MINISTRY OF EDUCATION AND SCIENCE OF THE REPUBLIC OF KAZAKHSTAN AL-FARABI KAZAKH NATIONAL UNIVERSITY Faculty of Philology, Literature and World Languages «6M021000», Foreign Philology PROJECT WORK “Internet in the Modern Society” Carried out by: Alimbayeva A.,Ongarbayeva M., Shakhanova Z., Taubayev Zh., Checked by: Azamatova A.H. Almaty, 2013
“INTERNET:Absolute Communication, Absolute Isolation”. Jim Clerk
MINISTRY OF EDUCATION AND SCIENCE OF THE REPUBLIC OF KAZAKHSTAN AL-FARABI KAZAKH NATIONAL UNIVERSITY “The Internet is not just one thing, its a collection of things - of numerous Faculty of Philology, Literature and World Languages communications networks that all speak the «6M021000», Foreign Philology same digital language.” ~Jim Clar PROJECT WORK “Internet in the Modern Society” Carried out by: Alimbayeva A.,Ongarbayeva M., Shahanova Z., Taubayev Zh., Checked by: Azamatova A.H. Almaty, 2013
ContentPart I. Internet is the greatest invention of the XX century.1.1 History of the Internet1.2 Types of Internet communicationPart II. Language and Internet.2.1 Language and Internet2.2Advantages and disadvantages of the InternetConclusionReferencesGlossary
General Characteristics 1.The internet, since discovered as a powerful communication tool has grown, expanded and spread throughout the world like wild fire. 2. The internet has broadened our horizons. Advertising on web pages, e-mail, instant chat, video conferencing.. . 3. The rise of the Internet has had a revolutionary effect on society. Internet has transformed society into informational one.
Introduction Topicality Computers Rapid penetration of informationalTechnology technologies into spheres of human life. Emergence of global Internet worldwide system Internet. As Internet gets a role of social factor SocialIncrease it attracts scientists` attention of Network Interaction socio-humanitarian disciplines.
Introduction Aim To comprehensively characterize the features of Internet and identify manifestations of language existence in Internet. Object Internet as a significant element of I. bjecb modern society. Subject Characteristics and features of Internet.
Tasks:1.To explore 2. To define 3. To establish thethe nature of technological features reasons of popularity the of the Internet. Internetphenomenon communication. Internet. 4. To reveal 5. To discover features 6.To discover the role of of the Internet as a advantages and Internet in language instrument of disadvantages ofinformational communication. internet society.
Theoretical and Practical Significance. Its theoretical importance lies in defining the concepts of "Internet" and "Internet communication" as social phenomenon. The practical significance of work is its results which can be used in the problems of an assessment internet`s role in the modern society.
INTERNETcomputer networks billions of users Global System Effects
Internet Usage Statistics in KazakhstanYear Users Population Percentage2000 70,000 14,841,900 0,52005 400,000 14,711,068 2.72007 1,247,000 14,653,998 8.52008 2,300,000 15,399,437 14,9 15,460,4842010 5,300,000 34,3
Work- Univer-place Home sity Essential to life
Access to research Learning Websites Making friends informationGetting products Entertainment Earn money Easy and cheap communication The Internet binds more people around the world
Negative effects frustration Shake the confidence Social isolation16% of Internet users Unreliability ofspend less time with Resources Family and friends Time Consuming
Types of Internet communication
Types of Internet communicationE-mail Twitter Skype Facebook Blogs Video conference
Advantages and disadvantages of Internet communication - Less social contact with people - Less hand-writing practice -Messages may be misinterpreted - Quick delivery -easy way to spread - Convinient -viruses to - Mass Contact -computers- Can attach documents- Doesnt use any paper
Internet linguistics is a sub-domain of linguistics advocated by David Crystal. It studies new language styles and forms thathave arisen under the influence of the Internetand other New Media, such as Short Message Service (SMS) text messaging
The study of Internet linguistics can beeffectively done through four mainperspectives:- sociolinguistics - educational - stylistics - applied
Conclusion 2. The content of the concept "internet" was 1.High development of science and revealed.technology led to development of Internet Internet is a virtual world of information and where social interaction is carried out .(chat, The history of Internet testifies it. email, online face-to-face communication etc.). Conclusion 4.We discovered advantages and 3.Internet communication disadvantages of Internet. It reflects social helps progresses and ideas of our modern society. to break the psychological barriers, On the other side Internet overloads us with but on the other hand it doesn`t useless and trivial information.develop skills of live communication. There is a risk of illegal access to your personal details.
References:• 1. Barnes S. В. Computer-mediated Communication: Human to Human Communication Across the Internet / S. B. Barnes. Allyn and Bacon, 2002.• 2.American Management Association International (1998): http://www.amanet.org/survey/hrc98.htm• 3. Morris M. The Internet as mass medium / M. Morris, C. Ogan // Journal of communication. 1996. - V. 46. - № 1. - P. 42.• 4. http://www.follow.ru/article/113• 5. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Internet• 6. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_the_Internet
Glossary:E-mail- Abbreviation for electronic mail. A letter or memo sent to a person or group electronically on the Internet.FTP-(File Transfer Protocol) An Internet tool/software utility which allows you to transfer files between two computers that are connected to the Internet. Anonymous FTP allows you to connect to remote computers and to transfer publicly available computer files or programs.HTML- (Hypertext Markup Language)The coding applied to text files that allows them to appear as formatted hypermedia documents on the World Wide Web.Internet- The worldwide, interconnected system of computer networks.Network- A set of computers that all use the same protocol in order to exchange information among themselves.Search Engine- A tool or program which allows keyword searching for relevant sites or information on the Internet. General and topic-specific search engines are prevalent today, for example, Education World, WebCrawler, Infoseek, Lycos, and Yahoo are examples of search engines.Service provier- A company that provides dial-up or direct access to the Internet for a fee. Sometimes referred to as ISP (internet service provider).URL- Short for Uniform Resource Locator. A string of characters used to uniquely identify a page of information on the WWW. This information is used by browser software to find other WWW, FTP, telnet, gopher, etc. sites on the Internet.WWW- Stands for World Wide Web. A very popular Internet service that organizes information using a hypertext and hypermedia system of linking documents, FTP sites, gopher sites, WAIS, and telnet.