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Fri Feb 25 2011

Media: The King's Speech and Stuttering Research

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        1.     Lisa Evans , The King's Speech and Stuttering Research

Message 1: The King's Speech and Stuttering Research
Date: 21-Feb-2011
From: Lisa Evans <lisa.evanswiley.com>
Subject: The King's Speech and Stuttering Research
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The phenomenal success of the film 'The King's Speech' has propelled speech
and language therapy and in particular, stuttering, into much talked about
issues. Inspired by this film, Katerina Hilari and Nicola Botting, editors
of International Journal of Language & Communication Disorders (IJLCD),
have put together a selection of recent IJLCD articles on the theme of
stuttering. They chose only recent studies and aimed for articles that
highlight the richness of stuttering research that takes place around the
world.

The King's Speech virtual issue can be accessed for free at
www.wileyonlinelibrary.com/journal/ijlcd

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