PHI_Deafness

PHI_Deafness - sign language Positive attitude towards...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 2/23/11 The big D deaf vs. Deaf
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2/23/11 Deafness and the Community Pathological (clinical) view: hearing people as the “norm” Differences have a negative connotation Can be fixed Cultural view: those whose primary means of relating to the world is visual, and who share a common
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2/23/11 Deaf Culture Deafness as difference in human experience rather than a disability Deaf Culture – Not all deaf people are a part of Deaf culture, while some hearing individuals are included
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Unformatted text preview: sign language Positive attitude towards being deaf 2/23/11 Deaf Culture Actors Marlee Matlin, (Academy Award Winner) Laura C. Redden Searing - Journalist and Poet Juliette Low - founder of Girl Scouts of America 2/23/11 Prenatal testing and Designer Babies Becoming accepted to pre-screen parents, a fetus, IVF embryo to prevent disease and disability Where does screening for Deafness fall? Is selecting for deaf offspring unethical? Is selecting against deaf fetuses...
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This note was uploaded on 02/21/2011 for the course NTR 503 taught by Professor Dr.lisa during the Spring '10 term at SUNY Buffalo.

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