At Home Among Strangers

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Gallaudet University Press, 1989 - Education - 254 pages
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Describes what it is like to be a deaf person living in the U.S., and looks at the characteristics of the deaf community

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At home among strangers

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Deaf society, says Schein, is worth studying since it offers society more than it takes from it culturally. This comprehensive work was written during Schein's year (1986-1987) as Chair of Deaf ... Read full review


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Structural Underpinnings of the Deaf Community

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Schein is Professor Emeritus of Sensory Rehabilit ation at New York University, and Adjunct Professor of Education at the University of Alberta, Canada, and a consultant in Coconut Creek, FL.

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