Stuttering and work life: an interpretative phenomenological analysis.

@article{BrickerKatz2013StutteringAW,
  title={Stuttering and work life: an interpretative phenomenological analysis.},
  author={Geraldine Bricker-Katz and Michelle Ann Lincoln and Steven R. Cumming},
  journal={Journal of fluency disorders},
  year={2013},
  volume={38 4},
  pages={342-55}
}
PURPOSE The experiential claims of nine people who stuttered were examined with the purpose of determining the impact of stuttering on their work lives and to further examine what meaning they derive from these experiences. METHOD Six male and three female participants aged 29-61 years (mean age, 41.4) who stuttered were interviewed and verbatim interview transcripts were analyzed using interpretative phenomenological analysis. Credibility was established by way of member checking, researcher… CONTINUE READING
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