Empowering 'Linguistic have-nots’: Empowering 'Linguistic have-nots’ in the interests of faster economic, social and cultural progress and development across cultures and societies

This paper seeks to further the aims and goals of our ‘Globalization of science” movement at least indirectly, if not directly. This is sought to be achieved by empowering ‘linguistic have-nots’ so that their economic performance can be improved, and their social and cultural development can be aided. We begin this paper with an overview of the field of linguistics, milestones in its development, and its various branches and areas of specialization. We also recapitulate theories on the origin of language, (including our Epochal polygenesis approach) and summarize the essence of our papers on language dynamics. We also review the essentials and basic concepts of linguistic ethnography, first language and second language acquisition theories, and the various downstream uses and limitations of, linguistic ethnography, and the lexical development of languages. We also review linguistic acculturation and enculturation theories, and review how technology, particularly more recently developed technology, can be used to increase linguistic fluency and proficiency and bridge the gap between linguistics haves and linguistic have-nots. We also review various theories in the field of pedagogy, and discuss the approaches developed by different countries to enhance their students’ linguistic skills. We also discuss the twin ideas of ‘linguistic sweet spot and ‘economic sweet spot’. The concepts in this paper, as such are expected to contribute greatly to greater economic performance, social and cultural development, and the emerging field of Anthropological economics.

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Rao Mandavilli, S. (2023). Empowering 'Linguistic have-nots’: Empowering 'Linguistic have-nots’ in the interests of faster economic, social and cultural progress and development across cultures and societies. Afribary. Retrieved from https://afribary.com/works/sujay-empowering-lingusitic-have-nots-final-final-final-final-final

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Rao Mandavilli, Sujay "Empowering 'Linguistic have-nots’: Empowering 'Linguistic have-nots’ in the interests of faster economic, social and cultural progress and development across cultures and societies" Afribary. Afribary, 10 Oct. 2023, https://afribary.com/works/sujay-empowering-lingusitic-have-nots-final-final-final-final-final. Accessed 18 Jul. 2024.

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Rao Mandavilli, Sujay . "Empowering 'Linguistic have-nots’: Empowering 'Linguistic have-nots’ in the interests of faster economic, social and cultural progress and development across cultures and societies". Afribary, Afribary, 10 Oct. 2023. Web. 18 Jul. 2024. < https://afribary.com/works/sujay-empowering-lingusitic-have-nots-final-final-final-final-final >.

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Rao Mandavilli, Sujay . "Empowering 'Linguistic have-nots’: Empowering 'Linguistic have-nots’ in the interests of faster economic, social and cultural progress and development across cultures and societies" Afribary (2023). Accessed July 18, 2024. https://afribary.com/works/sujay-empowering-lingusitic-have-nots-final-final-final-final-final

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