Integrating the mind - an analysis of the metaphorical terminology in autism research

Bidragets oversatte titel: Integration af sindet - en analyse af terminologimetaforik inden for autismeforskning

Publikation: Bog/antologi/afhandling/rapportBogForskning

Abstrakt

Traditional approaches study ’communicational problems’ often in a discourse of disabledness or deficitness. With an ontology of communcation as something unique and a presupposed uniqueness of each one of us, this article suggests how an integrationist could approach and help facilitate a new methodological perspective on the study of problems in communication and strive towards a more humanized methodology. The claim is that the standard clinical discourse in relation to e.g. autism covers only an isolated concept of mind and thus of autism. As it is discussed in this article, studies in autism rely on metaphorical terminology, which presupposes that the mind is an impersonal decoding machine.
Bidragets oversatte titelIntegration af sindet - en analyse af terminologimetaforik inden for autismeforskning
OriginalsprogEngelsk
UdgivelsesstedGuldbæk
ForlagAnvendt Ny Integrationel Lingvistik, 996807
Vol/bind1
Udgave1
Antal sider26
ISBN (Elektronisk)978-87-996807-0-2
StatusUdgivet - 29 dec. 2013

Note vedr. afhandling

Er blevet peer-reviewed af eksperter inden for feltet men ikke udgivet af andre end forfatteren selv, som er pioner inden for området og forfatter til den første danske afhandling om anvendt integrationel lingvistik (Sprog, der ikke kommunikerer, 2002, speciale i Sprogpsykologi).

Emneord

  • integrational linguistics
  • Roy Harris
  • autism research
  • discourse studies
  • language psychology
  • integrationism
  • William James
  • psychology
  • clinical discourse
  • everyday communication
  • Ethnography
  • interaction folklore
  • anvendt ny integrationel lingvistik
  • anvendt integrationisme
  • Sprogpsykologi
  • foståelsespsykologi
  • autismeforskning
  • autismeforståelse
  • beskrivelsesvilkår

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