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Language, the Internet and Youth
A discussion on the evolution of language and its relation to youth and the Internet.
# 138279 | 1,500 words | 0 sources | MLA | 2008 | US


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The paper asserts that the advent of language cannot be compared to anything else in the history of the human race. The paper describes how it enabled humans to communicate and transfer knowledge, express feelings, describe events, and later, with the development of writing, store the information for the future. As such, the paper shows how language plays an important role in both our individual lives and the society as a whole. The paper discusses how language is not a static phenomenon; it changes with society over time, but we also "change" the language as we go from one environment to the other or gather new life experiences. The paper reveals that among the most important motivators of the language evolution are also the developments in science and emergence of new technologies.

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"The advent of language cannot be compared to anything else in the history of human race. It enabled humans to communicate and transfer knowledge, express feelings, describe events, and later with the development of writing store the information for the future. As such, language plays an important role in both our individual lives and the society as a whole. Language is not a static phenomenon. It changes with society over time but we also "change" the language as we go from one environment to the other or gather new life experiences. Among most important motivators of the language evolution are also the developments in science and emergence of..."

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