Where should I ask Language and Sociology?
I fail to understand what intuitive means on "what’s on- and off-topic is not always intuitive".
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What does "what’s on- and off-topic is not always intuitive" mean?
, with the body of the question as:
I saw a comment that said
what’s on- and off-topic is not always intuitive
What does this mean?
I voted to close the question because I could not tell what you were trying to ask. To help understand why, consider the current first sentence:
Could someone systematically, methodologically, organisedly research Sociology, Civilisation, Culture through Language?
If I read this literally, the question is very broad. You seem to be asking people to do this research on the spot. However, then I assumed what you really meant was the following:
Is it possible for a researcher to scientifically study sociology, civilization and culture through language?
That seems to be what people actually do. So it would be possible, but then there must be more to this. However, I couldn't find a specific question.
I recommend rewriting this around a specific question you have in mind. Use a reference you can cite (preferably available online) to provide context. That reference would make the question even more specific.
I don't think this has any better chance of being accepted on any other site if the issue is clarity or being too broad.