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    Newspeak Newspeak vaporized the minds of the citizen of Ocenia, who were members of The Party. Imagine being in an environment in which you were not able to think. Imagine being treated like a robot. Imagine having no feelings like a robot, doing only what you are ordered to do, nothing for yourself. Welcome to Oceania, the utopian society of 1984 by George Orwell. In Oceania executive level members of The Party used Newspeak to gain control of the minds of lower level – common – party members. To

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    Circumspeak: Newspeak and Doublethink in Modern Media and Politics [OR] FALSEHOOD IS TRUTH: Newspeak and Doublethink in Modern Media and Politics Aldous Huxley once wrote, “Thanks to words, we have been able to rise above the brutes; and thanks to words, we have often sunk to the level of the demons” (299). The latter seems to be the situation in which we find ourselves today—with language being manipulated in the realms of media and politics, to the ultimate advantage of those doing the manipulating

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    decades, what we call module verbs. These are verbs like can, must, will, shall, etc.…’”’ (Rosen & Arts 1). First, the language used by Orwell’s society recognized as Newspeak, which is just the English language but simpler by cutting out the complicated vocabulary and making up new words that sound childish, is just simply a rubbish or slang version of English. The way they cut out complicated words in English trying to make it simpler resembles how the government’s ruling is not complicated at

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    Newspeak

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    Four’’ by George Orwell was composed to express what life would be like in London if under totalitarian rule. One controlling method is to obliterate ‘Oldspeak’ and in place use ‘Newspeak’ in order to control the country. Newspeak is the official subliminal language of Oceania and is based on the principles of Ingsoc. Newspeak has three different classes and is used to control and manipulate the population of Oceania to make them passive and oblivious to what the government is actually doing, but more

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    Theme Of Newspeak In 1984

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    George Orwell introduces Newspeak, the official language of Oceania, which functions by reducing and altering the English language. Big Brother is the leader Oceania, a totalitarian state, who wishes to gain full control and manipulate the people of Oceania. Big Brother is able to effectively control the people of Oceania through Newspeak, a language that will eventually limit their freedom of thought, influence

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    Newspeak is the official language of Oceania that will be adopted around 2050, it is engineered to remove the possibility of rebellious thoughts, Newspeak contains no negative terms (Orwell 19%). "Don't you see that the whole aim of Newspeak is to narrow the range of thought? In the end we shall make thoughtcrime literally impossible, because there will be no words in which

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    Nineteen Eighty-Four: A Literary Analysis George Orwell originally intended to title his work as “the Last Man in Europe”, and created a political statement implanted in the principles of Ingsoc, the Newspeak word for “English Socialism”. The novel was written in 1949, four years after the destruction of the Third Reich in Germany. Orwell’s chilling display of totalitarian rule is important to this day. Elements of Big Brother and the propaganda of the party can easily draw similarities in one’s

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    The central idea in Newspeak is used in today’s society to limit ideas and prevent people from being different. Political Correctness demands that people adhere to its standards of ideology in order to be acceptable to a society of peers. Any idea that is different than societies value is crushed by people who share political views. Words and actions are abolished by citizens in order to gain the approval of the people around them. The idea of Newspeak is alive in American society and controlling

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    The Dark World of George Orwell's 1984

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    defeat tyranny. Similarly, through the use of vocabulary, a man can verbalize, analyze and clearly understand those virtues and emotions that have guided history, and thus he may discover things worth living and dying for. But a people restrained by Newspeak-like vocabulary and apathetic political ignorance, like those of George Orwell’s novel Nineteen Eighty-Four, will be duped by their government into doublethink, and will thus be powerless against revisions of history, and eventually, the punishment

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    Winston, in the novel 1984, is struggling with a repressive society and trying to understand his place within it. He feels disconnected from the people around him and powerless within his own existence. As Winston ruminates about the forces controlling his life, it becomes clear to him that he needs to both think and act freely in order to be true to himself and his humanity. According to Joel M. Charon, freedom “depends on a society that allows and encourages it, on social conditions that do not

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