Research Methods in Clinical Linguistics and Phonetics: A Practical Guide

Nicole Müller, Martin J. Ball
John Wiley & Sons, 24 oct 2013 - 336 páginas
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Research Methods in Clinical Linguistics and Phonetics


“Up to date and covering a refreshingly wide range of approaches, this is a first-rate guide and resource for both practitioners and consumers of research in clinical linguistics and phonetics.”
Mick Perkins, University of Sheffield

“This truly outstanding collection of readings, treating a number of critical issues with great clarity, is certain to be quickly recognized as a valuable resource by the community of researchers.”
Martin R. Gitterman, The City University of New York

Research Methods in Clinical Linguistics and Phonetics introduces a wide range of research philosophies, methods, and tools used across linguistics, phonetics, and speech science, as applied to disordered speech and language. Comprised of sixteen chapters, each authored by specialists representing a variety of approaches, the volume addresses core topics for students `undertaking their own research, including:

  • experimental and quasi-experimental methods
  • qualitative methods, including ethnography and conversation analysis
  • sociolinguistics
  • corpus construction and analysis
  • data recording, transcription, and digital analysis of speech

In addition to exploring these and other topics, the volume considers the research ethics associated with working with those who have speech or other communication difficulties. There is a detailed discussion of the dissemination of research results in the form of theses, dissertations, and journal articles, and of the peer review process. Chapters include summary boxes to highlight salient information, and resources for researchers such as relevant web archives and tools. It offers students and researchers from a variety of entry points – such as linguistics, education, psychology, and speech pathology – an introduction to the scope of research in clinical linguistics and phonetics, and a practical guide to this interdisciplinary field.


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Linguistics Phonetics and SpeechLanguage
Research Ethics
Experimental and Quasiexperimental Research
An Ethnographic Approach to Assessing
Conversation Analysis Applied to Disordered Speech
and What is a Transcript?
Digital Analysis of Speech Audio
Imaging of Speech Data
Statistical Methods

Clinical Sociolinguistics
Qualitative Research in Clinical Linguistics

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Nicole Müller is Professor of Communicative Disorders at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette, and holds a Hawthorne-BORSF Endowed Professorship. She is co-editor of the journal Clinical Linguistics and Phonetics and of the book series Communication Disorders Across Languages. She is the co-author of Approaches to Discourse in Dementia (with J. A. Guendouzi, 2006), editor of Multilayered Transcription (2007), and co-editor of The Handbook of Language and Speech Disorders (with J. S. Damico and M. J. Ball, Wiley-Blackwell, 2010).

Martin J. Ball is Hawthorne-BORSF Endowed Professor at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette. He is co-editor of the journal Clinical Linguistics and Phonetics and two book series: Communication Disorders Across Languages and Language and Speech Disorders (with J. S. Damico). He co-edited The Handbook of Clinical Linguistics (with M. Perkins, N. Müller and S. Howard, Wiley-Blackwell, 2008) and The Celtic Languages (with N. Müller, 2009), and co-wrote Phonology for Communication Disorders (with N. Müller and B. Rutter, 2010).

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