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Commun Sci Disord. 2001;6(1): 1-21.
A Longitudinal Study of the Acquisition of Communicative Intentions
Gyung Hun Hong` , and Young-Tae Kim`
Copyright ©2001 The Korean Academy of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology
홍경훈(Gyung Hun Hong)| 김영태(Young-Tae Kim)
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The present s tudy aimed to (1) propos e a sys tem for obs erving and coding Kor ean children s communicative intentions cover ing from ear ly to late language developmental s tages and to (2) inves tigate the types and modes of communicative intentions from one- word to two- word utter ance s tages by us ing the sys tem. The inventory of communicative intentions to code the childr en s intentional communication included r eques t , r espons e, comment , s tatement, acknowledgement , organization device and advanced speech acts which wer e further divided into a total of 39 subcategor ies . It was found that the verbal mode of communication was predominant. with dr amatical decr eas ing of ges tur e + vocal mode of communication at the age of 20 months . In terms of the types of communicative intentions , r espons e and r eques t wer e produced mos t fr equently in the ear lier per iod. However , the proportions of respons e and r eques t decr eas ed and comment and s tatement incr eas ed as the age incr eas ed. The older childr en demons trated var ied modes of communicative intentions including all subcategor ies s tudied except for the functions of dis approval, dis agr eement , and speaker s election."
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