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A Lens on Deaf Identities
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Bibliographic Detail
Publisher Oxford Univ Pr
Publication date April 24, 2009
Pages 223
Binding Hardcover
Book category Adult Non-Fiction
ISBN-13 9780195320664
ISBN-10 0195320662
Dimensions 0.50 by 6.25 by 9.25 in.
Weight 1.05 lbs.
Original list price $53.00
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Amazon.com description: Product Description: Deaf and hard of hearing individuals develop their identities within environments that convey and reinforce preconceived assumptions of disability and of deafness thereby encouraging particular ways of accommodating individuals hearing status. These assumptions ultimately influence the evolution of their identities and in turn their psychological well-being. This notion is particularly important within societies that frame deaf or hard of hearing persons as living in a prison of silence a metaphor the media uses frequently when extolling the virtues of cochlear implants or which view them in one-dimensional perspectives - rather than recognizing that there are many ways to be deaf or hard of hearing.Many factors some ever-present and some that have emerged in recent years impact the unique identities of deaf and hard of hearing individuals today. These factors which are explored in A Lens on Deaf Identities include explanatory paradigms that frame how deaf and hard of hearing people are understood within the context of disability and sociolinguistics; the relatively recent formal recognition of a Deaf culture and the emergence of bicultural frames of reference; the appearance of deaf identity theories in the psychological literature; the influence of families and schools historical and social contexts; the acknowledgement of diversity in this population; and the technology that affects the identity of deaf people in potentially unexpected ways e.g. cochlear implants as bionic ears telecommunications that bring deaf people together with each other as well as with hearing people and advances in genetics with implications for parental decision-making about hearing status and the acceptability of hearing differences. 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 mul

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About: Deaf and hard of hearing individuals develop their identities within environments that convey and reinforce preconceived assumptions of disability and of deafness thereby encouraging particular ways of accommodating individuals hearing status.

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