Approaches to Discourse in Dementia
Psychology Press, 15.08.2006 - 320 Seiten
The qualitative analysis of naturally occurring discourse in neurogenic communication disorders, specifically in dementia studies, has experienced recent burgeoning interest from wide-ranging disciplines. This multidisciplinarity has been exciting, but has added contextual confusion. This book advances the study of discourse in dementia by systematically exploring and applying different approaches to the same free conversational data sets, collected and transcribed by the authors. The applied methodologies and theories comprise a useful sourcebook for students, researchers, and practitioners alike.
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1 Dementia and Its Discourses
2 Data Collection Transcription and Presentation
3 Ethnography of Communication in Dementia and Alzheimers Disease
4 Interactional Approaches
5 Conversation Analysis
Cooperation and Doing Things With Words
7 Critical Approaches to Discourse
8 Repetitiveness in Conversations With Dementia
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