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ASL 336 - Topics in Deafness

This course is focused on current topics impacting the Deaf community as part of a linguistic and cultural minority. Topics that could be covered include, but not limited to: perspectives on Deafhood and Deaf/deaf communities, attitudes toward Deaf people and signed languages, technology and communication, history of the Deaf community, multiple factors of a d/Deaf identity, contributions of Deaf people to society, communication issues and the politics of language use, choices, and power. Seminar style course taught in ASL, Interpreter not provided. May be repeated for credit Prerequisite: ASL245

Credit Hours: 3.00

Course Fees: $0.00

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