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Số ra Số 5B/2023 KHGD EN 
Tên bài báo children’s speech acquisition: theories and application into vietnamese studies 
Tóm tắt Speech acquisition has attracted a number of influential theorists and researchers over the last fifty years. Many theories about speech acquisition from different disciplines such as linguistics, psychology, education, biology, and bilingualism have been introduced contributing to understanding of the mechanism and complexity of children’s speech acquisition. Some theories have evolved autonomously and some have built on existing theories. These theories are of use in typical speech acquisition and disorders in both monolingual and multilingual contexts. The use of these theories is important for studying children’s speech as they are the groundwork influencing assumptions about children’s typical speech acquisition and disorders as well as influencing research designs used to investigate children’s typical speech acquisition and disorders. In order to provide a theoretical background to describe and explain monolingual data about Vietnamese-speaking children’s speech acquisition, this paper outlines the most common theoretical approaches from literature that account for phonological production. Six theories are introduced including generative theory, natural theory, nonlinear theory, optimality theory, psycholinguistic speech processing model and Emergence Approach. Each theory is described and its potential applications into studies of Vietnamese-speaking children’s speech are considered. 
Tác giả Pham Thi Ben, Pham Thi Hang, Pham Thi Van, Tran Thi Minh Thanh, Hoang Thi Nho and Bui Thi Lam 
Mã phân loại DOI: 10.18173/2354-1075.2023-0124 
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Từ khoá Children, speech disorders, speech acquisition, theory related to speech, Vietnamese. 
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