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Language expresses aspects of culture both explicitly and implicitly.
Gender expectations, behaviors, and cultural norms, are determined through language. A divide between the sexes has developed which includes language usages, intention, and understandings. This has created obstructions to communication between the genders.
The anthropological linguist will try to understand the language to learn more about the culture of that language. Aspects of that culture can be determined by the definitions of terms and usages of the language. In this sense, language and culture are very closely tied to one another.
Language influences and sculpts culture, and this determines how relationships within a society will associate. A very good explanation of how language specifically influences culture was postulated by Edward Sapir who argued that: Human beings do not live in the objective world alone, nor alone in the world of social activity as ordinarily understood, but are very much at the mercy of the particular language which has become the medium of expression for their society The fact of the matter is that the "real world" is to a large extent unconsciously built up on the language habits of the group.
Sapir Sapir states that "language is a guide to social reality" and that it "powerfully conditions all our thinking" The language we speak conditions our social behavior and how we speak that language will affect our view of reality.
Benjamin Lee Whorf, who studied under Sapir, continued the ideology through his analysis of linguistic and social structures in daily life This is widely known as the Sapir-Whorf Hypothesis and is used today in anthropological linguistics.
Whorf coined the "linguistic relativity principle" which states "that users of markedly different grammars are pointed by their grammars toward different types of observations and different evaluations of externally similar acts of observation, and hence are not equivalent as observers but must arrive at somewhat different views of the world" Language also varies between groups within a culture and each group will comprehend differently from another i.
This is due in part because of how language categorizes and classifies innately as well as how it has developed over time out of necessity.
The cultural aspects, which influence language unequivocally, tie to how we interact with one another in society. There are four elements that connect directly with common language usage: It is Gender Related Phenomenon that is of interest to us because of how gender markers affect language.
For example, in the 15th century they was used as 3rd person singular and was replaced by he which is a gender exclusive term grouping males and females together.But the source of this gender bias is not necessarily religious; it is a cultural phenomenon that is regrettably promoted under the guise of religion.
The bad news is that this is a reality that exists not only in rural parts of India, but also in modern, urban homes.
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