Volume 13 No 2 (2021): International Journal of Early Childhood Special Education

Pronunciation of Indonesian Language Consonant by Students with Autism in Bintang Harapan Special Needs School: A Psycholingustic Analysis


Khilda Utami, Nani Darmayanti, Rosaria Mita Amalia, Inu Isnaeni Sidiq

DOI: 10.9756/INT-JECSE/V13I2.211037

Keywords: Consonant, Language Acquisition, Psycholinguistics.


Abstract

This study is entitled “Pronunciation of Indonesian Language Consonant by Students with Autism in Bintang Harapan Special Needs School: A Psycholinguistic Analysis”. The aim of this research is to describe the pronunciation of Indonesian Language Consonant by students with Autism in Bintang Harapan Special Needs School in Bandung, Indonesia. This research utilized qualitative data analysis with case study approach. The data was collected by observing students in Special Needs School of Bintang Harapan followed by recording and note-taking techniques as well as interviewing teachers and parents. Theories used in this research include psycholinguistic and phonological theories related to language acquisition. The research results show that there is alteration of consonants in [p], [t], [k], [g], [ñ], [ŋ], [l], [f], [v], and [z]; deletion of consonants [n], [ŋ], and [r]; and appearance of consonants [h] and [?]. However, the student has a good articulation compared to other students in the school. This was driven by family support, namely when he was a child, he was more often required to speak by his parents.

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