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            What are language norms?

            Language norms (or language templates) are profiles which are used when analyzing a text. They set the context of communication. The results of your text analysis can change depending on the language norm used.

            According to our research, the standards in written communication differ depending on the field or industry in which the communication takes place. For example, the communication style used in a medical or academic field differs from that used in business.

            Updated: 29 Jun 2015 06:10 AM
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