Signs of Oppression in the Academy: The Case of Signed Languages

Autor/a: HENNER, Jonathan; ROBINSON, Octavian
Año: 2021
Editorial: Routledge
Tipo de código: Copyright
Soporte: Digital




While enthusiasm for sign language offerings in higher education through clubs and signed language courses is well-documented, with American Sign Language ascending to the lofty rank of third-most taught language by 2016 (Looney & Lusin, 2016), less is known about how academia perceives people who use, or research signed languages.

En: Linguistic Discrimination in US Higher Education: Power, Prejudice, Impacts, and Remedies, pp. 92-109