Fiche : 16999, type : Journal Article, mots-clés : nea;eaf;ugn;kny;lng;phn;v.126;v.113;
Langue du texte : en

Raglan, [Lord] (1929). The influence of environment on language. Man: a record of anthropological science 29., pp. 171-172 (art. 131).

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Notes : Develops a theory about “shouting” and “non-shouting” languages, depending on whether or not long-distance communication is a feature of the culture. Mentions Lotuko and Italian as being “shouting” languages, while Dinka and German are “non-shouting” ones.

Autres informations : H. F. Stoneham & Lord Raglan, Man, v 31 (1931), p 54-55 (art. 55); Clifton H. Amsbury, Man, v 31 (1931), p 96 (art. 109); Lord Raglan, Man, v 31 (1931), p 120 (art. 130); G. W. B. Huntingford, Man, v 31 (1931), p 170 (art. 176)

Date de la dernière modification : 2007-07-04