Public Opposition to Foreign Acquisitions of Domestic Companies: Evidence from the United States and China

TitlePublic Opposition to Foreign Acquisitions of Domestic Companies: Evidence from the United States and China
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2015
AuthorsChilton AS, Milner H, Tingley DH
JournalUma ética para quantos?
VolumeXXXIII
Pagination81–87
ISSN0717-6163
ISBN Number9780874216561
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AbstractThe objective of this case study was to obtain some first-hand information about the functional consequences of a cosmetic tongue split operation for speech and tongue motility. One male patient who had performed the operation on himself was interviewed and underwent a tongue motility assessment, as well as an ultrasound examination. Tongue motility was mildly reduced as a result of tissue scarring. Speech was rated to be fully intelligible and highly acceptable by 4 raters, although 2 raters noticed slight distortions of the sibilants /s/ and /z/. The 3-dimensional ultrasound demonstrated that the synergy of the 2 sides of the tongue was preserved. A notably deep posterior genioglossus furrow indicated compensation for the reduced length of the tongue blade. It is concluded that the tongue split procedure did not significantly affect the participant's speech intelligibility and tongue motility.
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DOI10.1007/s13398-014-0173-7.2
PubMed ID15003161