Language
By: Jose Nuno Gomes
All social beings need to communicate and use language, even if it's a very basic language. Dogs communicate through many kinds of language, for instance. They bark, move, run, etc to show if they're happy, hungry, sad, etc. That is a form of language for...
Will written text survive as a communication medium?
By: Linda Burleson
Someone told me back in the early 1990s that by the year 2000 we could eliminate filing cabinets because there would be no reason for hard copy. It is now 2008, and I am buried in paper, still. It is my humble opinion that written...
Intelligence
By: Aaaaaa Aaaaaa
Tips for cheating in the class work is an other intelligence(bad english im german sry)some people who practiced the whole week and then write a work start to be nervous and sweating. This is called a blackout.we are show you how to successfully cheat...
Will the Written Word ever Die
By: Cody Hodge
It is hard to believe, or at least at this point in time, it is hard to imagine that the written word will ever truly die. Even in 2008 there are still many roadblocks when it comes to eliminating the written word. First off, there...
Will Written Text Survive as a Medium
By: Patrick Sills
I am employed by a newspaper. No, I'm not on the writing staff. I deliver bundles to businesses and foot carriers to the tune of some 1100 each night. On Sundays, this increases to around 1400. My employer has around 28,000 subscribers, which is...
Will Written Text Survive as a Communication Medium
By: Alex Cull
Is written text doomed to die out? At first glance, this might seem to be a real possibility. Fewer people are reading books and newspapers; on the other hand, digital media are proliferating like crazy, providing us with ever more available streaming audio and video...
Which came first Language or Culture
By: Michael Fassbender
Language and culture are closely linked to each other, and throughout history, they have grown in tandem; in the first instance, however, the rudiments of language were necessary for the establishment of culture. If culture can be likened to a living cell, then language is...
Which came first Language and Culture
By: June Cheatwood
Language came first, for obvious reasons. For one, it is instinctive for both humans and the lower animals to communicate, even creatures as far down the scale as ants; or even a human child reared with no experience of human culture. Recent research delineated, for...
Written Text will Survive
By: Brian Harrington
There can be no real question as to whether or not written communication will continue to be used as an indemniable link between people all over the globe for as long as we as a species continue to exist as sentient beings on this planet...
By: G E Barr
THE SCOPENo, human beings cannot change the way they are. But a single, individual human being can change him/herself. First that individual must pinpoint what it is that is causing problems and then that individual must want to change very badly.According to www.doc...

 

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