Ladd CH2 pages 111-112 Ella Mae Lentz (10:09)
Posts tagged: Deafhood
Ladd CH2 pages 109-111 Butch Zein (7:19)
Ladd Ch. 2 pages 88-90 Jenny Cantrell (11:50)
Ladd CH2 p. 81 Kristen Weiner (2:52)
Expands on the concept of Deafhood in the context of preparing the “reader” for the counter-narrative of Deaf history from the Deaf center of which Chapter 2 is about.
Ladd CH2 pages 79-81 Brenda Jo Falgier (9:41)
Describes colonialism and discusses why Deaf communities should be viewed as being colonized. Introduces those key terminologies: post-colonialism, decolonization, counter-narrative, post-modernism, essentialism, strategic essentialism.
Ladd CH1 p. 72-73 Kathy Say (3:39)
The last section of Chapter One in Dr. Ladd’s “Understanding Deaf Culture: In Search of Deafhood” proposes the the evidence points to the idea of Deaf communities’ experience resembling the colonialist situation. It also mentions what is needed to reverse that situation, including getting those who are interested in multilingual issues to involve the Deaf communities in their work in promoting equality for all languages and cultures.
Ladd CH1 p. 36-37 Farinha (5:19)
Discusses ethnocentricity as the third confusion causing problems for the general public to understand the Deaf situation in their goals to achieve linguistic and cultural recognition.
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).
Ladd INTRO p. 7-9 Kerr (7:07)
A brief overview of Oralist dominance & its destructive results. Discusses the importance of culture in unifying for justice and some of the struggles for general public’s understanding of Deaf culture and Deafhood.
Ladd INTRO p. 2-6 Holcomb (7:55).
This describes the metaphors of a museum and annex to describe the Deaf culture’s situation.