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This study deals with the notion that swearing is common in the spoken language of male Indian undergraduates and it is a topic worthy of linguistic study. The study investigates the use of swearing in everyday conversation, by young male Indian undergraduates in the university, as they form groups. Swearing among these undergraduates is used with great ease and seems to be part of a code that opens the door to popularity. They have become acclimatized to modern trend in language where swearing is considered as easy going, informal and trendy. The objectives of this study hypothesizes that…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
This study deals with the notion that swearing is common in the spoken language of male Indian undergraduates and it is a topic worthy of linguistic study. The study investigates the use of swearing in everyday conversation, by young male Indian undergraduates in the university, as they form groups. Swearing among these undergraduates is used with great ease and seems to be part of a code that opens the door to popularity. They have become acclimatized to modern trend in language where swearing is considered as easy going, informal and trendy. The objectives of this study hypothesizes that swearing is essential for communication among the young male Indian undergraduates. Due to their close relationship, they can be natural and so swear. This study also hopes to provide an insight for people in society to see that swearing is a topic worthy of linguistic study because it is a neglected area of research. It will also address the language of swearing in everyday conversation of these young male Indian undergraduates. The significance of this study is to highlight that swearing is used with great ease and has come to be accepted as a norm among the young male Indian undergrad
Autorenporträt
Robinson Fernandez is a practicing teacher in SMK Tok Perdana, Sitiawan, Perak, Malaysia. The author, has been teaching teenagers(16-18 years) for the last 25 years and is his first published article. The topic was chosen since swear words is commonly spoken between teenagers in this age group which the author found worthy to be studied.