Deafness as a culture

Autor/a: DOLNICK, Edward
Año: 1993
Editorial: The Atlantic nº 272 (1993) pp. 37-53
Tipo de código: Copyright
Soporte: Digital


Comunidad y cultura sorda


Well-meaning efforts to integrate deaf people into conventional schools and to help them learn to speak English are provoking fierce resistance from activists who favor sign language and an acknowledgement that the world of deafness is distinctive, rewarding, and worth preservation.