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Friday, 5 April 2013

Language Refelction Culture

Different anthropologists define language differently. However, all the different definitions include the beliefs of the people, their expectations, their shared values, their customs and related rituals, the jargon that is unique to the society and most importantly, their language. Every society has a language and even in large societies which have one language, there are often different variations across the geographical divide.  Societies often represent an amalgamation of different cultures and these different cultures are best reflected in the different languages that are used. In light of the current multicultural society, it is common to have many different nationalities represented in one nation. As Gladwell (236) explains, these societies have histories and cultures that form them.
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