Language, Culture and Communication

Parlak, Erdinç (2009) Language, Culture and Communication. In: 1st International Symposium on Sustainable Development, June 9-10, 2009, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina.


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Man is born with an ability which distinguishes him from the rest of the creatures in the world; an ability which means the evidence of his life and existence. He starts to get accustomed to his environment and begins to communicate. Together with his biological and spiritual development he reacts and gains experience and finally learns a language totally. He is included in the system of his environment by this language. Gradually the parameters that reflect the culture and language structure of the society in which he lives becomes apparent in the mind of individual. Now, the individual has gained the ability to communicate with his environment and opens up his feelings, thoughts and beliefs to other people. Today, also called the age of globalization, the effect of information technologies on the societies is among the most common issues.

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