P119
Emerging trends in creative patterns in language communication and development

Convenors:
Yashpal Vyas (Christian College Indore)
Sudheer Chandra Hajela (J N P G College, Lucknow)
Shalini Misra (Sainik School Ghorakhal, Nainital, UK, India)
Discussant:
Manisha Sharma
Location:
302
Start time:
16 May, 2014 at 13:30
Session slots:
3

Short abstract:

This panel focuses on how anthropological and sociological changes have led to and influenced changes and development both in language and in literary writings.

Long abstract:

This panel focuses on how anthropological and sociological changes have led to and influenced changes and development of language as revealed in both society and literature-both in synchronic and diachronic approaches. The technological development and media have powerfully effected language evolution in relation to both culture and civilization over time which have to be duly reviewed and to see how print, electronic and social campaigns brand, promote or shape language phenomenon and investigates the cultural work that contribute to develop insight into the conditions of new social and linguistic networks of language and literary communities. What are the major changes that have taken place within the last decades within language and in literature? How is this related to technological developments and globalization with respect to media and communication? The panel hopes to foster an understanding for the conditions, aims to account for emerging language worlds within societies and among creative writers. The panel records observations, investigates the evolution in language and communication with new emerging creative patterns and trends including new syntactical, semantic or creative patterns in language and literature that may account for culture insights and their inherent purpose, motive and direction which will help understand creativity and creative instinct. The panel endeavors to encompass all kinds of communication, even reflected in literary writings such as feminist stance or communicative strategies in feminist, diasporic, subaltern or oriental writings, as also their changing paradigms, and also with respect to colonial, post-colonial, post modern, post structural approaches to communications.