Child Language Teaching and Therapy
Publisher: SAGE Publications
Child Language Teaching and Therapy is a peer-reviewed journal with articles
of high practical relevance on all aspects of spoken or written language
needs of children, whatever their causes and influences. Research and
practice in this field are at a point where linguistics, psychology, speech
and language pathology, education and social sciences meet and overlap.
Articles focus on practitioner research, action research, case studies and
small-scale studies, together with papers discussing professional,
theoretical, methodological or philosophical issues in the field of child
language teaching and/or therapy.
Dr. Judy Clegg,
Department of Human Communication Sciences,
University of Sheffield,
31 Claremont Crescent,
S10 2TA, UK.
Dr Carol Miller,
School of Education,
The University of Birmingham,
Content available by subscription. Free sample issue available online.
Abstracts available online. Articles available in PDF format.
Current Issue: February 1 2007, Volume 23, No. 1
Date: 23 May 2007