ERIC Number: ED373486
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1993-Dec
Language Interaction in Clinical and Educational Settings. ASHA Monographs No. 30.
Kovarsky, Dana, Ed.; And Others
This collection of papers focuses on how adults communicate with children in institutional settings such as public schools and day care centers, and how professionals in the field of communication disorders communicate among themselves. Papers include: "Introduction: Linguistic Theories and Language Interaction" (Madeline M. Maxwell); "Inuit Efforts To Maintain Face: Elements from Classroom Discourse with Inuit Children" (Alice Ericks-Brophy and Martha B. Crago); "Locating Communicative Competence: The Dialogue of Immigrant Students and American Teachers" (Barbara Gomes); "Understanding Language Variation: Conflict Talk in Two Day Cares" (Dana Kovarsky); "View of Children's Word-Finding Difficulties: Disciplinary Influences" (Patricia A. Prelock and Robert O. Lupella);"Professional Communicative Paradigms in Family-Centered Service Delivery" (Carol E. Westby and Valerie Ford); "Values Conflict in a Diagnostic Team" (Madeline M. Maxwell and Dana Kovarsky); "Conflict Talk in a Professional Meeting" (Madeline M. Maxwell); and "Establishing Expertise in Communicative Discourse: Implications for the Speech-Language Pathologist" (Jack S. Damico). (References accompany each paper.) (JDD)
Descriptors: Caregiver Speech, Communication Disorders, Communicative Competence (Languages), Conflict, Cultural Differences, Day Care Centers, Educational Environment, Elementary Secondary Education, Eskimos, Immigrants, Interpersonal Communication, Interprofessional Relationship, Language Acquisition, Linguistic Theory, Meetings, Teamwork, Values
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Publication Type: Collected Works - General
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, Rockville, MD.