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Corker, Mairian, “Deaf Transitions: Images and Origins of Deaf Families, Deaf Communities and Deaf Identities”, 1996, Jessica Kingsley Publishers 0

Corker, Mairian, “Deaf Transitions: Images and Origins of Deaf Families, Deaf Communities and Deaf Identities”, 1996, Jessica Kingsley Publishers

9 The insidious focus on deaf people’s difference in a negative way, not only by hearing people in general but also by significant others and those in their immediate socio-cultural group, is the single...

Lane, H, “The Mask of Benevolence: Disabling the Deaf Community”, 1992, Alfred A. Knopf 0

Lane, H, “The Mask of Benevolence: Disabling the Deaf Community”, 1992, Alfred A. Knopf

xi The present hearing views of how best to describe, educate, and rehabilitate deaf children and adults are closely interrelated, as are the numerous professions that, proceeding on these views, shape and even regulate...

Ladd, P, “Understanding Deaf Culture: In Search of Deafhood”, 2003, Multilingual Matters Ltd 0

Ladd, P, “Understanding Deaf Culture: In Search of Deafhood”, 2003, Multilingual Matters Ltd

1 People with disabilities, Deaf people, and others who might not even consider themselves as having a disability have been relegated to the margins by the very people who have celebrated and championed the...

McIlroy, G & Storbeck, C, ‘Development of Deaf Identity: An Ethnographic Study’, 2011, Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education, pp494-511 0

McIlroy, G & Storbeck, C, ‘Development of Deaf Identity: An Ethnographic Study’, 2011, Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education, pp494-511

495 In the context of Deaf studies, identity has traditionally been defined around the disability-difference binary (Davis, 2002). From this perspective, identity is constructed as either a ‘‘disabled deaf person or as a Deaf...