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ERIC Number: ED078460
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1973-Apr
Pages: 27
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An Epistemic Based Information-Communication Model for Management of Communication Disorders.
Murray, Elwood; Stewart, Joseph L.
The methodological soundness of a number of communicational models is tested for relevance to communicative disorders. Existing models lack isomorphism in relating environment to language structure. A new model, useful in classification of communicative disorders, is proposed, tested, and found to encompass (1) an indication that language is a tool for human adjustment, (2) an accounting for the variables that work together in the process of symbolizing, (3) feedback, (4) an explanation for disordered communication, (5) a provision for all the receptive-Expressive and central processes, and (6) a means of harmonizing interdisciplinary research in communication. (CH)
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Note: Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the International Communication Assn. (Montreal, April 25-29, 1973)