Mechademia-Volume 6, 2011. Introduction pp. ix-xvi | DOI: 10.1353/mec.2011.0018 Countering Domestication Beyond Domesticating Animal Love pp. 39-50 | DOI: 10.1353/mec.2011.0013 Commodity-Life How Characters Stand Out pp. 84-91 | DOI: 10.1353/mec.2011.0023 Manga Translation and Interculture pp. 93-108 | DOI: 10.1353/mec.2011.0002 Photo Play Out of the Closet: The Fancy Phenomenon pp. 139-150 | DOI: 10.1353/mec.2011.0011 Desiring Economies Untimely Effects The Logic of Digital Gaming pp. 260-269 | DOI: 10.1353/mec.2011.0016 Review and Commentary War for Entertainment: The Sky Crawlers pp. 304-306 | DOI: 10.1353/mec.2011.0008 Volition in the Face of Absurdity.
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The Amondawa people of Brazil do not even have words for 'time', 'week', 'month' or 'year', said Chris Sinha, of the University of Portsmouth. He argues that it is the first time scientists have been able to prove time is not a deeply entrenched universal human concept, as previously thought. Two researchers (left) pose with members of the Amondawa tribe in Brazil. Professor Sinha, who reported his findings in the journal Language And Cognition, said: 'For the Amondawa, time does not exist in the same way as it does for us.
'We can now say without doubt that there is at least one language and culture which does not have a concept of time as something that can be measured, counted or talked about in the abstract.
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