The Phonetic Transcription of Disordered Speech / Edition 1

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Overview

Phonetic transcription is an area of increasing interest for clinicians treating a wide range of speech and language disorders, and in this book Ball, Rahilly, and Tench present the latest symbol systems for accurate transcription at the phonetic, segmental, prosodic, and discourse levels for use in a clinical context and illustrate their use with various speech and language disorders. Key features include presentation of symbol sets for transcription of disordered speech and voice in context of phonetic transcription as a whole; illustrations of use of transcription with a wide range of disorders; methods for training students in clinical transcription; and importance of narrow, detailed transcription to accurate diagnosis.

The book contains black-and-white illustrations.

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Reviewer: Linda Petrosino, PhD (Bowling Green State University)
Description: This book clearly presents information on various phonetic symbol sets and the importance of their use in accurately describing disordered speech. This book brings the reader from the history of transcription through the application of the varied transcription systems to the future developments in transcription.
Purpose: The purpose is to introduce varied symbol sets for the transcription of disordered speech and voice quality. The authors have succeeded in presenting various symbol systems for accurate transcription of disordered speech at the phonetic, segmental, prosodic, and discourse levels.
Audience: This book is written for the instructor of a course in phonetics, especially within a speech-language pathology program. The secondary audience is the advanced student who needs a source book for various symbol systems and an explanation of the use of the systems for the description and analysis of disordered speech. The authors are well-known scholars in the area of clinical linguistics and phonetics.
Features: The book is adequately illustrated with charts and tables of the various available symbol sets. The small size of the charts and tables in Chapter 1 are difficult to read. The text has more than 200 references spanning over 30 years of research. These references nicely represent the classic as well as the most current work. The book has an adequate table of contents and subject index, but no author index. The book includes many case examples and sample dialogues that clarify the use of the phonetic symbol sets.
Assessment: This well-written book adequately meets the stated objectives. It is an excellent reference for everyone who teaches a course in phonetics, particularly clinical phonetics. The authors do an excellent job of illustrating the use of phonetic transcription with various disorders and showing the importance of accurate transcription.
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Reviewer: Linda Petrosino, PhD (Bowling Green State University)
Description: This book clearly presents information on various phonetic symbol sets and the importance of their use in accurately describing disordered speech. This book brings the reader from the history of transcription through the application of the varied transcription systems to the future developments in transcription.
Purpose: The purpose is to introduce varied symbol sets for the transcription of disordered speech and voice quality. The authors have succeeded in presenting various symbol systems for accurate transcription of disordered speech at the phonetic, segmental, prosodic, and discourse levels.
Audience: This book is written for the instructor of a course in phonetics, especially within a speech-language pathology program. The secondary audience is the advanced student who needs a source book for various symbol systems and an explanation of the use of the systems for the description and analysis of disordered speech. The authors are well-known scholars in the area of clinical linguistics and phonetics.
Features: The book is adequately illustrated with charts and tables of the various available symbol sets. The small size of the charts and tables in Chapter 1 are difficult to read. The text has more than 200 references spanning over 30 years of research. These references nicely represent the classic as well as the most current work. The book has an adequate table of contents and subject index, but no author index. The book includes many case examples and sample dialogues that clarify the use of the phonetic symbol sets.
Assessment: This well-written book adequately meets the stated objectives. It is an excellent reference for everyone who teaches a course in phonetics, particularly clinical phonetics. The authors do an excellent job of illustrating the use of phonetic transcription with various disorders and showing the importance of accurate transcription.
Linda Petrosino
This book clearly presents information on various phonetic symbol sets and the importance of their use in accurately describing disordered speech. This book brings the reader from the history of transcription through the application of the varied transcription systems to the future developments in transcription. The purpose is to introduce varied symbol sets for the transcription of disordered speech and voice quality. The authors have succeeded in presenting various symbol systems for accurate transcription of disordered speech at the phonetic, segmental, prosodic, and discourse levels. This book is written for the instructor of a course in phonetics, especially within a speech-language pathology program. The secondary audience is the advanced student who needs a source book for various symbol systems and an explanation of the use of the systems for the description and analysis of disordered speech. The authors are well-known scholars in the area of clinical linguistics and phonetics. The book is adequately illustrated with charts and tables of the various available symbol sets. The small size of the charts and tables in Chapter 1 are difficult to read. The text has more than 200 references spanning over 30 years of research. These references nicely represent the classic as well as the most current work. The book has an adequate table of contents and subject index, but no author index. The book includes many case examples and sample dialogues that clarify the use of the phonetic symbol sets. This well-written book adequately meets the stated objectives. It is an excellent reference for everyone who teaches a course in phonetics, particularly clinical phonetics. The authors doan excellent job of illustrating the use of phonetic transcription with various disorders and showing the importance of accurate transcription.
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Presents the latest symbol systems for accurate transcription at the phonetic, segmental, prosodic, and discourse levels and illustrates their use with various speech and language disorders in a clinical context. Looks at symbol sets for transcription of disordered speech and voice in the context of phonetic transcription as a whole, and discusses methods for training students in clinical transcription. For teachers and students in courses in practical phonetics in speech- language pathology programs. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781565932067
  • Publisher: CENGAGE Learning
  • Publication date: 1/28/1996
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 216

Table of Contents

Preface
Ch. 1 The History of Transcription 1
Ch. 2 Transcribing Language 19
Ch. 3 The Teaching of Phonetic Transcription 37
Ch. 4 Transcription and Disordered Speech 59
Ch. 5 The Clinical Use of Phonetic Transcription 81
Ch. 6 The Transcription of Prosody 101
Ch. 7 Transcribing Disordered Prosody 139
Ch. 8 The Transcription of Conversation 153
Ch. 9 Future Developments in Transcription 187
References 197
Appendix 207
Index 211
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