Introduction (pages 2-25)

Introduction (pages 2-25)

Chapter One (pages 27-73)

Chapter One (pages 27-73)

Chapter Two (pages 75-133)

Chapter Two (pages 75-133)

Chapter Three (pages 133-157)

Chapter Three (pages 133-157)

Understanding Deaf Culture: In Search of Deafhood (Chapter Three, pages 133-157)

 

Twentieth Century Discourses

p. 135 Iva Ikeda (3:24)

Keywords: brain, counter-narrative, culture, culturo-linguistic model, Deaf culture, Deaf discourses, Deaf subaltern, deafness, disability discourses, hearing people, medical community, medical model, Mirzoeff, psychologists, sign language, social model

 

Oralism’s Influence on 20th Century Discourse Developments

p. 135-137 Iva Ikeda (8:04)

Keywords: academic and social curricula, Catholic schools, cochlear implant, day schools, Deaf schools, Deaf teachers, Deaf-centered education, degrees of Oralism, discursive system, Donaldson’s School, Edinburgh, educational psychology, formalized teacher training, hearing aid, hegemony, intensification and consolidation of Oralism, Irish republic, laryngology, mainstreamed schooling, minimize Deaf interaction, oralism, Oralist parent discourse, Oralist takeover, otology, residential schools, resistance, scientism, sign, sign language ban, Southern England, speech therapy, technology

 

Selective Education Discourses

p. 137-138 Rachel Zemach (6:36)

Keywords: automistic individuals, Boyce, cost-effective education, Deaf ‘success’, Deaf children, Deaf histories, Deaf school, deafened, deafness discourse, denial, Edward Kirk, egalitarian education, hearing aids, Mary Hare school, miracle, Mirzoeff, oralist discourse, other Deaf people, Parisian school, partially deaf, potential leaders, Second World War, selective oralist schools, Southern England, swifter education, willing media

 

Paucity of Academic Discourses

p. 138-139 Ella Mae Lentz (10:53)

Keywords: academic discourse, Anglican church, Australian rebellions, behaviorism, Christian discourses, Deaf achievement, Deaf club, Deaf colony, Deaf issues, Deaf-led missions, deafness theme, dependent, Dimmock, gratitude, hostile world, Independent Courier, medical establishments, minorities, missioners, non-conformist missioners, oralism, paternalism, police intervention, radical Deaf magazines, resentment, social welfare model, social-control, Spearing, subaltern resistance, The Argonaut, unintelligent Deaf being, universities, White Man’s Burden

 

The RNID & the Formation of the Discursive System

p. 140-142 David Eberwein (4:51)

Keywords: BDDA, board, Deaf community, Deaf organizations, discursive system, elderly hard of hearing people, hearing impaired, linguistic colonialism, medical model, medical-oralist establishment, pan-deafness, repression, RNID, social-control model, wealthy and nobility classes, welfare colonialism

 

Lay Discourses

p. 142-143 Nan Zhou (6:06)

Keywords: art tuition, Chapter 8, Deaf people. public eye, discourses, educational standards, general public, lay people, learning sign language, media, medicine, missioners, oralism, oralist ideology, Paris Deaf school, political arena, sign language interpreting movement, society’s notice, subaltern, technology, theatre, working-class

 

Deaf Discourses in the 20th Century Part 1

p. 143-144 Brenda Jo Falgier (8:38)

Keywords: academically inadmissable, BDA, BDDA, Burch, co-optation, colonial system, covert Deaf discourses, credibility, Deaf club, Deaf clubs, Deaf consensus, Deaf history, Deaf leaders, Deaf literacy, Deaf periodicals, Deaf pride, Deaf rebels, Deaf schools, Deaf sports, Deaf subalterns, Deaf teachers, Deaf trade trainers, embezzlement, hard of hearing, mainstreaming policies, mental hospitals, mentally damaged school-leavers, missioners, new Deaf elite, offspring of the wealthy, oralism, orally educated, professional Deaf discourses, radicalism, resistance, RNID, UK, USA

 

Deaf Discourses in the 20th Century Part 2

p. 144-146 Liz Brading (7:39)

Keywords: 1970’s, covert operations, Danish culture, Deaf association, Deaf people, demoralization, Denmark, dictatorial leadership, division, familiar patterns, film, Germany, hearing, hearing people, integration via speech, Ireland, longing for information, Mally, monotonous work, Norway, open-minded discussions, oralism, passive, positive Deaf discourses, principal, public discourses, radio, school, sign language alienates, signs forbidden, television, theatre, Widell

 

Changes in “Hearing” Discourses, 1965-1980

p. 146-147 Ritchie Bryant (3:50)

Keywords: 1965-1980, capitalism, colonial administration, cultural changes, Deaf community, Deaf discourses, hearing allies, hearing discourses, liberal or social democrat discourses, political changes, radical advocates, reformist position, resurgence of linguistic model, two waves of changes, Western societies

 

1965-1980 Social Welfare Discourses

p. 147-148 Tim Riker (5:17)

Keywords: culturally-oriented perspective, Deaf professionals, deafness, dependent relationship, elderly hearing people, hearing aids, hearing impaired, jobs for Deaf people, linguistic model, medical model, missioners, neutral, Seebohm Report, sign language, sign language interpreter, social welfare model, social work liberal discourses, Social Workers for the Deaf

 

1965-1980 Educational Discourses

p. 148-150 Star Grieser (8:50)

