Unlocking Societal Recognition and Acceptance: A Case Study of Python
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Keywords

Python
Society
Acceptance

DOI

10.26689/pbes.v6i6.5760

Submitted : 2023-11-22
Accepted : 2023-12-07
Published : 2023-12-22

Abstract

This study employs Python, a high-level programming language, as a case study. By analyzing the inherent characteristics of Python within its social context, this study explores its advantages in meeting social needs, influencing social psychology, and garnering external support. The primary objective of this analysis is to disrupt the established monopoly held by older programming languages such as Java, Rust, and C++. As a result, Python has emerged as the most widely utilized and popular programming language globally. Using Python as a representative example, this study extends its focus to examine the conditions under which products across various societal domains not only gain recognition but also find widespread acceptance and application in the world. Through thorough scrutiny within the demanding landscape of society, the study contends that products meeting such conditions are well-positioned to contribute significantly to societal progress.

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