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Volume 6 Issue 2
Phonological Disorder Noticed in People Suffering from Structural Dysarthria - An Analysis on Their Ability to Communicate in Telugu
|G. Venkata Ramana, B. Satyakeerthiraju, Karaka Ramakrishna Reddy, M. Suresh Babu
|Language proficiency is an indispensable necessity for humans. Man is a social animal, we live together and formed societies, and our success depends on the way we communicate and interact within the society. We bestowed with the unique ability to acquire language naturally. The learning process starts early, especially during childhood, but few children are not fortunate enough with their instincts as they suffer from speech disability disorders like dysarthria. Dysarthria is a speech disorder that weakens the cerebral system and as a result, reduces the learners’ ability to communicate. This paper emphasises the learnability of people suffering from Dysarthria, with a particular emphasis on acquiring their mother tongue Telugu. An investigation has been done by using a set of questionnaires to identify the possible errors that the dysarthria people make while speaking the Telugu language.
|speech disorders, Dysarthria, Phonological disorder, Articulation Disorder
|Sociology > Linguistic / Literature
|Volume 6, Issue 1, January-February 2024
|Phonological Disorder Noticed in People Suffering from Structural Dysarthria - An Analysis on Their Ability to Communicate in Telugu - G. Venkata Ramana, B. Satyakeerthiraju, Karaka Ramakrishna Reddy, M. Suresh Babu - IJFMR Volume 6, Issue 1, January-February 2024. DOI 10.36948/ijfmr.2024.v06i01.12429
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