Use of Professional Language in Media

Khalid Ahmad Habib

Head and Lecturer of journalism and Mass Communication

Department, Paktia University, Gardiz, Paktiya, Afghanistan

Corresponding Author: habib.khalid5@gmail.com

 

DOI: 10.52984/ijomrc1313

 

Abstract:

Every language in the world has its own basics, goals and characteristics, but all are harmonious in communicative value, this means that every language transmits communication, knowledge, ideas, culture, feeling, purpose and many other things. On the other hand, languages ​​are the names that are specific to the power of speech of certain nations and people around the world, such as: Pashto is the language of the Pashteens tribe, Hindi is the language of the Hindu tribes, and English is the language of the English tribes and so on. It is not important  for a person to understand  many languages, even if, one speaks only in one's native language , one is able to share one's thoughts, desires and feelings with others.

Since, every language in the world has its own terminology, which includes academic, professional vocabulary and information. This article is written by taking references from different books, experiences and instructions in regard to my profession or journalism about the origin of language, communicative value, characteristics of language, function of language, linguistic problem and language of media. Scholar’s views are mentioned and the use of professional language, guidance, and its impact on professional language especially in media is also discussed. And in appropriate places, practical examples are also incorporated from across the country, the region and the world, for better explanation of the subject to readers.

Keywords: Origin of language, communicative value, media language.