Language, technology and way of thinking: How technology affects the way we think and the way we speak


  • Henok Yizengaw Demisse Public Relations & Promotion Officer



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AbstractThe abstract nature of discussions on the detrimental and pragmatic influence of technology upon the way of thinking that human beings are geared to have made language and its affiliates loss proper notice among the social scientists. As they were not backed up with practical evidences and are prone to baseless hypothesis, they were left disregarded. Yet, the subject reemerged to the scientific panel discussion backed up with several practical and interdisciplinary researches.This study-following the footprints of these public discussion- gears mainly on language and technology particularly on the development of language, attitudinal change and on the endangered languages & cultures. The objective of the study is to indicate the influence of the rapidly growing tech-movement and soaring nature of the technology revolution on the way of thinking and communication among human beings.

Author Biography

Henok Yizengaw Demisse, Public Relations & Promotion Officer

Expert at Public Relations and Promotion Division