El concepto de “argot” en el discurso de la comunicación juvenil por internet en inglés y chino

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DOI:

https://doi.org/10.17162/au.v12i4.1254

Palabras clave:

Meme, idioma chino, jerga, idioma inglés, lingüistica, información, comunicación, juvenil.

Resumen

El presente artículo tuvo como objetivo estudiar los aspectos funcionales, lingüístico-pragmáticos y semánticos de la jerga juvenil en la comunicación por internet en inglés y chino. Para ello, se utilizaron los siguientes métodos empíricos, componentes discursivos, comparativos, lingüísticos y pragmáticos, asi como elementos estadísticos y descriptivos; a fin de lograr los objetivos de la investigación. El estudio identificó los conceptos predominantes de la jerga en el espacio de Internet para jóvenes en inglés. Estos son “educación”, “Descanso”, “amor”, “apariencia”, “emoción”, “beber”, “características de personalidad”, “internet”; siendo los más numerosos “educación” y “recreación”. El discurso en chino en la comunicación por internet se presenta con menos claridad que en inglés. El uso de muchas jergas en el espacio de internet se debe a la necesidad de expresar la individualidad y el deseo de concisión en la comunicación verbal entre los jóvenes. Asimismo, existe una tendencia creciente hacia el surgimiento, la difusión y el uso de la jerga de internet para denotar los medios y las herramientas del aprendizaje a distancia. Los resultados y conclusiones del estudio se pueden utilizar en clases de lexicología, sociología, comunicación intercultural, lingüística culturalmente orientada y lecciones de inglés.

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Publicado

2022-09-07

Cómo citar

Kravchenko, O. ., Vakaliuk, I. ., Kuzmych, O. ., Pereverten, N. ., & Sydorenko, T. . (2022). El concepto de “argot” en el discurso de la comunicación juvenil por internet en inglés y chino. Apuntes Universitarios, 12(4). https://doi.org/10.17162/au.v12i4.1254