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Writing On Ice: The Ethnographic Notebooks Of Vilhjalmur Stefansson - STEFANSSON, VILHJALMUR; PALSSON, GISLI (EDITOR & INTRODUCTION)
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Cambridge University Press, 2010. First edition. Hardcover. New. 16 X 24 cm. Egocentric spatial language uses coordinates in relation to our body to talk about small-scale space (‘put the knife on the right of the plate and the fork on the left`), while geocentric spatial language uses geographic coordinates (‘put the knife to the east, and the fork to the west`). How do children learn to use geocentric language? And why do geocentric spatial references sound strange in English when they are standard practice in other languages? This book studies child development in Bali, India, Nepal, and Switzerland and explores how children learn to use a geocentric frame both when speaking and performing non-verbal cognitive tasks (such as remembering locations and directions). The authors examine how these skills develop with age, look at the socio-cultural contexts in which the learning takes place, and explore the ecological, cultural, social, and linguistic conditions that favor the use of a geocentric frame of reference. Contents Part I. Introduction and Methods: 1. Theory and research questions 2. Methods 3. Settings Part II. Results: 4. Pilot study in Bali and first study (India and Nepal, 1999–2000) 5. Returning to Bali: main study 2002–2007 6. Varanasi 7. Kathmandu 8. Panditpur 9. Geneva Part III. Additional Studies: 10. Spatial language addressed to children 11. Geocentric gestures before language? 12. Spatial organization schemes 13. Neurophysiological correlates of geocentric space 14. Geocentric dead reckoning Part IV. Conclusions: 15. Discussion and conclusions Appendix 1. Summary of instructions, questionnaires, and coding schemes Appendix 2. Examples of language in each location Appendix 3. Extracts from school manuals. Printed Pages: 408., Cambridge University Press, 2010, Cambridge University Press, 2010. First edition. Hardcover. New. 16 X 24 cm. Egocentric spatial language uses coordinates in relation to our body to talk about small-scale space (‘put the knife on the right of the plate and the fork on the left`), while geocentric spatial language uses geographic coordinates (‘put the knife to the east, and the fork to the west`). How do children learn to use geocentric language? And why do geocentric spatial references sound strange in English when they are standard practice in other languages? This book studies child development in Bali, India, Nepal, and Switzerland and explores how children learn to use a geocentric frame both when speaking and performing non-verbal cognitive tasks (such as remembering locations and directions). The authors examine how these skills develop with age, look at the socio-cultural contexts in which the learning takes place, and explore the ecological, cultural, social, and linguistic conditions that favor the use of a geocentric frame of reference. Contents Part I. Introduction and Methods: 1. Theory and research questions 2. Methods 3. Settings Part II. Results: 4. Pilot study in Bali and first study (India and Nepal, 1999–2000) 5. Returning to Bali: main study 2002–2007 6. Varanasi 7. Kathmandu 8. Panditpur 9. Geneva Part III. Additional Studies: 10. Spatial language addressed to children 11. Geocentric gestures before language? 12. Spatial organization schemes 13. Neurophysiological correlates of geocentric space 14. Geocentric dead reckoning Part IV. Conclusions: 15. Discussion and conclusions Appendix 1. Summary of instructions, questionnaires, and coding schemes Appendix 2. Examples of language in each location Appendix 3. Extracts from school manuals. Printed Pages: 408., Cambridge University Press, 2010, Amsterdam, The Netherlands: John Benjamins Publishing Company, 1986. Printed Pages: 88.. First Edition. Paperback. Fine. 16 Cms x 23 Cms., John Benjamins Publishing Company, 1986, Peter Lang, 2013. Hardbound. New Book. Hardbound. Three language instructors at the University of Gdansk, Poland explore various facets of modern philological and humanistic thought. Grabowska looks at conceptual semantics developments, Grzegorczk at insights from translation studies, and Lankiewicz at dimensions in glottodidactics. Among specific topics are cognitive mechanisms of compression and objectification of the self in modern advertising messages, the poetics of humorous texts in translation, and personal linguistic experience and language awareness as a mark of the quality of university education. There is no index. (2013 Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR), Peter Lang, 2013, London/U.S.A.: The Mit Press. Very Good/Very Good. 1987. First Edition. Cloth. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 0262121190 Hardback Hardback. First Edition. Slight shelf wear to edges of D/J. Can humans compute? This is the question to which the author has devoted his research over the past twenty years. The volume beins in the alate 1960s, when the author had already moved from theoretical chemistry to what was then known as theoretical biology. It traces his search for new concepts with which to establish a science of the mind, and it includes the comment on the 1971 Lighthill Report in which he introduced the term cognitive science and sketched the possible components of the field. The essays are divided into five parts. The first, Generalities, explores the basic philosophical questions at the root of the new science. The essays on Music show the importance of the musical sense as a testing ground for understanding cognitive processes in general. The forays into Language describe some of the major early achievements in the now very active field of computational linguistics. The studies of Vision are all directed to the problem - crucial for the development of machine-vision systems - of inferring the structure of a scene from two views. The author suggests that the chapters on Memory 'be treated indulgently as the first attempt of a physical scientist to climb out of the mindless world of atoms and molecules into the real world of subjective experience'. 424 pp. (We carry a wide selection of titles in The Arts, Theology, History, Politics, Social and Physical Sciences. academic and scholarly books and Modern First Editions ,and all types of Academic Literature.) ., The Mit Press, 1987, University Press of New England, Hanover: 2001. Hardcover with dustjacket. Brand new book. An extensive account of the often elusive anthropology of a famed Arctic explorer. Between 1906 and 1918, anthropologist and explorer Vilhjalmur Stefansson went on three long expeditions to the Alaskan and Canadian Arctic. He wrote voluminously about his travels and observations, as did others. Stefansson's fame was partly fueled by a series of controversies involving envious competitors in the race for public recognition. While many anthropological works refer to his writings and he continues to be cited in ethnographic and historical works on indigenous peoples of the North American Arctic, particularly the Inuit, his successes in exploration (the discovery and mapping of some of the last remaining land on earth) have overshadowed his anthropological work. Writing on Ice utilizes his extensive fieldwork diaries, now in Dartmouth's Special Collections, and contemporary photographs and sketches, some never before published, to bring to life the anthropology of the Arctic explorer. G’sli P‡lsson situates the diaries in the context of that era's anthropological practice, early 20th-century expeditionary power relations, and the North American community surrounding Stefansson. He also examines the tension between the rhetoric of ethnography and exploration (the notion of the "friendly Arctic") and the reality of fieldwork and exploration, partly with reference to Stefansson's silence about his Inuit family. Vilhjalmur Stefansson (1879 - 1962), son of Icelandic immigrants in Manitoba and North Dakota, was affiliated with Harvard's Anthropology Department and Peabody Museum. His association with Dartmouth began in 1929, and his later visits laid the foundation for the polar study program formally established in 1953. G’sli P‡lsson is Professor of Anthropology and Director of the Institute of Anthropology at University of Iceland. He has written extensively on such issues as environmental debates, property rights, fishing skills, fieldwork, biotechnology, language, and cognition. His newest book is The Textual Life of Savants: Ethnography, Iceland, and the Linguistic Turn (1997). ISBN: 1584651199., University Press of New England, Hanover: 2001

