Judith Irvine and Susan Gal argue that linguistic ideology arises because language owners and users themselves are subject to political and moral issues that pass through specific social-linguistic areas. In short, as the writers formulated briefly, it is impossible to consider a language from scratch [i.e., objectively]. Consequently, any attempt to understand a language unit will inevitably approach the unit from a certain point of view that reflects the prejudices or preferences of the person who understands the language unit.
Language ideologies influence language development and play a key role in solving linguistic relationships. Language links occur when two or more speech communities – including their own culture and world views – are mutually interconnected in language communication. The result of protracted and intense linguistic links largely depends on linguistic ideologies and includes bilingualism / multilingualism, diglossia, pidgin / creole languages, language change and lingo. In almost every linguistic region there are three basic processes that enable a given language unit to "find, recognize, interpret and rationalize its similarity or deviation from another language unit: iconization, deletion, and fractal recursivity." The elements of the khoisan languages have been incorporated into the (1966) Zulu and Xhosa belong to the category of Nguni languages, which originally did not contain cello sounds, the Khoi languages dominant feature of the South African indigenous peoples, which are for the Zulu and the Xhosa-speaking peoples they seemed strange when their migration eventually came to South Africa, but the Khoni people's associates entered their vocabulary, the entry point was through the Nguni language avoidance / respec- tive register, called hlonipha. lexical elements in the daily vocabulary of Nguni, due to respect for certain organizations, such as a respected person. By integrating Khoi clicks and using prohibited items, Nguni people were able to add effective lexical substitutes that complement their existing vocabulary and comply with the language ban of their culture, whose act is an ideological choice.
among the conditions of the three basic processes, the iconization appeared when the cononants were interpreted as icons of the idea of the outside world. The deletion occurred when the complex relationship between the Nguni and Khoi languages was found to be significant, as one aspect of the other became an integral part of the other. Finally, fractal recursivity is reflected in the distinction between the Nguni and Khoi languages between the two modes of communication – the distinction between daily and hloniphas in the nguni language.
Likewise, the accent in many animated films is to produce the desired language effect. In the lion king, for example, the British accent attributed to the British Scarlett Killer has become a common iconization of intelligence and sophistication and uses the evil picture in the film. During the deletion, Mufasa's controversy with his own American accent – ultimately brothers – is subordinated by the milieu: they all talk about animals in the fantastic iteration of an African savannah and who are interested in the accent? Finally, fractal recursivity prevails as the most significant determinant of verbal dialogue allows the use of accent as a differentiation mechanism for character development
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