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Zonal Constructed Language Contacts and Positive Globalisation / Heršak, Emil.

By: Heršak, Emil.
Material type: ArticleArticleDescription: 1-12 str.Subject(s): 5.04 | language ; culture ; (technical) development ; globalisation ; zonal constructed languages engOnline resources: Puni tekst | Puni tekst In: Open Journal for Anthropological Studies 1 (2017), 1 ; str. 1-12Abstract: This paper deals with languages and culture, zonal constructed language forms and world-wide globalisation. The link between language and culture is stressed in the first part of the paper, and the connection between language, culture and development is likewise noted. An intense development phase in technology (linked, it would seem, also to extensive language and culture diversity) occurred in the 19th century, yet afterward – and especially when English became dominant in the world, development (overall technical development) became less innovative. At the end of this paper, the author states that zonal constructed languages can be a new form in which to intensify linguistic and cultural ties throughout the world, and motivate positive globalisation.
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This paper deals with languages and culture, zonal constructed language forms and world-wide globalisation. The link between language and culture is stressed in the first part of the paper, and the connection between language, culture and development is likewise noted. An intense development phase in technology (linked, it would seem, also to extensive language and culture diversity) occurred in the 19th century, yet afterward – and especially when English became dominant in the world, development (overall technical development) became less innovative. At the end of this paper, the author states that zonal constructed languages can be a new form in which to intensify linguistic and cultural ties throughout the world, and motivate positive globalisation.

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