African American English: Implications for school counseling professionals
African American English (AAE) refers to the systematic, rule-governed linguistic patterns of found among African Americans. This article provides an overview of AAE. More specifically, the article enumerates the historical underpinnings associated with AAE, identifies a representative set of AAE characteristics, reviews relevant research, and addresses implications for school counselors who work with AAE speakers. © The Journal of Negro Education, 2009, Vol. 78, No. 1.
Day-Vines, Norma L.; Barto, Heather H.; Booker, Beverly L.; Smith, Kim V.; Barna, Jennifer; Maiden, Brian S.; Zegley, Linda; and Felder, Monique T., "African American English: Implications for school counseling professionals" (2009). Counseling Educator Scholarship. 8.
Day-Vines, N., Barto, H.H., Booker, B.L., Smith, K., Barna, J.S., Maiden, B.S., Zegley, L.A., & Felder, M.T. (2009). African American English: Implications for School Counseling Professionals. Journal of Negro Education, 78, 70-82. https://www.jstor.org/stable/25608719