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Kelly, A: How Deaf Women Construct Teaching, La...
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Erscheinungsdatum: 17.12.2013, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: How Deaf Women Construct Teaching, Language & Culture, and Gender, Titelzusatz: An Ethnographic Study of ASL Teachers, Autor: Kelly, Arlene B., Verlag: VDM Verlag Dr. Müller e.K., Sprache: Englisch, Rubrik: Soziologie, Seiten: 284, Informationen: Paperback, Gewicht: 439 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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How Deaf Women Construct Teaching Language & Cu...
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How Deaf Women Construct Teaching Language & Culture and Gender ab 78.99 € als Taschenbuch: An Ethnographic Study of ASL Teachers. Aus dem Bereich: Bücher, Wissenschaft, Politikwissenschaft,

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How Deaf Women Construct Teaching Language & Cu...
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How Deaf Women Construct Teaching Language & Culture and Gender ab 78.99 EURO An Ethnographic Study of ASL Teachers

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How Deaf Women Construct Teaching, Language & C...
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This ethnographic study looks at how five Deaf women who teach American Sign Language (ASL) come to construct teaching, language & culture, and gender. This study also examines how these five women bridge two cultures, that of the dominant mainstream and of the Deaf, through their teaching ASL & Deaf Culture. These issues were explored through videotaped interviews and participant-observations in their ASL classes. Interviews and observations reveal their unique experiences as Deaf individuals living as daughters, students, mothers, teachers, and partners in social relationships. These roles are both at once similar & dissimilar. Their lived experiences as Deaf women affect how they teach, how they perceive hearing people, and how they understand language, culture, and gender.

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Sociopolitical Perspectives on Language Policy ...
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This volume is the result of a colloquium on socio-political dimensions of language policy and language planning held at the 1997 American Association of Applied Linguistics (AAAL) Conference. The focus is on language planning and policy in the USA, but the issues raised will be applicable to other parts of the world as well.Three broad issues are addressed: general aspects, case studies dealing with certain languages or ethnic groups, and language planning in practice. The first, general, part, provides a historical analysis of language planning and language policy in the US, and proceeds to deal with maintenance and loss of indigenous languages, and the constraints imposed by current policies and how these constraints can be effectively dealt with. The second part contains a number of case studies. It discusses aspects of planning policies pertaining to pidgin languages, gestural languages used by the deaf (ASL) and constraints in foreign language education; this part also raises issues relating to ethnic groups, concentrating on the position of Mexicans and Puerto Ricans in the US. In the third part some practical issues are raised by looking into the role of language and culture in teaching reading, foreign language policy in higher education, Hawaiian language regenisis, and gender neutralization in American English.The book is a tribute to Charlene Junko Sato, a sociolinguist and a language activist. She died in 1996 and will be remembered for her work not only in linguistics, but also for her dedication in advancing Hawaiian Pidgin, influencing language policy through various publications and court-room appearances.

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Deaf Subjects
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In this probing exploration of what it means to be deaf, Brenda Brueggemann goes beyond any simple notion of identity politics to explore the very nature of identity itself. Looking at a variety of cultural texts, she brings her fascination with borders and between-places to expose and enrich our understanding of how deafness embodies itself in the world, in the visual, and in language.Taking on the creation of the modern deaf subject, Brueggemann ranges from the intersections of gender and deafness in the work of photographers Mary and Frances Allen at the turn of the last century, to the state of the field of Deaf Studies at the beginning of our new century. She explores the power and potential of American Sign Language-wedged, as she sees it, between letter-bound language and visual ways of learning-and argues for a rhetorical approach and digital future for ASL literature.The narration of deaf lives through writing becomes a pivot around which to imagine how digital media and documentary can be used to convey deaf life stories. Finally, she expands our notion of diversity within the deaf identity itself, takes on the complex relationship between deaf and hearing people, and offers compelling illustrations of the intertwined, and sometimes knotted, nature of individual and collective identities within Deaf culture.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Sociopolitical Perspectives on Language Policy ...
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This volume is the result of a colloquium on socio-political dimensions of language policy and language planning held at the 1997 American Association of Applied Linguistics (AAAL) Conference. The focus is on language planning and policy in the USA, but the issues raised will be applicable to other parts of the world as well.Three broad issues are addressed: general aspects, case studies dealing with certain languages or ethnic groups, and language planning in practice. The first, general, part, provides a historical analysis of language planning and language policy in the US, and proceeds to deal with maintenance and loss of indigenous languages, and the constraints imposed by current policies and how these constraints can be effectively dealt with. The second part contains a number of case studies. It discusses aspects of planning policies pertaining to pidgin languages, gestural languages used by the deaf (ASL) and constraints in foreign language education; this part also raises issues relating to ethnic groups, concentrating on the position of Mexicans and Puerto Ricans in the US. In the third part some practical issues are raised by looking into the role of language and culture in teaching reading, foreign language policy in higher education, Hawaiian language regenisis, and gender neutralization in American English.The book is a tribute to Charlene Junko Sato, a sociolinguist and a language activist. She died in 1996 and will be remembered for her work not only in linguistics, but also for her dedication in advancing Hawaiian Pidgin, influencing language policy through various publications and court-room appearances.

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Deaf Subjects
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In this probing exploration of what it means to be deaf, Brenda Brueggemann goes beyond any simple notion of identity politics to explore the very nature of identity itself. Looking at a variety of cultural texts, she brings her fascination with borders and between-places to expose and enrich our understanding of how deafness embodies itself in the world, in the visual, and in language.Taking on the creation of the modern deaf subject, Brueggemann ranges from the intersections of gender and deafness in the work of photographers Mary and Frances Allen at the turn of the last century, to the state of the field of Deaf Studies at the beginning of our new century. She explores the power and potential of American Sign Language-wedged, as she sees it, between letter-bound language and visual ways of learning-and argues for a rhetorical approach and digital future for ASL literature.The narration of deaf lives through writing becomes a pivot around which to imagine how digital media and documentary can be used to convey deaf life stories. Finally, she expands our notion of diversity within the deaf identity itself, takes on the complex relationship between deaf and hearing people, and offers compelling illustrations of the intertwined, and sometimes knotted, nature of individual and collective identities within Deaf culture.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
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