Jargon is the technical terminology or characteristic idiom of a special activity occupational or social group. In earlier times, the term jargon would refer to trade languages used by people who spoke different native tongues to communicate, such as the Chinook Jargon. In literature, jargon can be spotted in the works of renowned writers like Shakespeare and Charles Dickens etc; their jargon relates to the expressions used during that period of time. Modern writers resort to jargon that is common today which makes it easy for their readers to relate to their work. Jargon can be found in the every field; work place, literature, business, medicine, films and even day-to-day languages are ridden with jargon. Jargon today has become a part of people's lives however, its usage in areas like military, teaching and politics has often been criticized.
In other words, the term covers the language used by people who work in a particular area or who have a common interest. Much like slang, it can develop as a kind of shorthand, to express ideas that are frequently discussed between members of a group, though it can also be developed deliberately using chosen terms. A standard term may be given a more precise or unique usage among practitioners of a field. In many cases this causes a barrier to communication with those not familiar with the language of the field. For example, bit, byte, and hexadecimal are jargon terms related to computing.
Jargon is like a type of shorthand between members of a particular group of people, often words that are meaningless outside of a certain context. Following are some examples of jargon that will help illustrate the concept.
We need some new Jargon, the public are starting to understand what we're talking about!