How individuals are shaped by environment
How culture and environment impact people and define their values, attitudes and beliefs
Intended audience and purpose of the composer.
3. Language – reflects values, attitudes and beliefs, the interaction between society and language
The structure of a language affects the ways in which those who speak it conceptualise their world.
here's nothing but the feed telling you, This is the music you heard. This is the music you missed. This is what is new. Listen. (1.8)
When we got off the ship, our feeds were going fugue with all the banners. The hotels were jumping on each other, and there was bumff from like the casinos and mud slides and the gift shops and places where you could rent extra arms. I was trying to talk to Link, but I couldn't because I was getting bannered so hard, and I kept blinking and trying to walk forward with my carry-on. I can't hardly remember any of it. I just remember that everything in the banners looked goldy and sparkling, but as we walked down to the luggage, all the air vents were streaked with black. (2.2)
Her face, it was like, I don't know, it was beautiful. It just, it wasn't the way--I guess it wasn't just the way it looked like, but also how she was standing. With her arm. I just started at her. I was getting some meg feed on the food bar and the pot stickers were really cheap. (2.23)
Quendy and Loga went off to the bathroom because hairstyles had changed. (4.5)
We got there and it had been torn down. They had built a pretty nice stucco mall there, so Loga and Quendy said we should go in and buy some cool stuff to go out in. That seemed good to us. I wanted to buy some things but I didn't know what they were [...] Quendy bought some shoes, but the minute she walked out of the store she didn't like them anymore. Marty couldn't think of anything he wanted, so he ordered this really...