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In defence of jargon – it might be infuriating but it also has its uses

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In defence of jargon – it might be infuriating but it also has its uses
Differentiating between bad jargon and good jargon.

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Why We Use Jargon

Why We Use Jargon

Jargon is used by people to convey certain information in a shortened way and is irritating to hear for some. It conveys a tone of pride and is exclusionary by default.

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Unnecessary Jargon: A Major Turn-Off

Research shows that the business world, especially venture capitalists, investors and knowledgeable insiders, are unimpressed by unnecessary jargon, and can even form a negative perception towa...

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The Good Side Of Jargon

Jargon is sometimes useful as it makes information concise and clear, at least to the experts. It also helps objectify the problem and create a certain distance, helping in situati...

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