CHANGE OF DICTION FROM TRADITIONAL LEXIS TO COMPUTER LEXIS: A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF NORTH BY THE NORTHWEST (1959) AND GHOST IN THE SHELL (2017)
This study seeks to analyze the old or traditional lexis of English language and the newly emerged form or computerized form of language under the specific technosocial circumstances. This research is based on a comparative study of two films that includes North by the Northwest (1959) to analyze the simple or traditional diction. The other movie is a latest science fiction film Ghost in the Shell (2017) that is to be analyzed for the new emerging form of language produced due to the rapid growth of different social websites and electronic discourses. This change has critically analyzed through the Internet Linguistics under the Sociolinguistic Perspective. After a detailed literature review the researchers have designed the research questions in order to analyze the above mentioned transformation. The particular study questions certain facts with reference to the specific historical background and Sociolinguistic context. Crystal (2004) has introduced a new variety of English language that is born and sandwiched within the scientific and computerized inventions. This two layered comparison has projected the particular societal impacts on different fields of life especially its affective relation with English, which is a global language.