Analysis of Utilitarian Learning Pattern Under the Background of Network Language Among Teenagers

yingqi YE, yin ZHANG

Abstract


Network language is generated in the Internet context, its emergence and development would always be influenced by Internet itself. With the prevalence of network among the youth group, teenagers’ behavior is increasingly influenced by the network language. This article aims to observe the teenagers’ utilitarian tendency in their study work, then analytic network language’s impaction on young people’s learning pattern and find the reason behind it.


Keywords


Network language; Teenagers; Utilitarian learning pattern

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/%25x

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