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Pró-Fono Revista de Atualização Científica

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MUNHOZ, Cíntia Mara Affornalli et al. Analysis of the speech and language national scientific production on written language. Pró-Fono R. Atual. Cient. [online]. 2007, vol.19, n.3, pp. 249-258. ISSN 0104-5687.  http://dx.doi.org/10.1590/S0104-56872007000300003.

BACKGROUND: national scientific production on written language in the scope of the Speech-Language and Hearing Sciences. AIM: to analyze part of the production of the Brazilian Speech-Language and Hearing Sciences on written language, between the years of 1980 and 2004, considering the following: publication period; distribution per period; types of publication; themes; and authorship. METHOD: this research was developed through the selection and analysis of documents, such as; books, book chapters, and scientific articles published in seven national journals of the Speech-Language and Hearing Sciences (1980 to 2004). RESULTS: scientific written production found in the studied period consisted of 236 publications. From this total, 3.39% were published during the 80s; 44.1% during the 90s; and 52.5% during the period of 2000-2004. Regarding the type of publication, 18.5% of the scientific production was published as books, 39% as book chapters and 42.5% as research articles. Considering authorship, 42 authors (76.36%) are entailed to institutions of higher education, either as professors or as students, with a higher concentration in the State of São Paulo and a lower concentration in the State of Rio de Janeiro. Overall, the analyzed written productions considered five themes: "Written language disorders" (52%); "Written language appropriation process" (23.5%); "Written language and deafness" (8.90%); "Written language and neurological disorders" (8.22%) and "Written language and school" (7.53%). CONCLUSION: this research recovered part of the scientific production on written language in the field of the Speech-Language and Hearing Sciences. The increase of publications on this theme suggests an improvement of the researches in the field of the Speech-Language and Hearing Sciences and, therefore, points to the importance of studies that analyze trends in our scientific production.

Keywords : Scientific Production Indicators; Language Studies; Research.

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