The SAGE Deaf Studies Encyclopedia, 1st Edition

  • Genie Gertz
  • Published By: SAGE
  • ISBN-10: 1483346471
  • ISBN-13: 9781483346472
  • DDC: 305.9
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 1552 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2015 | Published/Released March 2016
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2015

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Overview

This book shifts focus away from the medical model that has view deaf individuals as needing to be remedied in order to correct so-called hearing and speaking deficiencies for the sole purpose of assimilation into mainstream society. The members of deaf communities are part of a distinct cultural and linguistic group with a unique, vibrant community, and way of being.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Editorial Board.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Contents.
List of Entries.
Reader’s Guide.
About the Editors.
Contributors.
Other Frontmatter.
Introduction.
1: Academic Test Bias.
2: Actors.
3: Adoption.
4: Africa, Eastern: Deaf Community.
5: Africa, Middle: Deaf Community.
6: Africa, Southern: Deaf Community.
7: Africa, Western: Deaf Community.
8: American Sign Language, Positive Psychological Effects of.
9: American Sign Language and English Literacy, Interdependence of.
10: Americans with Disabilities Act.
11: Aphasia and Brain Lesions.
12: Architectural Barriers Act of 1968.
13: Art and Literature, Deaf History of and Participation in.
14: Art Genres and Movements.
15: Artists.
16: Artists in Residency.
17: Arts, Performing.
18: Asia, Southeast: Deaf Community.
19: Asia, Southern: Deaf Community.
20: Asia, Western: Deaf Community.
21: Assessment Accommodations and Testing Modifications.
22: Audism.
23: Autism Spectrum.
24: Avatar Technology.
25: Baby Signs.
26: Biblical Tradition, References to Deaf in.
27: Bilingualism.
28: Bilingualism, Philosophy and Models of.
29: Bioethics.
30: Books.
31: Bullying.
32: Business Owners and Entrepreneurs.
33: Camenisch v. University of Texas.
34: Canada: Deaf Community.
35: Captioning.
36: Captioning Technology, Media.
37: Catholicism.
38: Central America: Deaf Community.
39: Child Welfare and Child Abuse.
40: Children, Deaf, of Deaf Parents.
41: Children, Deaf, of Hearing Parents.
42: Children of Deaf Adults.
43: Christianity.
44: Civil War, U.S.: Deaf History of and Participation in.
45: Classroom, Signing in the.
46: Cochlear Implant: Deaf Community.
47: Cognitive Processes.
48: Combined Method, Philosophy and Models of.
49: Commission on the Education of the Deaf.
50: Communications Act: Section 255.
51: Community Television of Southern California v. Gottfried.
52: Costner v. United States.
53: Crime and Delinquency.
54: Deaf Art.
55: Deaf Centrism and Deaf Centricity.
56: Deaf Cinema.
57: Deaf Crit.
58: Deaf Culture.
59: Deaf Dean Now Protest.
60: Deaf Drivers and Deaf Workers: Advocacy Work of the National Association for the Deaf.
61: Deaf Education History: 1980 to Present.
62: Deaf Education History: Milan 1880.
63: Deaf Education History: Post-1880 to 1979.
64: Deaf Education History: Pre-1880.
65: Deaf Gain.
66: Deaf History: 1300–1800.
67: Deaf History: 1800–1880.
68: Deaf History: 1881–1920.
69: Deaf History: 1921–1980.
70: Deaf History: 1981 to Present.
71: Deaf History: Antiquity.
72: Deaf History: Caribbean.
73: Deaf History: Central America.
74: Deaf History: Eastern Asia.
75: Deaf History: Eastern Europe.
76: Deaf History: Middle Africa.
77: Deaf History: Northern Europe.
78: Deaf History: Oceania.
79: Deaf History: South America.
80: Deaf History: Southeast Asia.
81: Deaf History: Southern Africa.
82: Deaf History: Southern Asia.
83: Deaf History: Western Europe.
84: Deaf International Development.
85: Deaf Learners, Cognition of.
86: Deaf President Now Protest.
87: Deaf Professionals in American Art Museums.
88: Deaf Rights Activism, Global Protests.
89: Deaf Studies.
90: Deaf Studies: Disability Studies Perspective and Controversy.
91: Deaf Studies Programs.
92: Deaf Theory.
93: deaf/Deaf: Origins and Usage.
94: Deafhood.
95: Deafspace.
96: Demographics.
97: Department of Education, U.S..
98: De’VIA Manifesto.
99: Digital Arts.
100: Diversity: Disability and Deaf Studies.
101: Diversity: First Nation Peoples of North America.
102: Diversity: LGBTQI.
103: Diversity: Women.
104: Domestic Violence and Services.
105: Driving Restrictions Protests.
106: Dysconscious Audism.