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Outline Goody, Jack, and Ian Watt. “The Consequences of Literacy.” Comparative Studies in Society and History, vol. 5, no. 03, 1963, p. 304., doi:10.1017/s0010417500001730. I. Introduction: Exploring meaning, development and literacy movement from "man as an animal" to "man as an animal who speaks and writes" II. "The intrinsic nature of oral communication has a significant impact on the content and transmission of the cultural heritage" p.2 a. It defines a context to understand what the value of the language considers as an important component (but not necessarily essential) of the culture and its development; It is a language that informs others. b. This is the language that acts as the basis for writing (or memory, as we can see on page 5, or communication, as we will see). III. The personal relationship between language and oral culture. What I want to call in terms of language, a simple story and a relationship economy creates if "the layers" and the context of the language sense can be dirty between the presence and the temporality.
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