LANGUAGE DYNAMICS OF PEOPLE WITH MENTAL DISORDERS IN COMMUNITY INCLUSIVE COMMUNICATION PERSPECTIVE 5.0
This qualitative descriptive study aims to explore the typical language dynamics of People with Mental Disorders (ODGJ) who are in the milieu of The School of Life foundation / TSOL. Ethnographic methods of communication were used to uncover patterns of ODGJ linguistic disorders. In-depth observations based on communication ethnography were held over six months in twelve participants with schizophrenic disorder, bipolar disorder, posttraumatic stress disorder, and personality disorder as a source of research data. Analysis of conversational transcript data integrated with ODGJ's daily holistic review report showed that participants demonstrated linguistic disparity and similarity in speech distortion, absurdity of speech production speed, linguistic construction errors, pragmatic principle violations, and negative verbal bulk. Constructed from the findings of these generic-specific patterns, this study introduced a prototype design of the ODGJ communication coaching instrument called the inclusive communication crossbow.
Language Disorders, People with Mental Disorders (ODGJ), inclusive communication, the arc of inclusive communication