DepartmentCommunication Sciences and Disorders
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DescriptionThe lives of Deaf and hard-of-hearing (DHH) people around the world can look very different from one another, but often share key similarities. What do DHH people in different countries view as the most significant issues they face? Whose priorities are reflected in the policies and practices that shape what DHH people’s lives look like? What kinds of changes would have the greatest beneficial impact? We’ll examine these questions on a global scale through a framework that emphasizes the core principle of disability justice: nothing about us without us.
CitationHall, Matthew. Syllabus for The World of Sign Languages. Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, Temple U, Philadelphia, Spring 2023.
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