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Access: Multiple Avenues for Deaf People
By Kristin A. Lindgren (editor), Doreen Deluca (editor), Donna Jo Napoli (editor) and Irene W. Leigh (editor)
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Publisher Gallaudet Univ Pr
Publication date November 15, 2008
Pages 216
Binding Hardcover
Edition Slp
Book category Adult Non-Fiction
ISBN-13 9781563683930
ISBN-10 1563683938
Dimensions 0.75 by 6.50 by 9.50 in.
Weight 1.16 lbs.
Original list price $60.00
Other format details university press
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The companion to Signs and Voices: Deaf Culture, Identity, Language, and Arts, this volume presents an accomplished group of contributors who address the major technological, institutional, and societal advances in access for deaf people, as well as the remaining hurdles. Part One: Assistive Technologies begins with Maggie Casteel’s description of the latest innovative hearing assistive technology. Al Sonnenstrahl discusses his career as a deaf engineer who segued into advocating for equal access in telecommunications. Robert C. O’Reilly, Amanda J. Mangiardi, and H. Timothy Bunnell outline the process of cochlear implantation in children.

Jami N. Fisher and Philip J. Mattiacci open Part Two: Education and Literacy by examining civil rights issues in education. Michael Stinson considers the conflict that inclusion creates in developing a deaf identity. Lisa Herbert discusses her identity as a signing deaf person who also has a cochlear implant. Grace Walker focuses on her experiences with a cochlear implant that eventually led her to stop using it.

In the final section, Part Three: Civil Rights, Christy Hennessey describes her work as an advocate and job placement counselor with deaf and hard of hearing people. Tony Saccente discusses HIV/AIDs counseling to the deaf gay community. Leila Monaghan follows by reviewing recent studies of deaf attitudes towards HIV/AIDs. Greg Hlibok concludes with his commentary on leading the Deaf President Now! movement and its subsequent effects on deaf civil rights.



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With Irene W. Leigh (other contributor), Kristin A. Lindgren (other contributor), Doreen Deluca (other contributor) | Slp edition from Gallaudet Univ Pr (November 15, 2008)
9781563683930 | details & prices | 216 pages | 6.50 × 9.50 × 0.75 in. | 1.16 lbs | List price $60.00
About: The companion to Signs and Voices: Deaf Culture, Identity, Language, and Arts, this volume presents an accomplished group of contributors who address the major technological, institutional, and societal advances in access for deaf people, as well as the remaining hurdles.

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