Limited language code as a result of an incomplete education on the basis of the research carried out among people with primary education
In this article there have been presented examples of texts written by people with only primary education. On the basis of linguistic analysis it has been stated that all of them use the same language code. The deliberation was based on the theory of language deeply rooted in a social context. It has been concluded that it is not only primary socialisation in the form of family context which contributes to linguistic development, but first of all, it is a decent education. Nevertheless, biological predisposition, e.g. intelligence can enhance shaping the developed linguistic code, even in children from neglected backgrounds, on the condition that they will be supported by the system of education.
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