COPYRIGHT YEAR

1988

AUTHORS

Sylvia Moosmüller, Wolfgang Ulrich Dressler, Heinz Karl Stark

TITLE

Sociophonology and Aphasia

ABSTRACT

Sociophonological concepts or methods have not been applied to the study of aphasia in any systematic manner to date. We have combined two approaches—one developed in Vienna over the past 10 years and the other adapted to the study of aphasia—to enable such an application to language data collected on aphasic subjects in various test situations. These two approaches comprise the following: 1.The study of phonological disturbances in aphasia in terms of the framework of Natural Phonology (cf. Dressler, 1974, 1982. and chapter 1 of this volume).2.The sociopsycholinguistic study of phonological variation as developed within the Department of Linguistics of the University of Vienna since 1972. In this approach, phonological processes and input switches, for example, are investigated in terms of social and psychological factors (cf. Dressler, 1975; Dressler & Wodak, 1982).

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