He goes ahead to explain the different challenges the global language faces in the various countries. George Orwell, through his essay "Politics and the English Language," criticizes the use of bad English vehemently. Changes in English are as result of its growth. He asserts
This form of oppression exists because native english speakers tend to interpret foreign words and names as if they were in english; in other words, english speakers apply an english pronunciation of letters to foreign words. This anglicization of foreign names is disrespectful and oppressive
But at this moment, I would like to briefly discuss the positive effects that British colonialism brought to India. First, Britain completely destroyed some Indian feudal societies and customs, which helped to promote the development of India’s modernization. Secondly, Britain established a model of Western capitalist society in India, thus laying the foundation for India’s economic development and making a great progress in Indian society. Overall, the British influence on Indian society was not only superficial, but a powerful impact on Indian’s traditional social structures and values. In other words, Britain changed the Indian civilization with western civilization and transformed the Indian society with the Western system.
This essay will discuss what the pros and cons are of the -lish language. The English language is dominating the world, several countries adopt the English language and form a new language, by combining the original language with the English. This development has its benefits and disadvantages in the country. There are people who appreciate the –lish language, and people who are against the transformation. This has caused a ruckus in several countries, for example,
Have you ever thought that history can be used in both good and bad ways? History has impacted perspective and how people act on things for countless generations. History is used and abused which can be seen through the reflection on historical background in Lord of the Flies, through philosophical belief affecting how people treat history, as well as through how historical events cause new perspectives to form. Lord of the Flies is able to portray that history can influence people directly in both positive and negative ways. “We’re English, and the English are best at everything.” Golding expresses that there is often an underlying feeling of superiority within society that is used by history.
Transnational migration is not only complicating culture and cultural relationships within the nationstate, but the rise of the multicultural society that is associated with it is simultaneously having fundamental implications for the self of individual migrants and all their relations at home and abroad. In this context, a dialogical perspective on the self
This paper of our aims at bringing in on how the colonisation has effected Indian society, by studying a few important factors effected.  INRODUCTION: India a land of multiple diversities has a great and ancient culture. It’s one of the oldest and richest cultures which is now under serious threat as western culture is laying strong foundation in india and slowly wiping out indian culture. Western culture can also be denoted to as cutting-edge culture; this is because its notions and ethics promote the progress and sustainment of advanced civilization. Westernization has greatly affected our traditions, customs, our family and our respect and
Why? Because it challenges us to act and think globally. On the other hand, there is undoubtedly an obstacle that stands in the way of the globalization of multilingual ability. Colonialism made it such that nations worldwide are fluent in a few countable languages. English is one of those.
Individual Liberty, Globalization and global Transformations Globalization has increased the interconnection between countries in a way that made national borders disappear. This interconnection caused many nation-states to try to impose a collective identity in their nations as a method to preserve the national identity ( Vargas Llosa 2001). In his article, “The Culture of Liberty”, Vargas Llosa (2001) argues that globalization or, in his own words “modernization”, gives people individual liberty, which is essential for the proliferation of the culture contrary to collective identity imposed by some nation-states. In the other hand, Giddens (1999) argues that globalization is making many transformations around the world, cultural, economical
However, modernity has also bred conflict due to two ideologies that have coincided with it. The ideologies of race and nationalism are rooted in modernity, their very conception is a product of post-Enlightenment European ideology on how to best organize societies. This organization of society has been a double-edged sword insofar that race and nationalism have created new markers of identities and new arenas of conflict. When these two ideologies are accompanied by social upheaval and/or war, the result is often genocide as evident in both the Holocaust and the Armenian Genocide. The ideologies of race and nationalism are what makes genocide a modern phenomenon and wherever one finds a fervor enchantment of one of these ideologies then a precursor to genocide can then be