Write about the Language and Literacy of Youngsters Discourse.
Literature Discourse is my preferred type of discourse. Youngsters Discourse, Coffee Shop Discourse and Family Discourse are the others.
There are a few languages used in the literature Discourse I belong to.
We use literary words such as “metaphorical”, “prosaic”, and “poetic” that are directly related to the literary vocabulary.
We are often expected to use high-quality words in class, which can sometimes be sarcastic. Conversational language is rarely used.
We use words like “but” instead of “but”, and we often use words like “however”, which adds a sense to grandeur and magnificence.
The youngster discourse is one discourse that can be difficult to understand for outsiders who are not familiar with the language used within the discourse group.
This discourse is often used by young people, particularly the college and University words. It also includes new words such as “uber cool”, friend-zone, “cazz” (Fairclough 2013, Fairclough 2013).
These words don’t have any specific meaning and the English dictionary doesn’t recognize them.
These words are still being used today, especially on social media. They have also become very popular with the younger generation (Mccarthy and Carter 2014).
The words are used to suggest concepts that are unfamiliar to outsiders, which is what makes them more difficult to understand.
The word “swag” is used to denote a subtle style that an individual adopts.
The discourse is also difficult to understand for outsiders due to the addition of slangs or abusive words like “crap”.
Refer to the Reference List
Critical discourse analysis: The critical study language.
Language as discourse: Perspectives on language teaching