This book brings together versions of the Language Assessment Remediation and Screening Procedure (LARSP) in 13 different languages from around the world. It will be an invaluable resource for speech-language pathologists around the world and for those wishing to analyse the grammatical abilities of clients of many linguistic backgrounds.
This book offers a critical account of the historical evolution of tourism through the identification and discussion of key turning points. Based on these considerations, future turning points are identified and evaluated. The core findings of the book provide the first perspective on how the history of tourism will shape its future.
This book offers a solution to the familiar dilemma of decoding communication difficulties for learners developing the language of schooling. The author takes a sociocultural Vygotskian approach to reinterpret international research in language disabilities, namely specific language impairment, communication difficulties, dyslexia and deafness.
This book investigates the way localities are shaped and negotiated through tourism, and explores the emerging success of local peer-produced hospitality and tourism services which are transforming the tourist experience. It examines the rapidly developing field of peer-to-peer tourism and the way it is changing tourist destinations.
This book examines science fiction's theoretical and ontological backgrounds and how science fiction applies to the future of tourism. Focusing on disruption, sustainability and technology, it brings a new theoretical paradigm to the study of tourism in a post COVID-19 world and can be used to explore, frame and even form the future of tourism.