The development of the language construct is found to vary between the cultures. Ubiquitious language such as English is also influenced by culture and the local dialect. Eckert (2004) probes into the way the language dynamics and the body language are found to be related to each other. There is a significant cultural interpretation to each language. This is clearly observed in each of the cultures. In the case of the immigrant groups the adolescents in the community try to negotiate their own identity in a different community and they are trying to adapt to the newer situation. In the case of the immigrant children there is the home culture and the Anglo-American school culture. They are forced to have two kinds of ideologies and practices. The language development is also influenced by these facts as well. In the article Eckert (2004) tries to probe into the nuances of the language from the perspective of age. Adolescence in particular is considered to be a rebellious stage where the language construct is found to change form the conventional grammatical terms. Adolescent stage is lives stages which are the stage where the individuals are changing and trying to establish their identity and belong to their peer groups.
Three factors are stated in this article, it is the life stage, impact of the micro familial culture and the normative societal construction and this impacts the language development. This has been probed in this article. Prior to reading this article, it was assumed that the classroom discussion would be about the peer groups and slang discussion. It was also assumed that the tutor would discuss about the responsibility in teenagers and ways to make them study. However, this article tries to explore about the normative social expectations and this in itself was surprising. Empathy towards this life stage has been explained by Eckert (2004). There is explanation of how this life stage is merely a reciprocal reaction to the normative social ideologies and the ideas of raging hormones. Adolescence is a life stage that is different and nuanced based on the individual perception and the individual influential factors.