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WS99 Literaturliste Raum und Zeit / Ethnologie und Psychologie

  1. Aase, T. H. 1994. Symbolic Space: Representations of Space in Geography and Anthropology. Bergen: Inst. For Geografi, Norges Handelshøyskole og Univ.
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  8. Appadurai, A. 1981. The past as a scarse resourse. Man 16 (2): 201-219.
  9. Ardener S. (ed.) 1993. Women and Space: Ground Rules and Social Maps. Oxford: Berg.
  10. Assmann, J. 1999. Das kulturelle Gedächnis. Schrift, Erinnerung und politische Identität in frühen Hochkuturen. München: C. H. Beck.
  11. Auge, M. 1995. Non-Places. Introduction to an Anthropology of Supermodernity. London: Verso.
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  22. Bender, B. 1993. Landscape: Politics and Perspectives. Oxford: Berg Publishers.
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  24. Bernardo, D.J. 1977. Langue, societé et éspace en Catalogne du Nord. Revue géographique des Pyrénées et du Sud-Ouest 48 (2): 153-170.
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  33. Block, R.A. 1985. Worlds Models for the Psychology of Time. Teorie & Modell 2, Suppl. 1: 89-111.
  34. Block, R.A. 1990a. Models of Psychological Time. In Ders (ed.), Cognitive Models of Psychological Time. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.
  35. Bloom, P.; Peterson, M.A.; Nadel, L. & Garrett, M.F. (ed.)1996. Language and Space. Language, Speech and Communication. Cambridge/Mass.: The MIT Press.
  36. Bohannan, P. 1953. Concepts of Time among the Tiv of Nigeria. South-Western Journal of Anthropology 9 (3): 251-262.
  37. Bohannan, P. 1967. Concepts of Time among the Tiv. In J. Middleton, Myth and Cosmos. New York: Natural History Press.
  38. Bonniol, J.-L. 1976. L’éspace d’une ile. Appropriation et représentations spatiales à Terre-de-Haut des Saintes. Éspace Créole 1: 71-93.
  39. Booth, N.S. jr. 1975. Time and Changes in African traditional Thought. Journal of Religion in Africa 7 (2): 81-91.
  40. Borudieu, P. 1973. The Berber House. In M. Douglas (ed.), Rules and Meanings. New York: Pinguin.
  41. Boudon, P. 1978. Conception sémiotique d’un éspace: un modèle amérindien de l’univers. Anthropologie et Socité 2 (2): 113-139.
  42. Boughali, M. 1974. La représentation de l’éspace chez le marocain illettré. Mythes et tradition orale. Paris: Anthropos.
  43. Boulinier, G. 1972. Les Polynesiens et la Navigation Astronomique. Journal de la Societe des Oceanistes 36(28)
  44. Bourdieu, P. 1963. The Attitude of the Algerian Peasant Towards Time. In J. Pitt-Rivers (ed.), Mediterranean Countryman. Paris: Recherches Mediterraneenees
  45. Bourdieu, P. 1964. The Attitude of the Algerian Peasant towards Time. In J. Pitt-Rivers, Mediterranean Countrymen. The Hague: Mouton.
  46. Bourdieu, P. 1977. Outline of a Theory of Practice. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  47. Bourdieu, P. 1990. The Logic of Practice. Cambridge: Polity Press.
  48. Bourdillon, M. 1978. Knowing the World or Hiding it. A Response to Maurice Bloch. Man 13: 591-99.
  49. Bovet, M. & Othenin-Girard, C. 1975. Études piagétiennes de quelques notions spatio-temporelles dans un milieu africain. J. int. Psychol. 10 (1): 1-17.
  50. Boyarin, J. (ed.) 1994. Remaping Memory. The Politics of Time-Space. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota.
  51. Bromberger, C. & Ravis-Giordani, G. 1976. Éspace donné, éspace produit: esquisse d’une approche ethnologique du concept d’éspace. In Ders.(?), Pratiques et représentations de l’éspace dans les communautés méditerranéennes. Paris: CNRS.
  52. Broustra, J. et al. 1972. Réflexions ethnopsychiatriques sur l’organisation temps-éspace de la personne. Psychopathologie africaine 8 (1): 75-89.
  53. Brown, P. & Levinson, S.C. 1993. Linguistic and Nonlinguistic Coding of Spatial Arrays: Explorations in Mayan Cognition. Working Paper No. 24, Cogn. Anthropol. Res. Group, Nijmegen.
  54. Brown, R.P.C. 1998. Do Migrants' Remittances Decline over Time? Evidence from Tongans and Western Samoans in Australia. The Contemporary Pacific 10 (1): 107-151.
  55. Burman, R. 1981. Time and Socioeconomic Change on Simbo, Solomon Islands. Man 16 (2): 251-268.
  56. Buzsáki, G. 1994. Temporal Coding in the Brain. Berlin; Heidelberg: Springer.
  57. Carsten, J. & Hugh-Jjones, S. (ed.) 1995. About the House. Lévi-Strauss and Beyond. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  58. Carucci, L.M. 1995. From the Spaces to the Holes: Raalik-Ratak Remembrances of World War II. Isla 3 (2): 279-312.
