Integrating the Participants' Perspective in the Study of Language and Communication Disorders: towards a new analytical approach

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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, 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
OriginalsprogEngelsk
UdgivelsesstedCham, Switzerland
ForlagPalgrave Macmillan
Antal sider155
ISBN (Trykt)978-3-319-78633-9
ISBN (Elektronisk)978-3-319-78634-6
DOI
StatusUdgivet - 2018

Emneord

  • Integrational linguistics
  • Seriality
  • sequentiality
  • Practice theory
  • Nexus Analysis
  • circumference
  • language psychology
  • Sprogpsykologi
  • Conversation analysis
  • ethnomethodology
  • contextualization
  • cotemporality
  • language disorders
  • Aphasia
  • autism
  • aquired brain injury
  • rehabilitation psychology
  • Rehabilitation centre
  • social interaction

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