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Title: 聞こえない人と呼ぶことは何が悪いか
Other Titles: キコエナイヒト ト ヨブコト ワ ナニガ ワルイカ
What’s wrong with the calling name “hearing-impaired”?
Authors: 伊藤, 泰子
ITO, Yasuko
Issue Date: 31-Mar-2014
Publisher: 愛知工業大学
Abstract: Hearing people set a hearing(=inputting) standard. The calling name, “hearing-impaired” shows minus (=disadvantage) from a hearing standard. Approaching to the standard means “unity(=to live under the same roof, or to live in the same house).The calling name, “hearing-impaired” give minus image and inferiority to the deaf. While the Deaf with sign language has no hearing standard and sign language for the Deaf means “unification (=to live under several different roofs, or to live in a row house).Sign language is the fundamental communication tool to survive for the Deaf. The Deaf with sign language can live as a proud linguistic minority.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11133/2747
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