  59. Cheng, C.Y. 1974. Greek and Chinese Views on Time and the Timeless. Philosophie East West 24 (2): 155-160.
  60. Ching, B. & Creed, G.W. (ed.) 1997. Knowing Your Place. Rural Identity and Cultural Hierarchy. New York: Routledge.
  61. Choi, S. & Bowerman, M. 1991. Learning to Express Motion Events in English and Korean: The Influence of Language-specific Lexicalization Patterns. Cognition 41: 83-121.
  62. Cieraad, I. (ed.) 1999. At home: An Anthropology of Domestic Space. USA: Syracuse University Press.
  63. Cohen, R. 1985 (ed.). The Development of Spatial Cognition. Hillsdale (NJ): Lawrence Erllbaum Associates;
  64. Connerton, P. 1989. How Societies Remember. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  65. Cordell, J. 1974. The Lunar-tide Fishing Cycle in Northeastern Brazil. Ethnology 13(4)
  66. Cunningham, C. 1964. Order in the Atoni House. Bijdragen 120: 34-68
  67. Damon, F. 1982. Calenders and Calendrical Rites on the Northern Side of the Kula Ring. Oceania 52 (3): 221-239.
  68. Damon, F. 1990a. Time and Values. In Ders.(?), From Muyuw to the Trobiands: Transformations along the Northern Side of the Kula Ring. Tucson: University Arizona Press.
  69. Damon, F. 1990b. From Muyuw to the Trobriands: Transformations along the Northern Side of the Kula Ring. Tucson: University of Arizona Press
  70. Danziger, E. 1998a. Introduction: Language, Space, and Culture. Ethos 26 (1): 3-6.
  71. Danziger, E. 1998b. Getting Here from There: The Acquisition of ‘Point of View’ in Mopan Maya. Ethos 26 (1): 48-72.
  72. Dasen, P.R. 1975. Concrete Operational Development in Three Cultures. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology 6: 156-172;
  73. Decouflé, A.-C. 1972. Une anthropologie culturelle de l’aménagement de l’éspace. C. int. Sociol. 19 (52): 111-122.
  74. Degen, R. & Huber, A. 1992. Gedächtnis: Unser Kino im Kopf. Psychologie Heute 19 (7): 58-63.
  75. Deregowski, J.B. 1972. Valuing Time. New Society 515 (aug 10): 282-284.
  76. Devereux, G. 1975. Time: History versus Chronicle: Socialization as Cultural free Experience. Ethos 3 (2): 281-292.
  77. Dohrn-Van Rossum, G. 1992. Die Geschichte der Stunde: Uhren und moderne Zeitordnung. München: Carl Hanser.
  78. Dongen, E. van 1997. Space and Time in the Lives of People with long-standing Mental Illness: an Ethnographic Account. Anthropology and Medicine 4 (1): 89-123.
  79. Donnan, H. & Wilson, T. (ed.) 1994. Border Approaches. Anthropological Perspectives on Frontiers. Lanham/MD: University Press of America.
  80. Dorais, L.I. 1975. Le vocabulaire du calcul du temps chez les Inuit du Quebec-Labrador. Recherches amérindiennes 5 (3): 70-73.
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  89. Eickelman, D. 1977. Time in a Complex Society: a Maroccan Example. Ethnology 16: 39-55.
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  95. Erdberg-Constein, E. von 1973. Time and Space in Chinese Cosmology. Philippine Quarterly of Culture and Society 1 (2): 120-131.
  96. Errington, F. 1974. Indiginous Ideas of Order, Time and Transition in a New Guinea Cargo Movement. American Ethnologist 1 (2): 255-268.
  97. Etienne, O. 1973. L’Individu et le Temps chez les Baoule. Cahiers d’Etudes Africains 52(13)
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  100. Fabian, J. 1983. Time and the Other: How Anthropology makes its Object. New York: Columbia University Press.
  101. Fabian, J. 1992. Time and the Work of Anthropology: Critical Essays 1971-1991. Netherlands: Harwood Academic.
  102. Feinberg, R. 1988a. Polynesian Seafaring and Navigation. Kent, OH: Kent State University Press.
  103. Feinberg, R. 1988b. Socio-spatial Symbolism and the Logic of Rank on Two Polynesian Outliers. Ethnology 27 (3): 291-310.
  104. Feld, S. & Basso, K.H. (ed.) 1996. Senses of Place. Santa Fe/NM: School of American Research Press.
  105. Feld, S. 1990. Sound and Sentiment. Birds, Weeping, Poetics, and Song in Kaluli Expression. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press
  106. Fortes, M. 1970. Time and Social Structure and other Essais. London: Athlone.
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