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Accent expansion, not accent modification: An important shift in terminology
Challenging linguistic biases within ourselves and our profession requires increased awareness and change in wording.
January 5, 2022
Linguistic human rights are the right to your own language—to be educated in your own language, to have your language respected, and to choose to learn another language. Every individual speaks a dialect and has an accent. Accents provide information about where you are from and provide a source of pride and culture.
Linguicism is a bias against particular language varieties, accents, speech dysfluencies, and nonmainstream grammar…
Grover, V., Namasivayam, A., & Mahendra, N. (2021). A viewpoint on accent services: Framing and terminology matter. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology. https://doi.org/10.1044/2021_AJSLP-20-00376 [open access]
Yu, B., Nair, V. K., Brea, M. R., Soto-Boykin, X., Privette, C., Sun, L., Khamis, R., Chiou, H.S., Fabiano-Smith, L., Epstein, L., & Hyter, Y. D. (2022). Gaps in Framing and Naming: Commentary to “A Viewpoint on Accent Services”. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology. http://doi.org/10.1044/2022_ajslp-22-00060
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