Language and Poverty: Perspectives on a Theme is a collection of papers that juxtaposes different perspectives on the definition of language and language behavior in relation to poverty. The book brings together a broad range of perspectives pertinent to language and poverty, specifically that of poor children. Topics on the language of the poor; how to construct effective language programs for the poverty child; biological and social factors in language development; and standardized assessment of the language of disadvantaged children are covered. Policy makers, social workers, language teachers, sociologists, psychologists, and educators will find the text invaluable.Nashville: American Guidance Service, 1959. ... O. C., and Chen, H. P. Development of speech during infancy: curve of phonemic types J. Experimental Psychology 1946, 36: 431a36. ... Merrill-Palmer Quarterly 1964, 10: 265a75. Johnson, W. Stuttering. ... Examinera#39;s Manual Urbana, Ill.: University of Illinois Press, 1968. Leeanbsp;...
|Title||:||Language and Poverty|
|Publisher||:||Elsevier - 2013-09-24|