Placing spatial language and cognition in context through an investigation of Bininj Kunwok navigation talk
The broad questions asked in this PhD thesis are: How do Bininj Kunwok people from Western Arnhem Land navigate in the bush? Why do they navigate that way, and how do they verbalize their orientation systems? The motivation behind these questions is to expand our understanding of the way humans rely on and use language during spatial navigation. Spatial navigation is more than a decision-making, memory, and planning process. One argument of this thesis is that navigation is geographically as...[Show more]
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