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Sprog og rumlig orientering i livsverdenen
The article claims that language and culture should not be studied separately. Examples from linguistic expressions of space in Danish, Hopi, Yutatec Maya, and Tlapanec are drawn upon to support this view. In Danish, different lexical items describing domestic space are introduced into discourse by different prepositions according to a system revolving around integration and centrality that seems to reflect actual behaviour. It is suggested that this behaviour be studied. A review of studies ofdoi:10.7146/ta.v0i30.117833 fatcat:4b45b2t7xzderi3gfffenglb4q