Communication Disorders in Multicultural Populations
This textbook provides a framework for speech-language pathology students and speech-language pathologists to develop an understanding of the many issues related to providing clinical services to individuals from diverse cultures who have various linguistic backgrounds.
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Implications for SpeechLanguage
African Americans in the Americas
Asian and Pacific American Cultures
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