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For many Americans, the ability to communicate effortlessly is an impossibility. For these individuals, the provision of Augmentative Alternative Communication (AAC) is of utmost importance. This current pilot study addressed the cultural representations present within stock AAC systems. The pilot study focused on two research questions: If I quantitatively and qualitatively analyze the iconography of AAC systems, in what ways, if any, will the information inform the researcher of potential cultural mismatches evident within the factory stock iconographic programming? If I analyze AAC devices using a deductive qualitative coding scheme, in what ways, if any, will this inform the researcher about the nature of cultural representations within AAC devices in factory stock programming?
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Culture, Race, Gender, Representation, Critical Theory, Augmentative and Alternative Communication
Doubet, Aaron M., "Walking the Walk: Culturally Responsive Practices in Augmentative Alternative Communication" (2022). 2022 Projects. 3.
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