Deaf Children's Developing Sign Bilingualism: Dimensions Of Language Ability, Use And Awareness

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Swanwick, Ruth Anne;

The focus of this study is deafchildren's developing bilingualism in British Sign Language and English (sign bilingualism). Sign bilingualism differs from bilingualism in two spoken languages in that the two languages are differently perceived and produced. This thesis ... View more
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