A Linguistic Analysis of Social Network Communication





Internet, social networks, virtual communication, written and oral communication, Kazakh language, Internet language


This article provides a definition of linguistic analysis in Kazakh for social network communication. The article defines the linguistic properties of social network language using materials of social network speech in Kazakh. The article’s purpose is to recognize and describe the linguistic characteristics of online communication in the context of Kazakh language interaction on various social media platforms. The specific paper was written using a combination of methods, including linguistic analysis of Kazakh writings from social networks and the analysis, comparison, and systematization of scientific literature. Moreover, the article also highlights the primary distinctions between written and spoken language, as well as discusses how oral and written communication differ from the freshly discovered “Internet language”.


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How to Cite

Kakharmanova , A., & Issayeva , Z. (2024). A Linguistic Analysis of Social Network Communication. EUROASIA JOURNAL OF SOCIAL SCIENCES & HUMANITIES, 11(37), 1–5. https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.11212669