ENGL230 Language Culture Discussions

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ENGL230 Language Culture Discussions
What does the term “language culture” include, and how might you analyze your language culture…

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ENGL230 Language Culture Discussions

ENGL230 Language Culture Discussions

Week 1 All Students Posts 26 Pages 

What does the term “language culture” include, and how might you analyze your language culture? Who could help you? Which research or library sources could be informative? Every human being has a unique, personalized “language culture.” Your own language culture is built from all your life experiences, locations lived, groups spent time around, occupations, majors, hobbies, and more. (1) Can you explain your own language culture? (2) How can any language culture–your own or someone else’s–be analyzed and understood?  How you are perceived by your audience is a big part of communication. Have any of you ever had any misunderstandings that stemmed from cultural differences?

To be completely honest with you I feel that my specific language culture has almost been washed away by the media.  I really hate to say that because it’s seems like such a typical answer!  Thinking about it though and really analyzing it really just solidifies it for me though.  Of course granted everyone associates with different people and everyone experiences various anomalies in life, however, are the language cultures we have merely a result of outside influences on us.  This was what I was thinking before looking further into this topic and the more I read from various websites the more I started understanding that this really is what language culture is all about!  It’s the outside influences that people experience that changes there perception I think this is so extremely interesting because it’s so different for different sets of people!  What’s even more exciting about this is that having this knowledge that people are so much different in this manner means that when you end up presenting things to people with different language cultures it really needs to be tailored in a manner that everyone will effectively understand what your trying to relay to them…