Andrejis, V., Eskedar, N., Lor, P., Mike, H., Miriam, B., & Janis, K. (2012, Nov 6). Information ethics and internet governance: identity, design, preservation and data. Paper presented at Access and Diversity. Paris: UNESCO. Retrieved from http://wsms1.intgovforum.org/content/no203-
This article by Andrejis et al., reflected on the need to promote awareness to all people, regarding the ethical, societal and legal dimensions of the application and, as well, the use of information and communication technology. The paper raised concerns of the gap between the rise of information communication technology, and the ignorance of the masses regarding the social and ethical impacts implications of communication technology. The paper proposed a need for understanding information ethics among all the people of the world. The article has also documented the fact that awareness of information ethics is made mandatory for all the students, coupled with continued professional development of policy-makers and the ICT professionals.Finally, the paper identified collaboration among all the stakeholders, and incorporation of the existing cultural information ethics in the current system, as some of the strategies that can be instituted to promote awareness on information ethics.
Topic: The Role of Memory in Language Development
Baddeley, A. (2002). Working memory and language: An overview. Journal of Communication Disorders, 36(3), 189-208. Doi:
This detailed paper on the relationship between working memory and language discusses the phonological component of the working memory. The author also addresses the role of working memory, through its phonological component, on the development of learning, in both natives and second language learners. The author, Alan Baddeley, worked at the Department of Psychology at the University of Bristol, by the time of writing this work. Baddeley is a professor of psychology and has written several papers, especially in working memory.
Montgomery, J. W. (2002). Working memory and comprehension in children with specific language impairment: What we know so far. Journal of Communication Disorders, 36(3), 221-231. Doi:
In this article, Montgomery (2002) argues that children with specific language impairments demonstrated deficits in language, processing and verbal working memory. The lexical problems of sentence comprehension and
Topic: The Role of Hearing in Language Development
Stelmachowicz, P. G., Pittman, L. A., Hoover, M. B., Hoover, M. B., & Moeller, P. M. (2004). The importance of high frequency audibility in the language and speech development of children with hearing loss. JAMA Otolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery, 130(5), 556-162. Retrieved from http://archotol.jamanetwork.com/article.aspx?articleid=647456
researchers concluded that factors such reduced signal audibility and the limited bandwidth of the currently used hearing aids contributed to the deficits, and should be corrected. This shows the relationship between hearing a language development. The article references 26 other articles. The owner of the site is available. The site is managed by a reputable organization, the American Medical Association. This is a medical professional association that is dedicated to research, and thus the information is credible. The authors have a good research background in the area of the subject matter. They are affiliated to the Boys Town National Research Hospital in Omaha, Nebraska.
Verhaert, N., Willems, M., Kerschavel, V., & Desloovere, C. (2006). Impact of early hearing screening and treatment on language development and education level: Evaluation of six years of universal newborn hearing screening (ALGO) in Flanders, Belgium. International Journal of Paediatric Otorhinolaryngology, 72(5), 599-608. Doi:
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