Integrating the participants' perspective in the study of language and communcation disorders: Towards a new analytical approach

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title = "Integrating the participants' perspective in the study of language and communcation disorders: Towards a new analytical approach",
abstract = "This book presents a new analytical approach that will advance the establishment of a new discourse within the study of language and communication disorders. Instances of recurring aphasia and acquired brain injury are discussed in an empirical observation study through a theoretical lens that combines Integrational linguistics, Ethnomethodology and Conversation analysis and Practice theory. In doing so, this interdisciplinary analysis adds a person-centered perspective to existing ethnographic approaches. It addresses a significant gap in our understanding of the social/communicative/interactional consequences of brain injury for everyday life by focusing on the practical problems that individuals with communication difficulties and acquired brain damage - and their care-takers, family and friends - have to solve in everyday life, and how they solve them. This innovative work will appeal to health and social care practitioners and care-givers, in addition to scholars of health communication, cognitive, psycho- and sociolinguistics.",
keywords = "Language disorders, Brain injury, integrational linguistics, Practice studies, Discourse studies, language psychology, language psychology, Multimodality, Practice studies, Practice theory, integrationism, integrational linguistics, Aphasia, Autism, Ontology, Language, Communication, ethnomethodology, conversation analysis, Charles Goodwin, Theory of mind, Participants' perspective",
author = "Klemmensen, {Charlotte Marie Bisgaard}",
year = "2018",
month = "4",
day = "10",
language = "English",
isbn = "978-3-319-78633-9",
publisher = "Palgrave Pivot",
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KW - Discourse studies

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KW - Practice studies

KW - Practice theory

KW - integrationism

KW - integrational linguistics

KW - Aphasia

KW - Autism

KW - Ontology

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KW - Communication

KW - ethnomethodology

KW - conversation analysis

KW - Charles Goodwin

KW - Theory of mind

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