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Dancing Without Music : Deafness in America (90 Edition)by Beryl L. Benderly
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More than a decade ago, Beryl Lieff Benderly wrote in Dancing Without Music about two burning issues of the Deaf community: oralism versus American Sign Language, and the rights of Deaf people. Now, her masterful book is available again. With scientific precision, Dancing Without Music investigates being deaf and its ramifications in society as well as the relationship between thought processes and language, whether spoken or not. The sage perspective it offers will engender fresh insights about matters changed and unchanged for Deaf persons today.
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Originally published in 1980 (Anchor Press/Doubleday) and here reprinted with a new preface (four pages) that charts the subsequent progress of Deaf rights.
Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
Includes bibliographical references (p. -288) and index.
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