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ORIGINAL ARTICLE
Commun Sci Disord. 2006;11(2): 32-55.
Development of a Korean Assessment Model for the Articulation and Phonological Disorders
Soo Jin Kim`
Copyright ©2006 The Korean Academy of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology
김수진(Soo Jin Kim)
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ABSTRACT
The purpose of this study was to develop a Korean assessment model for the articulation and phonological disordered person. Interviews with 3 speech therapists from 3 different clinical settings, and 3 professors from related areas(phonetics, Korean phonology, and Teaching Korean as a Second Language)were conducted and the results analyzed by using a qualitative, constant-comparative design. Three themes for the future assessment model for Korean phonology disorders emerged from the qualitative analysis: (1) diagnostician(include setting), (2) client, and (3) diagnosis context. In addition, 10 subthemes were derived from the 3 main themes. From the first theme, three subthemes were obtained: the clinical setting(hospital, private or public center, school etc.), the ability of perception(ear training), and the considerations for standard of errors. The second main theme comprised four subthemes: the objective evaluation, the phonological processes, the phonological awareness, and the standardized paragraph(or sentences) for articulation and phonology test. Finally, the three subthemes obtained from the third main theme were the etiology, age, and language(or dialectal) variation.
Keywords: 질적연구 | 조음음운장애 | 음성학 | 음운론 | 진단 | 진단모델 | qualitative study
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