Pilot Questionnaire to Investigate Social Users of Space
Day-to-day interpretations of “space” are enmeshed in specific cultural and linguistic practices. For example, many cultures have an association between vertical height and social standing; more powerful people may be placed literally higher than others at social gatherings, and be spoken of as having higher status. This questionnaire is a guide for exploring relationships between space, language, and social structure. The goal is to better understand how space is organised in the focus community, and to investigate the extent to which space is used as a model for reproducing social forms.
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- Keating, Elizabeth. 1995. Pilot questionnaire to investigate social uses of space, especially as related to 1) linguistic practices and 2) social organization. In David Wilkins (ed.), Extension of space and beyond: manual for field elicitation for the 1995 field season, 17-21. Nijmegen: Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics.
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