Title

Grounded theory in speech-language pathology

Document Type

Book Chapter

Publication Title

The Handbook of Qualitative Research in Communication Disorders

Publisher

Psychology Press

School

School of Psychology and Social Science

RAS ID

18107

Comments

Originally published as: Hersh, D., & Armstrong, E. (2014). Grounded theory in speech-language pathology. In M. J. Ball, N. Müller, & R. L. Nelson (Eds.), Handbook of qualitative research in communication disorders. New York: Psychology Press. Original publication available here

Abstract

Qualitative research approaches are increasingly being used in the study of communication disorders, as is attested to by the nature of this volume. Th ere have been special issues devoted to the subject in the American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology (Damico & Simmons-Mackie, 2003), Aphasiology (Damico, Simmons-Mackie, Oelschlaeger, Elman, & Armstrong, 1999), and in the Australian journal ACQuiring Knowledge in Speech Language and Hearing (Davidson & McAllister, 2002). Professor Jack Damico has been a pioneer both in carrying out qualitative studies and in inspiring and educating others in the application of such approaches.

DOI

10.4324/9780203798874

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