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Hearing-impaired perspectives on living in the mainstream

Hearing-impaired perspectives on living in the mainstream

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Published by Alexander Graham Bell Association for the Deaf in Washington, DC .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Hearing disorders -- Social aspects.,
  • Deafness -- Social aspects.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    StatementRichard G. Stoker and Jack H. Spear, editors.
    SeriesThe Volta review -- v. 86, no. 5, Volta review -- v. 86, no. 5..
    ContributionsSpear, Jack H., Stoker, Richard G.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvi, 107 p. ;
    Number of Pages107
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16547855M

    This book uses personal experiences, theoretical formulations, and research data to examine interfaces within and between each of these areas and how the tensions emerging at these junctures influence deaf and hard-of-hearing identity formation in complex, multifaceted ways that defy pervasive stereotypes of deaf and hard-of-hearing persons. Literature Review of the Principles and Practices relating to Inclusive Education for Children with Special Educational Needs v TableofContents model wherein inclusion is viewed as a dynamic system that encompasses mainstream schools, special classes, special schools and the wider community. There are multiple perspectives in the File Size: 1MB.

    Knowing Your Disability - The History of Deafness. History has not always been kind to those born deaf; early historical accounts tell us that the ancient Greeks thought deaf people incapable of education and early religious accounts viewed children afflicted with deafness as evidence of God’s anger; however, in the s, the Benedictine monk Pedro Ponce de Leon thought differently. “Finding Zoe is a heartwarming story about identity, self-acceptance, and love Attending RIT/NTID after growing up as Brandi and I did, in hearing families and mainstream schools, is truly life-altering/5(85).

      In this book, the author describes a personal journey from deaf child, to student, to academic and provides an analysis of the narratives of participants in a study of Deaf people who had similarly been placed by past policies “alone” in public school systems in the United States. She uses the term “solitaires” to describe such : Merv Hyde. Full text of "ERIC ED Crossing the Mainstream: Multicultural Perspectives in Teaching Literature." See other formats.


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