Speech and Language Therapists’ Views on the Clinical Use of Phonetic Transcription
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This study explores speech and language therapists’ (SLT) views and opinions on the clinical use of phonetic transcription. Semi structured interviews lasting twenty to thirty minutes were completed on four practising SLTs. Thematic analysis was conducted on the transcripts of these interviews. Five themes were identified: limited time, experience, acquisition and development of transcription skills, consistency between SLTs and techniques to aid transcription. The results provide an insight into the experiences of SLTs in the training and clinical use of phonetic transcription. The findings suggest that SLTs share difficulties with the clinical application of transcription and use similar methods of assistance. The findings also suggest further research regarding the clinical application of phonetic transcription is necessary. Additionally, future research could investigate the training of SLT students and clinical transcriptions, and the reliability of transcription for clinical purposes.
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