Category: Class, gender, race and minority identities in language learning


A Study on Cochlear-implanted Children’s Early First Language Development

This study investigates the cochlear-implanted (CI) children’s early language development status. It mainly focuses on two issues: (1), whether and how daily parent-child interaction would influence CI children’s special belated first language (L1) acquisition; and (2), whether there are any similarities or differences between the L1 acquisition by CI children and that by children with