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Speech-Language Pathologists' Opinions On Communication Disorders And Violence, Dixie Sanger, Barbara J. Moore-Brown, Judith Montgomery, Susan Hellerich Jan 2004

Speech-Language Pathologists' Opinions On Communication Disorders And Violence, Dixie Sanger, Barbara J. Moore-Brown, Judith Montgomery, Susan Hellerich

Communication Sciences and Disorders Faculty Articles and Research

Purpose: This study investigated the opinions of speech-language pathologists (SLPs) regarding their role, education, and training in serving students with communication disorders who have been involved in violence.

Method: A survey consisting of 26 items was given to 598 SLPs from eight states representing geographic regions of the United States.

Results: Participants acknowledged that violence is an increasing concern. They also recognized the valuable role they have in planning prevention programs and serving on multidisciplinary teams. In contrast, SLPs' opinions suggested that they did not feel well trained to deal with violence, nor did they feel that the role of ...


Guest Editors' Introduction To "Disability Studies And Education" Issue, Susan Gabel, Scot Danforth Jan 2004

Guest Editors' Introduction To "Disability Studies And Education" Issue, Susan Gabel, Scot Danforth

Education Faculty Articles and Research

"We are pleased to present a special issue entitled Disability Studies and Education to DSQ readers. While the articles in this special issue do not speak to a single theme, the thread that holds them together is each author's utilization of a disability studies perspective in the analysis of educational issues. As a whole, the articles provide a sample of the growing body of work by educational researchers; a body of work that has come to be known as 'disability studies in education.'"