By Seyhun Topbaş, Mehmet Yavaş
This ebook provides a set of experiences on learn and medical perform, together with overview and treatment fabrics, in several communique issues in Turkish. it's essentially aimed toward Speech-language Pathologists who may match with Turkish talking consumers and who want assets at the language and the way to evaluate verbal exchange issues. pros and researchers from similar disciplines equivalent to scientific linguistics, psychology, psycholinguistics, and neurolinguistics also will take advantage of it, because the contents will end up to be invaluable within the knowing of common and language-specific elements of speech and language improvement.
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However, the professional/occupational definitions for neither SLP nor AUD were included in health policies. Consequently, hospitals cannot directly employ SLPs and AUDs according to their occupational titles but may employ them depending on their undergraduate titles as mentioned above. For example, a few SLPs who are graduates with master’s degrees are currently employed in government and private hospital positions as psychologists and physiotherapists. In the educational system, the occupational definitions of SLP and AUD occur within statutory by-laws (2006) of the new special education law.
The Sound Inventory of Turkish: Consonants and Vowels (19) Word initial 35 Intervocalic Word final çam /W6¥P/ ‘pine tree’ açı /¥W6/ ‘angle’ cam /G=¥P/ ‘glass’ saç /V¥W6/ ‘hair’ acı /¥G=/ ‘spicy (hot)’ --- Soft g (g ˘) In Turkish orthography, there is a letter referred to as soft g: ‘g˘’. ‘g˘’ occurs syllable initially and syllable finally as seen in Example (20) but never word initially. g˘a ‘mountain, dative’ The acoustic correlates of ‘g˘’ are controversial. While some argue that the function of ‘g˘’ is to lengthen the preceding vowel (Kornflilt, 1997; Selen, 1979; Sezer, 1986; Underhill, 1980), others argue that ‘g˘’ is realized as a consonant (Banguog˘lu, 1986; Konrot, 1981) but the phonetic correlates are not defined.
The findings showed that /9/ in Turkish exhibits approximant properties in most environments. Fricative properties are seen only when preceded by voiceless stops and fricatives. Therefore, Kopkallı-Yavuz (2000b) concluded that ‘v’ in Turkish is a labiodental approximant; thus the phoneme should be represented with the IPA symbol /9/. Selen (1979: 98) and Ergenç (1989: 25) also argue that ‘v’ is realized as  in intervocalic position although they classify it as a fricative. Selen (1979: 98) states that ‘v’ becomes a ‘semi-vowel’, represented with , in intervocalic position where one of the neighboring vowels is rounded.
Communication Disorders in Turkish by Seyhun Topbaş, Mehmet Yavaş