eBook Deafness and Hearing Impairment, 1st Edition

  • Clayton Farris Naff
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  • ISBN-10: 0737751290
  • ISBN-13: 9780737751291
  • DDC: 617.8
  • 250 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2010 | Published/Released April 2010
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2010
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About

Overview

Provides an overview of deafness and hearing impairment, including its causes, diagnostic and treatment options, and impact on balance. Looks at deafness as a separate culture versus deafness as a disability; and the controversy surrounding cochlear implants. Also offers personal stories from people living with hearing impairment.

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Reviews

"High school students researching health topics will be very thankful for this highly informative and homework-friendly series. Teens with a personal interest or health concern will also find useful and fascinating material and a list of organizations to contact for further information and help. This series is a must-have for any library serving high school students who might be curious about or need to research the stubjects." --VOYA, May 2008

— VOYA

"It will be useful to middle school students looking to research various diseases. This series is more appropriate for high school age students with the critical thinking skills to understand the more complex language in the pro/con essays. In general, these books are excellent sources for middle and high school readers to enhance their critical thinking skills. They could easily be used as jumping off points for research projects and debate topics." --ARBA, 2009

— ARBA