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Year: 2013  Vol. 17   Num. Suppl. 1  - Print:
ANALYSIS OF THE BRAZILIAN SCIENTIFIC PRODUCTION SPEECH ABOUT SELF-IMAGE
Author(s):
Rachel Ferreira Loiola, Glauciene das Graas Costa Pereira, Vanessa Ferreira Mariz
Abstract:

Self-image refers to the recognition that we ourselves, being more realistic picture possible of our own abilities, potentials, feelings, attitudes and ideas. The present study was based on literature and characterization studies published in 4 major national journals of speech in the period of 2007-2012, which had the term "self-image" as a descriptor/self-image. We found 21 publications in which the term appeared in any part of the body of the text. In newspapers, the magazine CEFAC had the highest number (11) of articles. For methodological procedures, survey studies prevailed in 15 of the studies. In the area of speech, "voice" was the most broached subject and was present in 10 (47.62%) studies, followed by "audiology" (14.29% of studies) and "language" (14.29 % of studies). In 20 studies, at least 1 (95.24%) speech therapist participated. In 7 studies, in addition to the speech therapist, at least one of the following professionals participated: biologist, physical therapist, physician, pathologist, and/or psychologist. With regard to the section of the text, there was a higher occurrence (38.10%) of the term "self-image" in the Discussion section. Because of the theme of the articles, the most prominent correlated term was "vocal self-image," which was present in 6 studies. Through this study, we observed the lack of studies on the subject. This study allowed the authors to visualize what has previously been published on the topic and will therefore consider adding data that can support future research in this area.

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