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Deaf epistemologies

Peter V. Paul

Deaf epistemologies

multiple perspectives on the acquisition of knowledge

by Peter V. Paul

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  • 28 Currently reading

Published by Gallaudet University Press in Washington, DC .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Theory of Knowledge,
  • Deaf,
  • Deafness,
  • Psychological aspects

  • Edition Notes

    Includes index.

    StatementPeter V. Paul, Donald F. Moores, editors
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHV2395 .D43 2012
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25140397M
    ISBN 101563685256, 1563685264
    ISBN 109781563685255, 9781563685262
    LC Control Number2011051062

    Translations: Understanding Deaf Culture (Introduction) 1. Introduction (pages ) This also identifies the target audiences for this book – Deaf people, people working in Deaf related areas, parents of Deaf children and especially, radicals fighting for liberation of other groups. Deaf epistemologies, subaltern and subaltern. , English, Book, Illustrated edition: Deaf epistemologies: multiple perspectives on the acquisition of knowledge / Peter V. Paul, Donald F. Moores, editors. Get this edition User activity.

      Deaf people’s lives are predicated to some extent on working with sign language interpreters. The self is translated on a regular basis and is a long-term state of being. Identity becomes known and performed through the translated self in many interactions, especially at work. (Hearing) others’ experience of deaf people, largely formed indirectly through the use of . Click on any title to access the e-book. See our e-books guide for further help. Deaf Epistemologies, Identity, and Learning [e-book]: A Comparative Perspective by De Author: Christine Bennett.

    Deaf Epistemologies, Identity, and Learning by Goedele A. M. De Clerck Call Number: E-book. ISBN: Publication Date: Sign Language, Sustainable Development, and Equal Opportunities by Goedele A. M. De Clerck; Peter Paul ISBN: Publication Date: Aspects of the Deaf episteme, not caused by deafness but by Deafhood, have a positive impact on how deaf individuals learn, resist audism, stay healthy, and navigate the world. Research on psychology, health, and education are reviewed to illustrate how visually oriented beings think and view the world differently from the by:


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De Clerck also considers global to local dynamics in deaf identity, deaf Price: $ Deaf Epistemologies, Identity, and Learning argues for an inclusive approach to the intrinsic human diversity in society, education, and scholarship, and shows how emotions of hope, frustration, and humiliation contribute to the construction of identity and community.

De Clerck also considers global to local dynamics in deaf identity, deaf Cited by: 8. The next part considers dueling epistemologies in educating deaf learners; reforms in deaf education; the role of deaf children of hearing parents in creating Deaf epistemologies; and the benefit of reading literature with deaf characters for all by: Donald F.

Moores is a former professor in the Department of Exceptional Student and Deaf Education at the University of North Florida. Print Edition: ISBN7 x 10 casebound, pages, 1 table, 4 figures. E-Book: ISBN $ To order by mail, print our Order Form or call. Dueling epistemologies: between Scylla and Charybdis in the education of deaf learners / Donald F.

Moores Paving the way for reform in deaf education / Thomas K. Holcomb Deaf worldviews, views of the deaf world, and the role of deaf children of hearing parents in creating a deaf epistemology / Margery Miller.

Deaf Epistemologies, Identity, and Learning argues for an inclusive approach to the intrinsic human diversity in society, education, and scholarship, and shows how emotions of hope, frustration, and humiliation contribute to the construction of identity and by: 8.

Book release: Deaf epistemologies, identity, and learning In this pioneering volume, Dr De Clerck presents an unprecedented array of cross-cultural comparative research that documents where deaf flourishing occurs and how it can be advanced, by critically applying an empowerment paradigm to real-life scenarios whilst examining identity and wellbeing through a unique.

Deaf epistemology constitutes the nature and extent of the knowledge that deaf individuals acquire growing up in a society that relies primarily on audition to navigate life.

To this end, Bragg () compiled a collection of essays written by deaf individuals since and published them in a book titled Deaf World: A Historical Reader and Primary Sourcebook. This type of book demonstrates the importance of the Deaf voice, and is not unlike the epistemological work of various minority and disenfranchised groups.

I will begin my review by focusing on the end of the book Deaf Epistemologies: Multiple Perspectives on the Acquisition of is there that the editors Peter V. Paul and Donald F. Moores talk about how they coincidentally attended the same institution of higher education, The University of by: 1.

Deaf Epistemologies, Identity, and Learning argues for an inclusive approach to the intrinsic human diversity in society, education, and scholarship, and shows how emotions of hope, frustration, and humiliation contribute to the construction of identity and community.

De Clerck also considers global to local dynamics in deaf identity, deaf. Explore our list of Deaf->Means of communication Books at Barnes & Noble®.

Receive FREE shipping with your Barnes & Noble Membership. Orders may be delayed. Thank you for your patience. Deaf Epistemologies, Identity, and Learning: A Comparative. of the American Annals of the Deaf, Peter V.

Paul and I presented some char-acteristics of a Deaf epistemology, or epistemologies, and contrasted them with a standard epistemology, which may not, in reality, be the standard any-more. Deaf epistemologies, as they re-late to education and instruction, typically contain certain beliefs includ.

Deaf epistemologies are similar to the epistemologies of ethnic and cultural minority groups such as Asian American epistemology and disability epistemology (Ladd, ; Wang, ). There are two different approaches toward Deaf epistemologies: positivism as the GG 12/7/13 AM Comment [3]: You!can!see!how!once!we.

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Epistemology is the study of how “knowledge” is formed. Standard epistemology isolates the “known” from the “knowers,” thereby defining “. Buy Deaf Epistemologies, Identity, and Learning: A Comparative Perspective (Deaf Education) 1 by Goedele A. De Clerck (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. On ‘deaf flourishing’, i.e. deaf people's well-being and self-actualisation as it emerges in a variety of cultural practices and stories, she recently published a book entitled Deaf Epistemologies, Identity, and Learning (Gallaudet University Press, ).Author: Goedele A.

De Clerck. The editors of this special issue of the American Annals of the Deaf believe that it is timely to explore the construct of a "Deaf epistemology" - or, perhaps more accurately, "Deaf epistemologies" - which has become a controversial, contentious phenomenon.

Perspectives on Deaf Epistemologies. December ; American annals of the deaf (5); This book is the third step of a journey with no discernable final destination.

The journey began. to Deaf Epistemologies or Deaf Cri-tique and Science. The purpose of the present article is to offer insight into the notion of deaf epistemolo-gies.2 Drawing on the field of anthro-pology, which has inspired and legitimated the cultural turn in deaf studies, and situating deaf episte-mologies in the evolution of the phi.

Deaf epistemologies, identity, and learning: a comparative perspective. [Goedele De Clerck] -- "Goedele A.M. De Clerck presents cross-cultural comparative research that examines and documents where deaf flourishing occurs and how it can be advanced.Toward an understanding of epistemology and deafness / Peter V.

Paul and Donald F. Moores --Contributing to an era of epistemological equity: a critique and an alternative to the practice of science / Goedele A.M. De Clerck --Juggling two worlds / Michael M. McKee and Peter C. Hauser --Diversity and deaf identity: implications for personal.The next part considers dueling epistemologies in educating deaf learners; reforms in deaf education; the role of deaf children of hearing parents in creating Deaf epistemologies; and the benefit of reading literature with deaf characters for all students.