Discussion about Temporal Dimension of Selected Cultural Standards


  • Erion Avllazagaj University "Aleksandër Xhuvani". Faculty of Human Sciences English & German Department. Elbasan


Speaking about the temporal dimentions we have to take into consideration before the dimension of time in the context of cultural standard research is dealt with in more detail, some basic thoughts on the concept of time should be presented. The findings of developmental psychology, perceptual psychology or brain physiology can not be discussed further here. At the center of consideration is the social and cultural dimension, ie the superindividual level of social and cultural time.

Keywords:  Dimension, psychology, basic, superindividual.


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How to Cite

Avllazagaj, E. (2018). Discussion about Temporal Dimension of Selected Cultural Standards. ANGLISTICUM. Journal of the Association-Institute for English Language and American Studies, 7(4), 78–86. Retrieved from https://anglisticum.org.mk/index.php/IJLLIS/article/view/1682



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