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References for deaf studies, research and the education of deaf children

Deaf studies, research and the education of deaf children References

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Brennan, M. (1992) Introduction to the Dictionary of British Sign Language/English, London: Faber and Faber.

Brennan, M., Colville, M. & Lawson, L. (1980) Words in Hand: A structural analysis of the signs of British Sign Language. Edinburgh: Moray House Publications

Brennan, M. & Hayhurst, A. (1980) ‘The Renaissance of British Sign Language’. Supplement to British Deaf News October

Brien, D. (1991) ‘Is there a Deaf culture?’ in S. Gregory & G. Hartley (eds.) Constructing Deafness Milton Keynes: Pinter Publishers is association with the Open University

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The British Deaf and Dumb Association (1970) Report by a working party of the British Deaf and Dumb Association formed to study and comment on ‘The Lewis Report’. Carlisle, The British Deaf and Dumb Association

Conrad, R. (1979) The deaf school child: Language and cognitive function. London: Harper and Row.

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Kyle, J. G. (1981) ‘Signs and memory: the search for the code’, in B. Woll, J. G. Kyle & M. Deuchar (eds) Perspectives on British Sign Language. London: Croom Helm

Kyle, J. G. (1983) ‘Meaning in sign: recalling events in BSL and English’, in D. Rogers & J. Sloboda (eds) Symbolic Skills. London: Plenum Press.

Kyle, J. G. & Ackerman, J. (1989) ‘Early Mother-Infant Interaction in Deaf Families’, in B. Will (ed) Language Development and Sign Language. Bristol: International Sign Linguistics Association/Centre for Deaf Studies, University of Bristol

Kyle, J. G. & Woll, B. (1985) Sign Language: The study of deaf people and their language. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press

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Wurm, S. (2008) ‘Theory without translation - translating without theory: Developing a model for translation between signed and written languages’, paper presented at With/out Theory, the 1st Postgraduate Student Conference on Translation Studies, University College London.

Young, A. (1995) Family Adjustment to a Deaf Child in a Bilingual, Bicultural Framework. (Doctoral dissertation, University of Bristol.)