RELATION OF DEAF PERSONS TOWARDS BILINGUALISM AS COMMUNICATION MODE

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Naim Salkić;
(2013)
  • Publisher: Institute for Human Rehabilitation
  • Journal: Human Research in Rehabilitation (issn: 2232-9935, eissn: 2232-996X)
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  • Subject: sign language | Education (General) | oral-voice speech and language | L7-991 | bilingualism
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Bilingualism of a deaf child implies concurrent cognition and usage of sign language, as community language and oral-voice language as language of greater community in which deaf persons live. Today, most authors consider that deaf persons should know both of thes... View more
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