Proceedings of the 1st International Conference on Gender, Culture and Society, ICGCS 2021, 30-31 August 2021, Padang, Indonesia

Research Article

Phonological Limitations of Children with Cerebral Palsy

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  • @INPROCEEDINGS{10.4108/eai.30-8-2021.2316315,
        author={Ihsanul  Fuadi and Yusda  Yusda and Gusdi  Sastra and Ike  Revita},
        title={Phonological Limitations of Children with Cerebral Palsy},
        proceedings={Proceedings of the 1st International Conference on Gender, Culture and Society, ICGCS 2021, 30-31 August 2021, Padang, Indonesia},
        publisher={EAI},
        proceedings_a={ICGCS},
        year={2022},
        month={4},
        keywords={phonological limitations cerebral palsy phonological errors},
        doi={10.4108/eai.30-8-2021.2316315}
    }
    
  • Ihsanul Fuadi
    Yusda Yusda
    Gusdi Sastra
    Ike Revita
    Year: 2022
    Phonological Limitations of Children with Cerebral Palsy
    ICGCS
    EAI
    DOI: 10.4108/eai.30-8-2021.2316315
Ihsanul Fuadi1,*, Yusda Yusda1, Gusdi Sastra1, Ike Revita1
  • 1: Faculty of Humanities, Universitas Andalas, Padang, Indonesia
*Contact email: ihsan.fuady.yusda@gmail.com

Abstract

This study aims to explain the phonological limitations that occur due to phonological errors uttered by people with cerebral palsy, namely the case of FA and FR who are students of SLB Negeri 1 Padang, West Sumatra. Cerebral Palsy causes disturbances in the speech process so that an error occurs at the phonological level of a person when speaking. Methods: This study applies analytical observation methods, case studies, and natural observations, as well as narrative recording behavior methods. Followed by the application of recording techniques and note-taking techniques. In this research, the instrument of praat application and flashcard was used. Then it was analyzed using the articulatory equivalent method with the basic technique being the determining element sorting technique (PUP) and the next technique being the differential comparison technique (HBB). Result: The phonological limitations experienced by the two research subjects were caused by phonological errors in their speech. The phonological errors are substitution, omission, addition, and distortion with the respective percentages being 51.89%, 26.58%, 11.39%, and 10.12% (for FA) and 56.25%, 36, 25%, 1.25%, and 6.25% (for FR). Conclusion: Four phonological errors were found as a form of causing phonological limitations in the speech of the two research subjects with cerebral palsy disabilities. With dominant phonological errors in both, namely substitution phonological errors.