Stuttering in English-Mandarin Bilinguals in Singapore

Fluency Disorders and Language Diversity

Michelle LINCOLN, Valerie P.C. Lim

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Abstract

English and Mandarin are two most spoken languages in the world, yet there is little information about stuttering manifests in Mandarin, or in bilinguals who speak both English and Mandarin. This chapter outlines our clinical and research experience with stuttering in Singapore, and in particular, with English-Mandarin who stutter.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationMultilingual Aspects of Fluency Disorders
EditorsPeter Howell, John van Borsel
Place of PublicationCanada
PublisherChannel View Publications
Chapter12
Pages271-307
Number of pages36
ISBN (Electronic)9781283147729
ISBN (Print)9781847693594
Publication statusPublished - 2011
Externally publishedYes

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LINCOLN, M., & Lim, V. P. C. (2011). Stuttering in English-Mandarin Bilinguals in Singapore: Fluency Disorders and Language Diversity. In P. Howell, & J. van Borsel (Eds.), Multilingual Aspects of Fluency Disorders (pp. 271-307). Canada: Channel View Publications.
LINCOLN, Michelle ; Lim, Valerie P.C. / Stuttering in English-Mandarin Bilinguals in Singapore : Fluency Disorders and Language Diversity. Multilingual Aspects of Fluency Disorders. editor / Peter Howell ; John van Borsel. Canada : Channel View Publications, 2011. pp. 271-307
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Research output: A Conference proceeding or a Chapter in BookChapter

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