By Alys Young
In techniques to Social examine: The Case of Deaf experiences, Alys younger and Bogusia Temple discover the connection among key methodological debates in social learn and the targeted context of stories relating d/Deaf people(s). The ebook is geared up round 7 issues: being d/Deaf as a website of contested identification and illustration; epistemology and the limits of claims for inhabitants particular and plural epistemologies; ethics and the results of collective identification on general moral ideas and practices; populations and sampling given the hugely heterogeneous nature of d/Deaf people(s); narrative methodologies re-examined in mild of the visible nature of signed languages; interpretation, translation and transcription and the context of a number of modalities; and data and communique applied sciences as transformative epistemologies. via those topics, new elements of previous debates inside social examine turn into obtrusive, and the authors problem expert box of stories by way of, with, and approximately d/Deaf humans. during the quantity, the authors additionally convey how the sphere presents demanding situations to demonstrated methods of considering and dealing. The e-book is of curiosity to students inside and out of doors of study relating d/Deaf people(s), in addition to practitioners within the fields of deaf schooling, social paintings and allied health and wellbeing professions.
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