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ENT 2019: Narrating capacities of youthful Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australian kids across three conventions | OMICS International | Abstract
ISSN: 2472-5005

Journal of Speech Pathology & Therapy
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ENT 2019: Narrating capacities of youthful Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australian kids across three conventions

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Abstract

Reason: Little is recorded about the narrating abilities of Indigenous Australian kids. In this manner, this examination investigates the intricacy of stories delivered by Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australian kids in their first year of school.
Strategy: An observational structure permitted correlation across social gatherings and story conventions. Three stories were inspired from 49 Indigenous and non-Indigenous kids matured 4;10 to 6;5. Stories were investigated utilizing the Index of Narrative Complexity (INC) to produce scores for every story component. Story components were additionally sorted and assessed for level of utilization across members. Story convention and social gathering impacts were investigated utilizing ANOVA.

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