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This chapter considers the role of place and space as significant for both cosplayers and for artists alike.
These knowledge structures are lenses through which we interpret the world and guide our behaviour. This chapter considers the role of place and space as significant for both cosplayers and for artists alike. Here, we consider the playful use and appropriation of space, and how cosplayers see and draw on urban spaces and objects. The chapter argues that a useful way of understanding cosplay is to consider the relationship between play and culture. In particular, here we set out a consideration.
A Foundational Cultural Model in Polynesia. Bennardo, Giovanni 2014. Space and Culture: Giving Directions in Tonga
A Foundational Cultural Model in Polynesia. Space and Culture: Giving Directions in Tonga. Ethos, Vol. 42, Issue. It challenges some existing assumptions in linguistics, cognitive anthropology and cognitive science and proposes a new foundational cultural model, 'radiality', to show how space, time and social relationships are expressed both linguistically and cognitively.
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Those with an interest in the issue of linguistic variation will find an unusually well-documented and well-argued presentation of the actual variation in the domain of spatial reference. Ingjerd Hoem, Institute for Pacific Archaeology and Cultural History, The Kon-Tiki Museum, Anthropological Linguistics.