Posts tagged: Deaf education

Nov 11 2013

The Rediscovery of Deaf History (p. 155-156)

Ladd CH3 page 155 Ella Mae Lentz (2:38)

Nov 08 2013

Linguistic Minority Discourse; Deaf Professionals & Sign Interpreters (p. 154-155)

Ladd CH3 page 154-155 Ella Mae Lentz (5:01)

Jan 20 2013

1965-1980 Educational Discourses (p. 148-150)

Ladd CH3 pages 148-150 Star Grieser (8:50)

Aug 08 2012

Micro-Physics of Power & the Oralist Discursive System (p. 123-124)

Ladd CH2 pages 123-124 Stacy Gough (7:18)

Jun 18 2012

The Discourses of Hearing Allies (p. 113)

Ladd CH2 p. 113 Alyce Reynolds (2:16)

Jun 11 2012

Deaf Discourses – Part C (p. 111-112)

Ladd CH2 pages 111-112 Ella Mae Lentz (10:09)

May 14 2012

Deaf Discourses – Part A (p. 108-109)

Ladd CH2 pages 108-109 Nan Zhou (7:08)

Feb 13 2012

Majority Discourses and Deaf Communities

Ladd Ch. 2 pages 88-90 Jenny Cantrell (11:50)

Jul 03 2011

Education and Socialisation / Conclusion

Ladd CH 1 p. 43-44 Lentz

Mentions that Deaf community as a linguistic minority differs from other linguistic minorities in the sense that 90-95% of Deaf people learn the language and culture NOT from their parents, but the important avenue of Deaf schools. The conclusion emphasizes the need to build the historical dimension to the idea of traditional Deaf community so that modern variations have something to be measured against. Traditional Deaf community consists of Deaf people who attended Deaf schools and met either in Deaf clubs or at other Deaf social activities. Also, the term “Deaf community” is clarified to refer to the global/international community more than to one nation.