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Asia Williams 1. (4) Of the three authors, Ben, Harlan, and Robert (Bob), who is Deaf, who is hearing, and who is a "CODA"? Ben is deaf and Robert is CODA. 2. What does CODA stand for? CODA means a child of deaf adults. 3. (4) How accepted are CODA's in the DEAF-WORLD? CODA’s in the Deaf-world are accepted. They often form a link between the deaf-world and the hearing. 4. (4) What was significant about Harlan's view of Deaf people that made him such a welcome addition to writing this book? Harlan’s background gives a great contribution to this book and he “takes up the point of view and campions it in the hearing world” (4) because he is hearing. 5. (5) Why is it important that Ben give his background and the background of the other authors? This is important because Ben wants to give the readers a taste of the culture of the deaf-world and introduce the readers to the guides who will be leading this journey. 6. (5) Ben Bahan graduated from a residential school for the Deaf, why is this so significant? It is significant because it helped him transition into the deaf-world as a child. 7. (5) What was the first University that created a specialization in Deaf Studies in the U.S. in 1980? Boston University. 8. (5-6) What/Where is the Deaf-World? The deaf-world accounts for many places not just one, it is where ever the world is, a club where deaf people meet to socialize or a place where they go to do competitive sports. The deaf-world is where ever the people of that world are at . 9. (5-6) Since there is no geographical place to find those who use ASL, where can one find people who do? You can find ASL users at deaf clubs, sports events, places where they can exchange ideas, political action and religious organizations. 10. (5) Why, when members of the Deaf world meet do they feel the need to introduce themselves and companions? Introducing oneself or their companions is a way to show the connection or network into the deaf-world.
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