Because of the impact of the society and parents plus the evolution of new technologies, young people are less and less able to communicate face to face. Young people are losing the ability to socialize face to face because of parents and society. A few decades ago, parents and the society used to be more flexible about freedom. Nowadays, a lot of parents choose to “shortened the leash on their kids” by limiting their independence because they feel that it is the best way to protect their children from what is happening in the outside world such as child-abduction for example. Not only are parents stricter, but the actual society as well.
Since the English language has prowess over almost the entire world, children tend to be raised speaking their parents’ language at home, and socially speaking only English. As a result, it is no surprise that worldly languages are on a downfall. When a language disappears, the genuine loss is more aesthetic than cultural. The melodious rolling of the ‘r’ in Spanish, or the harsh Russian emphasis on words is what is really lost. Future linguists will make an attempt to read and pronounce the words on a page, but, once the
Course Title Instructors’ Name Student Name: Student ID: The Dying of Languages under Urbanization As the world is increasingly globalized and homogenized, many of those languages spoken by people will likely disappear. Many small communities are gradually abandoning their native tongues in favor of dominant languages such as English, Spanish or Mandarin. According to the research, there are about 7,000 languages in the world. However, 80 percent of the world population speaks only 83 of the 7000 different languages (Harrison 14). Those languages which are at risk of losing all of its speakers in a few generations is consider as endangered languages (Krauss 6).
They have only family members in key management positions. This has hurt them for example in Saudi Atabia because of having to pull out and by only having two second-generation family members available able to fill the spot doesn’t leave enough managers at the main head quarters of operations. If they want to expand they will need to have non family members in key management positions because they have only a few family members to fill new management roles. They have no discussion of future planning. There could be more revenue problems with the unstable political situation in the region and If they want to increase revenues they need to come up with a plan on how to do this along with how to deal with other future problems.
My opinion about this is that law is really not that great.. there is many reason why this law is not good, and not a great idea. For examples people that work for the companies that make the phones will start losing money. Other example is that people are not going to buy phones and the companies will start losing money. Most parents now a days buy phones their kids because sometimes the kids really need it. Sometimes when their parent cant call them, they will leave a message.
This issue is affecting immigrant families, children and child care setting because they are unable to communicate in English very well and this barrier affects them emotionally, physically and mentally. Families may face issues in communicating with people in the same neighbourhood; they won’t be able to socialize with the people who are living in their surroundings. Even people, who belong from the same country as them, might make fun of them and look down upon them as they are unable to speak English
Mathew R. Mamea Professor Kim Response Paper Ling-102 Language Endangerment An Endangered language is the language that is likely to become extinct in the near future. Many languages are falling out of use and being replaced by others that are more widely used in the region or nation such as English in the United States or Spanish in Mexico. Many other languages are not being learned by new generations of children or by new generations of adult speakers. These languages become extinct when the last speaker dies. In fact, dozens of languages today have only one native speaker still living; and that person’s death will mean the extinction of the language.
An endangered language is a language that is at risk of falling out of use as its speakers die out or shift to speaking another language. Language loss occurs when the language has no more native speakers, and becomes a "dead language". If eventually no one speaks the language at all, it becomes an "extinct language". While languages have always gone extinct throughout human history, they are currently disappearing at an accelerated rate due to the processes of globalization and neo-colonialism, where the economically powerful languages dominate other languages.  More commonly spoken languages dominate the less commonly spoken languages and therefore, the less commonly spoken languages eventually disappear from populations.
This again can have bad consequences for the child, like low self-esteem, bad behavior and sat on the edge, drug addiction. (BP) A small family will also suffer from family-death. No one lives forever, so being an only child will certainly have its disadvantage. Families consisting of 4 siblings can support and be there for each other when losing a family member. If the child were to suffer from a tragic accident, losing both of its parents, the child wouldn’t have siblings to turn to or be with, and today it’s not given that you have your grandparents, since people tend to get children when they have passed their thirties.