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249 pages, Paperback
First published March 16, 2020
Note: "Use Deaf with a capital D to refer to people who have been deaf all their lives, or since before they started to learn to talk. They are pre-lingually deaf. It is an important distinction, because Deaf people tend to communicate in sign language as their first language. For most Deaf people English [any language spoken] is a second language, and understanding complicated messages in English can be a problem." ~ https://signhealth.org.uk/resources/l...
Deaf (with a capitalized D) - Identifies as culturally deaf. People who have a hearing loss, communicate using a sign language, and are involved in the Deaf community.
deaf (with a lower cased d) - Medical term for hearing loss
Deaf culture (with a capitalized D) - a culture connected by multiple traits such as sign language, deaf, traditions, shared values, etc. ~ https://www.cru.org/us/en/train-and-g...