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Hanover, New Hampshire, U.S.A.: Dartmouth College, 2001. Hardcover. Like New/New. UPNE. NEW Book, no wear w/ tiny printing flaw on back cover, cover/text completely pristine. No physical flaws. FREE TRACKING within the US, and email notice when shipped. Normally, books are shipped twice a day, with afternoon USPS pickup, or next morning drop-off at the Post Office. We package on Sunday for shipment first thing Monday morning. Your satisfaction guaranteed. We have multiple copies of most books. Email inquiries are welcomed. Thanks for reading all of our boilerplate ;-), Dartmouth College, 2001

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Arctic Odyssey: The Life of Rear Admiral Donald B. MacMillan by Allen, Everett S - Allen, Everett S
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Dodd, Mead, 1962-01-01. Hardcover. Very Good. Hardcover, First Edition 1962 Dodd, Mead and Company NY...340 pages,Very Good in a Good DJ...Moderate shelf/edge wear and some foxing to DJ-in mylar...Blue cloth with gilt titles-corners sharp...no notes/writing-All pages are clean and crisp, map end papers...contains records of the voyages and an index. MacMillan was one of Robert E. Peary's chief assistants on the Arctic expedition to the North Pole....ISBN-1584651199... Thanks for supporting a small family business...LOC SSS-26, Dodd, Mead, 1962-01-01

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An extensive account of the often elusive anthropology of a famed Arctic explorer.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781584651192
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1584651199
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Erscheinungsjahr: 2001
Herausgeber: UNIV PR OF NEW ENGLAND
351 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,762 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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