Keywords: 1970’s, 1988, basic syntactic grammar, biculturalism, bilingualism, Deaf discourses, Deaf education, Deaf heads, Deaf philosophies, Deaf President Now campaign, Deaf schools, Deaf staff, Deaf Studies, Deaf teachers, educational tools, English, French, Gallaudet University, hearing teachers, liberal discourse, oralist web, role models, Scandinavian countries, sign systems, Total Communication movement, United Kingdom, universal, USA, visual gibberish, visual grammar, visual logic

 

1965-1980 Academic Discourses

p. 150-152 Flavia Fleischer (7:06)

Keywords: academy, American Annals of the Deaf, anti-intellectual, bona fida language, Bristol University, California State University Northridge, Central Lancashire University, class-based power bloc, cultural communities, cultural studies, Deaf academic perspective, Deaf communities, Deaf sign linguists, Deaf Studies, disability studies, Durham University, funds, Gallaudet University, humanity, linguistics, mainstream linguistic theory, medical model, medical-educational nexus, National Technical Institute for the Deaf, neurolinguistics, non-Deaf new blood, oralism, psycholinguistics, quasl-academic language, sign language research, social-control model, Stokoe, Wolverhampton University

 

1965-1980 Lay Discourses

p. 152 Judy Gough (3:18)

Keywords: BSLTA, Deaf resurgence, hearing, lay people, oralism, sign language classes, social-control, visibility

 

New Deaf Discourses, 1975 to Date

p. 152-153 Jehanne McCullough (3:07)

Keywords: apartheid, art forms, cochlear implants, cultural beliefs, Deaf community, Deaf discourse, Deaf families, Deaf minorities, Deaf youth, externally oriented energies, internally focused energies, linguistics movement, mainstreaming, Oralist attack, power and influence, sign language, social changes, South Africa, technological changes, USA

 

A Deaf Subaltern Movement

p. 153 Marvin Miller (3:10)

Keywords: 1960’s, BDA, BDDA, Black consciousness, Deaf activists, Deaf Chief Executive Now, Deaf control, Deaf resistance, FDP, Federation of Deaf People, hearing people’s control, National Union of the Deaf, NUD, oralism, post-colonial, pressure group, RNID, traditional Deaf leaders, Verney

 

The Creation of a Deaf Media

p. 153-154 Marvin Miller (3:57)

Keywords: BBC TV, BDA, BSL, Deaf access, Deaf agenda, Deaf Broadcasting Campaign, Deaf confidence, Deaf issues, Deaf magazine program me, Deaf pride, deafened, hard of hearing, hearing-led cash-ins, lay people, left-wing activism, NUD, prestige, proliferation of channels, rebuild and regenerate Deaf communities, regular sign language programs, Sign On, television, visibility

 

Linguistic Minority Discourse

p. 154-155 Ella Mae Lentz (5:01)

Keywords: BDA, bilingual education, crime, cultural and linguistic genocide, Deaf communities, Deaf domains, Deaf education, Deaf views, Europe Union, fully developed linguistic system, German Sign Language, governmental recognition, hearing allies, legislation, linguistic minority, linguistic validation, Mally, NUD, oralism, radical Deaf sectors, Scandinavia, sign languages, UNESCO, United Nations, WFD

 

The Rediscovery of Deaf History

p. 155 Ella Mae Lentz (2:38)

Keywords: American and French Deaf History, ancestors, anger, British Deaf History Society, Deaf education, Deaf Heritage, Deaf history, Deaf History International, elevated self-conceptions, Gannon, Lane, Oralist attack

 

Deaf Studies Discourses

p. 156 Tim Riker (5:35)

Keywords: Deaf culture, Deaf professionals, Deaf resurgence, Deaf Studies, Deaf studies department, Deaf visibility, Deaf Way, Deafhood discourses, discourse development, interpreting professionals, linguistic recognition movement, media, radical Deaf subaltern movement, rediscovery of Deaf history, social welfare reform, Total Communication movement, United Kingdom model

 

“Third Culture” Discourses

p. 156-157 Jenny Witteborg (4:00)

Keywords: Bienvenu, CODA, Columnos, Deaf communities, Deaf life, hearing children of Deaf parents, hearing parents of Deaf children, hearing professional allies, HMFD, oralism, Preston, sign language classes, sign language students, The Third Culture, UK, USA

 

The Oralist Response, 1980 to Date Part 1

p. 157-158 JAC Cook (7:42)

Keywords: 1981, 95.7%, Africa, aggression, closing, colonies, Deaf schools, disabled children, disabled elite, financial cutbacks, fragmentation, Hearing Impaired Services, IDEA, India, interpreter, LEA, liberal/social democrat, linguistic model, Local Education Agency, mainstreaming, opposition, oralism, Oralists, ordinary schools, public schools, school placement, segregationist, technology, Total Communication movement, Warnock Report

 

The Oralist Response, 1980 to Date Part 2

p. 158-160 Rory Osbrink (7:39)

Keywords: 60 Minutes, American Psychology Association, Atlantic Monthly, British Deaf News, capitalism, cochlear implants, competition, Deaf culture, Dr. Merzenich, experimentation, Final Solution, funding, Gerald Loeb, hate, hearing aids, Here and Now, human rights, media, medical, miracle cure, oralism, Oralist Backlash, Science, sounds, Tomorrow’s World, Western civilization

 

The Oralist Response, 1980 to Date Part 3

p. 160-161 David Kerr (5:15)

Keywords: cochlear implants, curing deafness, Deaf, Deaf discourses, Deaf gene, Deaf offspring, Final Solution, Gallaudet University, genetic counseling, genetic engineering, genetic research, Jamie Israel, Milan 1880, Truffaut, United States