Although, language is certainly individualized, most people conform to linguistic norms because of their surroundings. Over time, particular words and phrases are popularized by the media, social trends, or world events; and with emergence of internet technologies, the communication between all types of people is much easier. Communication and Language Analysis in the Public Sphere explores the influence of the World Wide Web on the relationships between ordinary citizens and the ability to communicate with politicians, celebrities, and the media. As some words may gain popularity worldwide, and others may begin to define a specific discipline. This book is essential for linguistics researchers, scholars, and professionals interested in determining these patterns and how they affect groups and individuals.Retrieved from http://www. cnn.com/2012/02/21/opinion/avlon-hostile-gop- rhetoric/ index.html Avraham, E., aamp; Ketter, E. (2008). Will we be safe there? ... In C. P. Smith (Ed.), Motivation and personality: Handbook of thematic content analysis (pp. 401a418). Cambridge ... Examining verbal style in presidential campaign spots.
|Title||:||Communication and Language Analysis in the Public Sphere|
|Author||:||Hart, Roderick P.|
|Publisher||:||IGI Global - 2014-01-31|