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    Title: How Do Martian Words Affect Language and Culture in Taiwan?
    Authors: 陳怡靜
    Keywords: Language and Culture Taiwan
    Martian Words
    Date: 2007-04-18
    Issue Date: 2009-08-04 14:43:40 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: Nowadays, the Internet is a way to connect people’s life. When the Internet is going to be more and more popular in the young generation, a subculture is using frequently on the Internet. The subculture is combining missing words and poor grammar. Generally speaking, Martian words is kind of Internet language that people use for swift typing. They abbreviated long term words and replaced by numbers or symbols. In Taiwan, some parents are worry about their children who are used the Martian Words will affect Chinese ability. So some people are opposed to use Martian Words and think that we should forbid the subculture. We want to understand what opinion does the public thought about the Martian Words in Taiwan. We put our questionnaire on the Internet, and we invited 200 participants in Taiwan to fulfill this task. All we know, Martian words were just a new culture, not to take it too seriously. You may either choose to use it or not.
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