The National Museum of Ethnology (Minpaku) is a research center for ethnology and cultural anthropology.

Senri Ethnological Studies (SES)

No.45 Time,Language and Cognition

March 24, 1998 Publication

Edited by Yasuhiko Nagano

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1. Time, Language and Cognition-By Way of Introduction
Yasuhiko Nagano
Cognition of Time and Society
2. Time and Social Anthropology
Alfred Gell

3. Four Patterns of Time Concept-From a Comparative Sociology of Time
Munesuke Mita

4. Money and Time
Ayumu Yasutomi
Cognition of Time among Japanese
5. Time as Folklore
Noboru Miyata

6. Time in Ancient Japan - How Change Was Recognized
Nobuyoshi Furuhashi

7. Time in Buddhism
Musashi Tachikawa
Grammar and Time
8. Temporal Reference,Tense and Aspect in Australian Aboriginal Languages
Peter Austin

9. Aspects of Aspect, with Special Reference to Lahu and Hebrew
James A.Matisoff

10. Linguistic and Cultural Times Running in Oceania and Southeast Asia
Osamu Sakiyama
Time, Space and Cognition
11. How Time Affects the Shape of Language
Wallace Chafe

12. The Codification of Time on the North American Pacific Rim
Marianne Mithun

13. Representation of Time and Space in Oral History-Focusing on Oral History of the Ancient Mosi Kingdoms
Junzo Kawada

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