Book Report: Deaf Culture

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Compare to youtr culture with deaf culture, what you learn from the part one in the book( page 1-81)? Do you agree or not agree? What you have learned from this part in the book?
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Executive Summary
The author of the book analysis on how the American Culture of the hearing people describe the deaf in relation to their behaviors, social beliefs and the challenges on how use of sign language is being used as means of communications in the community and institutions. However, the views of Deaf community as explained by the author do view deafness as differences of human experience instead of it being a disability (Mindness Et al. 1999). This is a view not shared by the hearing community who in contrast they view Deafness as a disability and hindrance to sharing of information. The author emphasized on the challenges of sign language interpreters who are able to identify themselves with the deaf culture. This interpreter tries to bridge the gap between the deaf community and the hearing people with an aim of achieving their recognition in the community as it is their right to be entitled to support and recognition and have an equal basis as others in the community……ORDER NOW……http://unimasteressays.com/order/
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