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Theoretical Linguistics and Disordered Language RLE Linguistics B Grammar

by Martin J. Ball
Publisher: Routledge
Release Date: 2014-01-10
Genre: Language Arts & Disciplines
Pages: 288 pages
ISBN 13: 1317933370
ISBN 10: 9781317933373
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Synopsis : Theoretical Linguistics and Disordered Language RLE Linguistics B Grammar written by Martin J. Ball, published by Routledge which was released on 2014-01-10. Download Theoretical Linguistics and Disordered Language RLE Linguistics B Grammar Books now! Available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. For linguistic theory, what isimportant,is thattheparts ofthe linguistic systemwhich seem to beindependently impaired, parallelthe modules orcomponents ofthe grammar that havebeen proposed by linguistics to account for normal language ... -- The rapid increase of interest in disordered speech and language among linguists over the past decade or so has resulted in many books of practical help to speech pathologists in terms of assessment and remediation. Little, however, has appeared to examine the theoretical implications of the interaction between these two fields. This book aims to fill this gap, by showing how speech pathology can inform linguistic theory and vice versa.

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