The Deaf Child in the Family and at School

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Edition: 1st
Pub. Date: 1999-11-01
Publisher(s): Taylor & Francis
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A tribute to a much-respected figure in Deaf education, this book also reflects the state of current understanding of the complex interacting domains in which Deaf children develop. For educators, developmentalists, and specialists in Deafness.

Table of Contents

Introduction to the Book
The Deaf Child in the Family
Images of Self and Others: Stories From the Children
Learning to Converse: How Deaf Mothers Support the Development of Attention and Conversational Skills in Their Young Deaf Children
Bilingualism in a Deaf Family: Fingerspelling in Early Childhood
Intuitive Parenting, Communication, and Interaction With Deaf Infants
Impact of Child Deafness on Mother-Toddler Interaction: Strengths and Weaknesses
Autobiographical Narrative on Growing up Deaf
The Deaf Child and Family in Transition
Every Opportunity: A Case Study of Hearing Parents and Their Deaf Child
Sensitivity in the Family-Professional Relationship: Parental Experiences in Families With Young Deaf and Hard of Hearing Children
Language in Sight: Mothers' Strategies for Making Language Visually Accessible to Deaf Children
Challenges to Parents and Professionals in Promoting Socioemotional Development in Deaf Children
The Deaf Child at School
Socialization of Deaf Children and Youths in School
Shifting Stigma From Body to Self: Paradoxical Consequences of Mainstreaming
A Bold Step: Changing the Curriculum for Culturally Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students
Emerging Educational Programs for Deaf Students in Mongolia and Nepal: A Special Report
With A. Zwiebel, Nature Versus Nurture in the Development of Cognition in Deaf People
Education and Development of Deaf Children--or Is It Development and Education?
Afterword: Deafness and Social Change: Ruminations of a Retiring Researcher
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