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Discussion Karen Nakamura describes ideological differences between two prominent deaf groups in Japan: The Japanese Federation of the Deaf (JFD, established in 1947) and D-Pro (established in 1993). What are described differences that shaped the two groups? How did signing begin to blossom after the end of the Pacific War in Japan? How/why was JFD one of the few successful social and political movements in Japan?
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Unformatted text preview: What is the majority perspective of minority cultures in Japan? In Chapter 2, traditional signing is described as a language that covers a broad range of definitions in signed Japanese. How is this statement controversial? TEST What was the name of the first national deaf group in Japan? How would you contrast life growing up deaf in Japan versus northern India in the second half of the 20 th century?...
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