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American Speech, Language, and Hearing Association (ASHA)

a professional association that certifies audiologists and speech-language pathologists. The ASHA is the only association that certifies speech-language pathologists.
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The American Speech Language Hearing Association is the governing body for over 123,000 speech pathologists and audiologist.
Mike Rick is the manager of Media Relations for the American Speech Language-Hearing.
So do some pronunciations: axe for ask, hit for it, hanger, and others persist in regional American speech.
Xenophobic attitudes towards culturally different persons have often typified Anglo-North America and we have witnessed many campaigns to try to reduce the linguistic variety of the northern part of the continent to English only, including destructive (and illegal) efforts to erase from the face of the earth all American speech.
The first half of Timbuktu is marred by Willy's annoying, extended, free-associative monologues, which don't work because their po-mo clutter and wordplay fail to enhance the novel's thematic content and because Auster can't reproduce varieties of American speech as well as writers like Don DeLillo, Ralph Ellison, or William Gaddis.
That is, those who put forth the thesis that Black American speech is a dialect of "English" have not documented the existence of a single Black dialect in the African diaspora that has been formed on an English phonetic, phonological, morphological, syntactical and semantic base (i.
All subjects had a) normal hearing as defined by pure-tone thresholds hearing thresholds at octave frequencies from 250 Hz to 8000 Hz and speech reception thresholds of [is less than] 25 dB hearing level (American National Standards Institute, 1989), and b) normal middle ear function as defined by guidelines by the American Speech Language Hearing Association (1990).
Nature, revolutionary politics, and music are especially frequent subjects of his poetry, which is noted for its faithfulness to the language and cadence of black American speech.
The artist's allusion is also rife with ethnographic associations, however, inasmuch as Gullah is a key text in studies of the African contribution to American speech.
A Vocabulary of Words and Phrases Peculiar to the United States by John Pickering, the first formal study of American speech, was published.
Eisenson is professor emeritus of hearing and speech science at Stanford University, and is a past president of the American Speech and Hearing Association.

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