Using language in conversations of speakers of different ages via social media

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Uraiwan Khampila
Thunteerada Naksen

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Research on the use of language in conversations of speakers of different ages via social media. The objective is to study the communication pattern factors that contribute to the peculiarities of The Thai language. In conversations of speakers of different ages through social media, and to study the characteristics of language in the conversations of speakers of different ages through social media. It collects the language used in conversations from social media, including the Line app. During online teaching between teachers and students of the Faculty of Industrial Technology Nakhon Phanom University includes 10 professors between the ages of 30 and 40 and 5 students aged 15-20 each, and analyzed them according to social linguistic guidelines. This results in the language characteristics of the conversation. as follows 1) Having a small display area causes each messaging to be worded. A short but short but short phrase, which is to achieve continuous communication with 2) having a very small keyboard causes a lot of typos and spell variations. Make the language used in the conversation appear emoticons and stickers using both instead of text and to assemble the text in a certain way. The nature of language is used in conversations of speakers of different ages through the media. Social media is divided into six characteristics: 1) spelling variation, 2) use of reconstruction words, 3) special typing, 4) use of non-abbreviations that are commonly used, 5) creating words instead of sounds, and 6) dialect words, but the use of language can also be expressed in conversation contexts.  

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Khampila, U., & Naksen, T. (2022). Using language in conversations of speakers of different ages via social media. Journal of Engineering Technology Access (JETA) (Online), 2(1), 56–70. https://doi.org/10.14456/jeta.2022.5
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