Chap._11_Culture

Chap._11_Culture - CULTURE COMMUNICATION DIVERSITY AND...

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CULTURE &  COMMUNICATION DIVERSITY AND DISORDERS CHAPTER 11
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Speech Community A group of people who routinely and  frequently use a shared language to  interact with each other A communication disorder can only be  determined in the context of a speech  community
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Culture Refers to the sets of values, beliefs, and  perceptions used by members of a specific  group to ensure the acquisition and  perpetuation of a perceived quality of life Culture is characterized by: Family structure Holidays and celebrations The roles individuals play The rules for interpersonal interaction
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Riddle What do we call a person who speaks 2  languages? What do we call a person who speaks more  that 2 languages? What do we call a person who speaks 1  language?
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answers Bilingual Multilingual American
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Dialect Dialects are a strong reminder of the variability  and flexibility of  form i.e., morphology, syntax,  phonology In addition to a firm grasp of the form of English,  SLPs need to know about dialects so they can  distinguish between differences and disorders. Primary vs. Secondary Primary = English is 1 st  language Secondary = English is 2 nd  (or 3 rd  . . . ) language
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Primary English Dialects S tandard  A merican  E nglish (SAE)  The idealized  form  of spoken American English Note  American  English – The British would  want us to make that distinction These links models SAE http://www.uiowa.edu/~acadtech/phonetics/ http://www.soundsofenglish.org
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Dialect vs. Accent  Theatre practitioners use ACCENT to mean  the form of English spoken by a non-native  speaker and DIALECT to mean the kind  spoken in regions where English is the first  language.
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