Ladd CH3 pages 152-153 Jehanne McCullough (3:07)
Posts tagged: Deaf community
Ladd CH3 pages 146-147 Ritchie Bryant (3:50)
Ladd CH3 pages 140-142 David Eberwein (4:51)
Ladd CH2 pages 108-109 Nan Zhou (7:08)
Ladd CH 1 p. 44-46 Zein
An introduction to the overview of Deaf community – especially in the USA, United Kingdom, Western Europe and possibly Japan with emphasis that we should study it with important lenses to enable us to consider the extent of damage done to the community by Oralism. Importance of understanding the dynamics of the community in relation to Oralism the past 100+ years.
Ladd CH 1 p. 41-42 Witteborg
Discusses Deaf community membership, three routes/avenues into community, 5 kinds of partial memberships, other key membership characteristics (criteria) such as enogamous marriages (relationships) and use of the national sign language.
Ladd p. 39-41 Grushkin (10:02)
Discusses difficulty of defining “community,” and several attempted definitions including “imagined communities”, as it applies to Deaf community. Also, discusses using the singular form “Deaf community” or should consider the plural “Deaf communities.” Finally, points out importance of having clear boundaries/borders for a community to have better advocacy and political action plans.
Ladd CH1 p. 37-39 Miller (5:52)
Discusses the negative impacts of the 3 confusions discussed in previous 3 sections have on Deaf people’s political and academic goals. Mentions the Smithsonian Museum’s attempt to exhibit American Deaf community and Oralism’s impact on it during the 1990′s and how the Alexander Graham Bell Society thwarted it. Discusses advantages and disadvantages of the term “deaf-mute” to clarify. Points out who is really benefitting & who is NOT benefitting from this confusion and cover-up.
Ladd INTRO p. 14-19 Part ONE Jordan (10:16)
Introduces the central concepts of Deafhood and culturo-linguistic model (as opposed to the disability model both medical and social)
Ladd INTRO p. 9-12 Riker (7:40).
An overview of the contents of all 11 chapters in Paddy Ladd’s book “Understanding Deaf Culture: in search of Deafhood (2003).