinking Concept Towards Monkey ). This research is an anthropological linguistic study that is conducted by examining the idioms that use the word "saru" (monkey) as the object of study. This study aims at analyzing the basic concepts of people's thought about the word "saru" (monkey) through...
Conference Paper
Full-text available
p> The disease is an important topic in the Javanese life. This study aimed to describe the disease classification to find out the Javanese worldview to disease. This study uses an anthropological linguistics approach to qualitative research design. The term of diseases discuss is highly dependent on disease lexicon in the Javanese language. The da...
Research
Full-text available
One of the prevailing-and largely unchallenged-assumptions about public schooling in North America particularly, but certainly not exclusively, is that it has been established as a secular project. This allows for a number of assumptions to take hold: that the religious sphere has been, in some way, neatly calved from its secular counterpart; that...
Chapter
Full-text available
This study focuses on the Hungarian impact of the 2017 "Me Too" movement , offering an analysis of some relevant online texts and of their comments. The theoretical framework is provided by the anthropological linguistic approach (Balázs 2009), linguistic world view research (Kövecses 2017, Banczerowski 2008, 2012, Magyari 2015), and discourse anal...
Article
Full-text available
List task and naming task as psycholinguistic methods – advantages and pitfalls Both the list task (elicitation task or listing task) and the naming task are widely used in psycholinguistics, cognitive linguistics and anthropological linguistics as well as in social sciences and clinical testing for Alzheimer’s Syndrome. Both methods are easily ada...
Article
Full-text available
Romani people are a significant minority in Europe counting about 10 million individuals scattered throughout the continent. They are a migratory group originating from Northwestern India. Their exodus from India occurred approximately 1000–1500 years ago. The migration route of the Romani people was reconstructed with the help of cultural anthropo...
Article
Full-text available
Anthropological linguistics is the study of language as a cultural phenomenon, and it therefore emphasizes the role that culture plays in human language and languages. It has a long history and can trace its theoretical base back to philology, an eighteenth‐century precursor of modern linguistics. However, its history has also included a period, in...
Chapter
Full-text available
The text under the title "The language of the urban form (part one)" is interdisciplinary. Raises issues of social geography, urban sociology, cultural anthropology, linguistics and psychology. The aim is to merge selected contents and transfer them to the ground of the city's social geography while striving to detect the language of the urban form...
Article
Full-text available
This paper focuses on the dynamics of language, more specifically on the role of adaptability in meaning-generating processes in actual language use. From that perspective, the argument will be made that the question "What does x mean?" not only requires the extension "… in context y" (as is commonly accepted in pragmatics and even in certain forms...
Article
Full-text available
The purpose of this research is (1) to study the epistemological meanings of biological diversity and cultural diversity and the connectivity of biocultural diversity and (2) to concretize a plan for making the biocultural diversity, containing the ecological environment and the life culture of the island areas, into knowledge resources. By carryin...
Book
Full-text available
This essay focuses on the ‘voice’ as it sounds in a specific type of recordings. This recordings always reproduce a poet performing a poem of his/her by reading it aloud. Nowadays this kind of recordings are quite common on Internet, while before the ’90 digital turn it was possible to find them only in specific collection of poetry books that came...
Article
Full-text available
Este artigo reflete sobre questões teórico-metodológicas envolvidas no eixo de pesquisa Atlas Linguístico do Português em Áreas Indígenas (ALiPAI) do projeto GeoLinTerm coordenado por Abdelhak Razky, na UFPA/UnB. Os primeiros resultados do ALiPAI fazem parte da tese de doutoramento de Guedes (2017), que mapeou o perfil geossociolinguístico do portu...
Conference Paper
Full-text available
Prosody and gesture have, with few exceptions, not appealed to computational linguists, and there is even less awareness of the parallels between them, though in modelling sign languages of the hearing-impaired, the linguistic metaphor of gesture patterns as 'phonology' has been very fruitful. On the other hand, many disciplines from anthropologica...
Chapter
Full-text available
This essay focuses on the ‘voice’ as it sounds in a specific type of recordings. This recordings always reproduce a poet performing a poem of his/her by reading it aloud. Nowadays this kind of recordings are quite common on Internet, while before the ’90 digital turn it was possible to find them only in specific collection of poetry books that came...
Chapter
Full-text available
This essay focuses on the ‘voice’ as it sounds in a specific type of recordings. This recordings always reproduce a poet performing a poem of his/her by reading it aloud. Nowadays this kind of recordings are quite common on Internet, while before the ’90 digital turn it was possible to find them only in specific collection of poetry books that came...
Chapter
Full-text available
This essay focuses on the ‘voice’ as it sounds in a specific type of recordings. This recordings always reproduce a poet performing a poem of his/her by reading it aloud. Nowadays this kind of recordings are quite common on Internet, while before the ’90 digital turn it was possible to find them only in specific collection of poetry books that came...
Chapter
Full-text available
This essay focuses on the ‘voice’ as it sounds in a specific type of recordings. This recordings always reproduce a poet performing a poem of his/her by reading it aloud. Nowadays this kind of recordings are quite common on Internet, while before the ’90 digital turn it was possible to find them only in specific collection of poetry books that came...
Article
Full-text available
The article refers to the hypotheses concerning the evolution of language presented in an article by Magdalena Danielewiczowa and entitled What is language needed for? What is necessary in language? The hypotheses proposed by Danielewiczowa have far-reaching methodological consequences for cultural studies, especially those that strike a balance be...
Article
Full-text available
Resumo Este artigo é uma revisão teórica sobre o construto modelos culturais, focalizando, inicialmente, suas definições em Antropologia Cognitiva, Linguística Cognitiva e Linguística Antropológica. Apresenta em seguida, como exemplo, quatro estudos em Linguística Cognitiva e Antropologia Cognitiva sobre modelos culturais que seguem metodologias, t...
Book
Full-text available
For both scholars and the informed layman, the great diversity of ethnicities and languages in Africa invites notions of Africa as a fragmented place. Our language maps perpetuate the image by drawing discrete language groups. In fact, most people can communicate with most others within and across their state boundaries. Many disciplines look caref...
Article
Full-text available
The aim of this paper is to determine the type of Bosnian kinship terminology by means of standard six-fold typology used in anthropology, and subsequently in anthropological linguistics. The English kinship terminology, like kinship terminologies in most other Germanic and also Romance languages, went through a change from a descriptive to a linea...
Book
Full-text available
This book highlights the need to develop new educational perspectives in which multilingualism is valorised and strategically used in settings and contexts of instruction and learning. Situated in the current educational debate about multilingualism and ethno-linguistic minorities, chapter authors examine the polarised response to heightened lingui...