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Research outputs: SPEECH IMPAIRED PERSONS
The last decade has seen researchers and speech-language pathologists employ and advocate for a disability studies approach in the study of ...
2020 "Stammering less so that I can be more of a man": discourses of masculinities among young adult men in the Western Cape, South Africa, who stutter
The past 3 decades have seen researchers increasingly examine masculinity within the context of disability. However, there remains a gap in ...