Inside Deaf Culture

Inside Deaf Culture

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In a study written from within the deaf community, the authors demonstrate how deaf people live historically, culturally, and linguistically complex lives, and how being or becoming deaf opens the door to an enormously rewarding life.A common system was a Sears garage-door opener transmitter and receiver, which, with a soldering iron and some wire, could be rigged into a light flashing system activated by a doorbell, a phone circuit, or a microphone. A character from the play, Grady, ... Yakubski: So a€” go ahead and fix it. Futrell: Let me see . . . very anbsp;...


Title:Inside Deaf Culture
Author: Carol PADDEN, Tom Humphries
Publisher: - 2006
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