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  1. Edward Sapir was born in Lauenburg, Germany in 1884 to an orthodox Jewish family.
  2. Edward Sapir was an anthropologist and a linguist. (Web site)
  3. Edward Sapir was a great linguist and anthropologist. (Web site)
  4. Edward Sapir was born on January 26, 1884 in Lauenburg, Prussia, (now L--bork in Poland) to an orthodox Jewish family of Lithuanian origins. (Web site)
  5. Edward Sapir was both an anthropologist and a linguist, who studied language in the same way he would treat any other part of a foreign culture. (Web site)

Edward Sapir

  1. Edward Sapir: Appraisals of his life and work.
  2. Edward Sapir and Harry Hoijer were the first to propose an analysis of this type.
  3. Selected writings of Edward Sapir in language, culture, and personality. (Web site)
  4. Edward Sapir, a leader in American structural linguistics, was one of the first who explored the relations between language studies and anthropology. (Web site)
  5. Benjamin Whorf and Edward Sapir believed that thought and language are very closely related. (Web site)

Whorf

  1. In 1931, Whorf began studying linguistics at Yale University and soon deeply impressed Edward Sapir, who warmly supported Whorf's academic pursuits. (Web site)
  2. Whorf, along with Edward Sapir, is best known for having laid the foundation of the Sapir---Whorf hypothesis. (Web site)
  3. These languages have been famously studied in the structuralist tradition by Leonard Bloomfield and Edward Sapir among others.
  4. The concept he developed (under Edward Sapir 's influence) of the equation of culture and language became known as the Whorf (or Sapir-Whorf) hypothesis. (Web site)
  5. American linguist who developed what came to be known as the Sapir-Whorf hypothesis in collaboration with his teacher Edward Sapir. (Web site)

Linguistics

  1. In 1937 Pike went to the University of Michigan, where he worked for his doctorate in linguistics under Edward Sapir.
  2. Edward Sapir and Athabaskan linguistics, with preliminary annotated bibliography of Sapir's work on Athabaskan and Na-Dene.
  3. Linguistics The Edward Sapir Scholarship is awarded to the most promising student beginning the fourth year of the honours program in linguistics. (Web site)

Boas

  1. In 1931, Whorf began studying linguistics at Yale University and soon deeply impressed Edward Sapir, who warmly supported Whorf's academic pursuits.
  2. Hymes was influenced by a number of linguists who came before him, notably Boas and Edward Sapir.
  3. After Boas, the two most influential American linguists were Edward Sapir (died 1939) and Leonard Bloomfield (died 1949). (Web site)
  4. He received his doctorate in 1939 from Yale, where he was a student of the renowned linguist and anthropologist Edward Sapir. (Web site)
  5. Na verdade, Bloomfield, junto com Edward Sapir foi um precursor do Estruturalismo Americano, seguido por seu disc--pulo Zellig Harris. (Web site)

Linguist

  1. Hymes was influenced by a number of linguists who came before him, notably Boas and Edward Sapir.
  2. Edward Sapir: linguist, anthropoligist, humanist.
  3. The Edward Sapir Scholarship Fund is an endowment fund, which honours linguist and anthropologist Edward Sapir (1884-1939). (Web site)
  4. Edward Sapir Biography and Summary Edward Sapir was a linguist dedicated to the investigation of the languages of native North America. (Web site)

Franz Boas

  1. De Angulo seems to have known everyone--from Edward Sapir and Franz Boas in anthropology to Carl Jung and Ezra Pound in psychology and literature.
  2. This prosodic prefix is known as a peg element in Athabascan terminology ( Edward Sapir used the term pepet vowel).
  3. A student of Franz Boas at Columbia, the ----d-- -born Radin counted Edward Sapir and Robert Lowie among his classmates. (Web site)

Culture

  1. In Selected writings of Edward Sapir in language, culture and personality (D.G. Mandelbaum ed.), 389- 467.
  2. The collected works of Edward Sapir: culture.

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