language, technology, American culture, Russia
In an era rife with complaints over the degradation of language in the face of a host of commonly cited bugaboos (inferior schools, lazy pupils, declining morals, insidious new media technologies), one can only be heartened by the fact that language and language usage continue to be a source of popular discussion and debate. Even in American culture, where reverence for the national tongue has historically paled compared to the likes of France and Russia, one can find regular language-related rubrics in both print and broadcast media (e.g. “Word on the Street” and “Week in Words” [Wall St. Journal], “On Language” [a regular feature in The New York Times until February 2011], “A Way With Words” [National Public Radio]).
Gorham, Michael S.
"Review Essay: Popularizing Russian Language,"
Russian Language Journal: Vol. 63:
1, Article 16.
Available at: https://scholarsarchive.byu.edu/rlj/vol63/iss1/16