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Students and Professionals Who Speak English With Accents and Nonstandard Dialects:...

... who speak with accents and/or dialects can effectively provide speech, language, and ... solely on the basis of the presence of an accent or dialect is discriminatory.

Source: ASHA Practice Policy
Year: 1998
Document Type:: Position Statement
doi: 10.1044/policy.PS1998-00117
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American English Dialects

... -pathology regarding the provision of services to speakers of various American English dialects who wish to acquire proficiency in a dialect other than their own.

Source: ASHA Practice Policy
Year: 2003
Document Type:: Technical Report
doi: 10.1044/policy.TR2003-00044
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Students and Professionals Who Speak English with Accents and Nonstandard Dialects:...

... Who Speak English with Accents and Nonstandard Dialects: Issues and Recommendations ... Necessary for the Provision of Clinical Services by Accent or Dialect Speakers

Source: ASHA Practice Policy
Year: 1998
Document Type:: Technical Report
doi: 10.1044/policy.TR1998-00154
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Definitions of Communication Disorders and Variations

Communication difference/dialect is a variation of a symbol system used by a group of individuals that reflects and is determined by shared regional, social, or ...

Source: ASHA Practice Policy
Year: 1993
Document Type:: Relevant Paper
doi: 10.1044/policy.RP1993-00208
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Social Dialects

Position Statement Social Dialects Committee on the Status of Racial Minorities ... possible for dialect speakers to have linguistic disorders within the dialect.

Source: ASHA Practice Policy
Year: 1983
Document Type:: Position Statement
doi: 10.1044/policy.PS1983-00115
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The Clinical Education of Students With Accents

... who speak with accents and/or dialects can effectively provide speech, language, and ... solely on the basis of the presence of an accent or dialect is discriminatory.

Source: ASHA Practice Policy
Year: 2011
Document Type:: Professional Issues Statement
doi: 10.1044/policy.PI2011-00324
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