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Paper Title :
Stuttering on Content and Function Words In Punjabi-Urdu Speakers

Author :Mahmood Ahmad Azhar Ghulam Hasnain

Article Citation :Mahmood Ahmad Azhar Ghulam Hasnain , (2017 ) " Stuttering on Content and Function Words In Punjabi-Urdu Speakers " , International Journal of Management and Applied Science (IJMAS) , pp. 61-69, Volume-3,Issue-5

Abstract : Typologically, Punjabi and Urdu belong to the Indo-European languages. These languages are mostly spoken in the Subcontinent region located in South Asia. It is evident from past studies that the type and severity of stuttering is yet to be determined in Punjabi-Urdu bilinguals. In this study, the authors investigated the stuttering pattern focusing on the content and function words in the two languages to see if the bilinguals exhibit the identical pattern in both languages or not. Three Punjabi-Urdu bilinguals who stutter with ages ranging from 28 to 37 were selected for the study. All were affected with developmental stuttering as the case history form shows. The spontaneous speech samples of duration 15 minutes were gathered in L1 (Punjabi) and L2 (Urdu). The first 300 words were extracted from the samples for further analysis. The severity and types of stuttering were analysed following Keheo (2006) and Ambrose (2006). The participants stuttered more on content words in more dominant language (Punjabi) as well as in less dominant language (Urdu), whereas they stuttered less on function words in both Punjabi and Urdu. Further the stuttering severity was observed more in less dominant language (Urdu). The findings agree to those past studies that report adults exhibit more stutter like disfluencies (SLDs) on content words than on function words. Keywords: Bilingual, Stuttering, Content And Function Words

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