The Sociolinguistics of the Deaf Community / Edition 1by Ceil Lucas
Pub. Date: 01/28/1989
Publisher: Elsevier Science & Technology Books
Established linguistic concerns with deaf language are reexamined and redefined, and several new issues of general importance
This is a unified collection of the best and most current empirical studies of socio-linguistic issues in the deaf community, including topics such as studies of sign language variation, language contact and change, and sign language policy.
Established linguistic concerns with deaf language are reexamined and redefined, and several new issues of general importance to all sociolinguists are raised and explored. This is a book which interests all sociolinguists as well as deaf professionals, teachers of the deaf, sign language interpreters, and anyone else dealing on a day-to-day basis with the everyday language choices that deaf persons must make.
This is a unified collection of the best and most current empirical studies of sociolinguistic issues in the deaf community, including topics such as:
* Studies of Sign Language Variation
* Language contact and Change
* Sign Language Policy
* Language Attitudes
* Sign Language Discourse Analysis
- Elsevier Science & Technology Books
- Publication date:
- Product dimensions:
- 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x (d)
Table of ContentsC. Lucas, Introduction.
Variation and Language Contact:
C. Lucas and C. Valli, Language Contact in the American Deaf Community.
R.E. Johnson and C. Erting, Ethnicity and Socialization in a Classroom for Deaf Children.
J. Davis, Distinguishing Language Contact Phenomena in ASL Interpretation.
A.J. Aramburo, Sociolinguistic Aspects of the Black Deaf Community.
C.L. Ramsey, Language Planning in Deaf Education.
E.A. Winston, Transliteration: What's the Message?.
S.A. Mather, Visually Oriented Teaching Strategies with Deaf Preschool Children.
B. Kannapell, An Examination of Deaf College Students' Attitudes toward ASL and English.
J.W. Trotter, An Examination of Language Attitudes of Teachers of the Deaf.
C.B. Roy, Features of Discourse in an American Sign Language Lecture.
J. Zimmer, Toward a Description of Register Variation in American Sign Language.
E. Nowell, Conversational Features and Gender in ASL.
and post it to your social network
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
See all customer reviews >