Publisher: DawnSignPress (May 1, 1996)
Format: PDF / Kindle / ePub
Size: 8.8 MB
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during this accomplished and engrossing examine, 3 special students of Deaf culture—one listening to, one deaf, and one coda (child of deaf adults)—offer transparent, penetrating insights into the lifestyles and make-up of the deaf global, the neighborhood whose common language—American signal Language within the United States—is guide and visible. Bringing the most recent social and cultural findings and theories into sharp concentration, the authors take us on a desirable trip to find what deaf tradition is; some great benefits of signed language and deaf tradition for deaf youngsters and listening to humans; how deaf teenagers at the moment are proficient and the way they can be; how deaf humans combine into the bigger society; the character of yank signal Language; how expertise is helping (and hurts) deaf humans; what might be realized from deaf societies in different lands; the way forward for the deaf international. Combining thought-provoking highbrow views with enlightening first-hand bills of lifestyles within the deaf international, this landmark quantity is key for execs operating in fields regarding deaf humans and for people with an curiosity in deaf experiences.