Kommunikativa mönster vid reparation hos hos personer med multipel skleros och självupplevd anomi – en kvalitativ studie
Sammanfattning: The aim of this study is to describe repair-patterns in conversation including persons with self-perceived anomia and multiple sclerosis (MS). The study applied a qualitative approach, using Conversation Analysis, with altogether 11 video recorded dyads of participants with MS and communication partners without neurological conditions. The results showed that the participants’ repair patterns reminded both of patterns of persons with neurological diseases, for example, mild aphasia after stroke, and of non-impaired speakers’ patterns. Most of the repairs were self-repairs. The patterns consisted of word interruptions, restructuring of syntax, repetitions, paraphasias, and use of non-specific words. Prompting through circumlocutions and gestures in word searches were noted where the relation between the used gestures and the target word was clear. Cooperation in self-initiated other-repairs was also noted. The material contained only a few other-initiated self-repairs, in general the conversations continued without initiative to repair on behalf of the communication partners.
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