LITERACY AS A TOOL FOR SOCIALIZATION OF AAC USERS

Authors

  • M. Magnusson Stockholm University
  • L. Kalinnikova-Magnusson Gävle University

Keywords:

communication, alternative and augmentative communication (AAC), literacy, reading, writing

Abstract

This article discusses other ways of communication during socialization. The role of alternative communication is generally important with linguistic theory.

Author Biographies

M. Magnusson, Stockholm University

Stockholm University, Sweden, (Retired), Sweden, NARFU named after M.Lomonosov, Archangelsk, Russia

L. Kalinnikova-Magnusson, Gävle University

Gävle University, Sweden NARFU named after M.Lomonosov, Archangelsk, Russia

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Published

2015-06-30

How to Cite

Magnusson, . M., & Kalinnikova-Magnusson, . . L. (2015). LITERACY AS A TOOL FOR SOCIALIZATION OF AAC USERS . Armenian Journal of Special Education, 3(1), 265-274. Retrieved from https://specedjournal.aspu.am/index.php/se/article/view/130

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