Mahalagang pangyayari sa pagdating ng mga amerikano
Bakit hindi, sa buong taon, maaari namang mangarap.
This is the aim of the rationalization of technical language.Ang sanaysay na ito ay sipi mula sa orihinal na papel.Di maaaring kopyahin o iprint at ilimbag nang walang pahintulot sa awtor) Abstract.It is understood as a “feature” and bears no lexical meaning as far as the users/consumers are concerned. Hence, this paper explores the epistemological gap between technical and everyday languages and relates this assumption with ICT’s rapid innovations/evolutions and society’s modernization.How do technical words fulfill the vision of a common language, a rationalized language, as Asians embrace technology?On the one hand, the increased technical rationalization of modern society has paved the way to reflexive construction of knowledge of which technical and everyday languages, on the other hand, are more disparate and widely delineated than ever.
However, it is obvious that functionality and sophistication of these machines like computers, cellphones, handhelds decrease our understanding of its “technicality.” A mere utterance of “WAP” suggests nothing but a buzzword in cellphones and palmtop use.
The domain is typically related with modernization and rationalization laying down the groundwork for the possibility of ICT, whereas, the chink in that domain points to a need for a de-rationalized language of ICT in Asian perspective.
The process of language rationalization of technical words If technology should have been the key towards alleviating the condition of man, its democratization in terms of accessing, understanding, communicating, utilizing and distributing it, should correspond to the level where its growth becomes expansive across cultures, nation-states, race, gender, class and time.
There is an increasing number of new words within the practice and domains of information and communication technology today.
These words typically lend hands in constructing a technical language diffused in consumerist societies understood one-sidedly by its creators/producers/owners of technology.
Using available technology today, this amount of information, however, is mostly communicated in technical terms.