Deaf in America : Voices From A Culture
The goal of the book is to collect, organize and interpret examples of the cultural life of Deaf people. There is a preference for materials that are unusual or unexpected, that run counter to the more familiar ways of talking about Deaf people. The materials are organized in a way that not only challenges the traditional orientation of describing Deaf people but contributes to ideas about human culture.
Carol Padden and Tom Humphries, authors
Harvard University Press, Massachusetts
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