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Colección:
La Educación
Número: (120) I
Año: 1995

NOTES

1. The following material is based on J. D. Schein, At Home Among Strangers (Washington D.C.: Gallaudet University Press, 1989).
2. Some rare exceptions are organizations of orally educated deaf adults who depend upon lipreading. Such a club existed for some time in New York City, called the Merry Go Rounders. However, most of its members also belonged to organizations of deaf people who used sign. Oral adult groups are rare; nonetheless, they demonstrate the desire of deaf people to associate with each other—the hallmark of the Deaf Community.
3. Schein, At Home Among Strangers.
4. Cited in J. Schein, A Rose for Tomorrow (Silver Spring, MD: National Association of the Deaf, 1980) 87.
5. Cited in Schein, At Home Among Strangers 105.