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by Martha Sheridan

Author: Martha Sheridan
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: Gallaudet University Press (January 15, 2001)
Pages: 256 pages
Category: Politics
Rating: 4.6
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By conducting interviews with seven deaf children, ages seven to ten, Martha Sheridan offers a fresh look at their private thoughts and feelings in this watershed . has been added to your Cart.

By conducting interviews with seven deaf children, ages seven to ten, Martha Sheridan offers a fresh look at their private thoughts and feelings in this watershed book. Each child possesses a unique cultural background. Each child possesses a unique cultural background, and Sheridan communicated with each in his or her preferred method of communication. Her procedure remained consistent with each: In addition to standard By conducting interviews with seven deaf children, ages seven to ten, Martha Sheridan offers a fresh look at their private thoughts and feelings in this watershed book.

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Bibliographic Details. Title: Inner Lives of Deaf Children - Interviews. By conducting interviews with seven deaf children, ages seven to ten, Martha Sheridan offers a fresh look at their private thoughts and feelings in this watershed book. Publisher: Gallaudet University Press. Her procedure remained consistent with each: In addition to standard questions, Sheridan asked each child to draw a picture based on his or her life, then tell a story about it.

Description: Sheridan conducted groundbreaking interviews of seven deaf children, ages 7-10, chosen for their varied cultural backgrounds, who answered standard questions and drew pictures about their self-image and social development, with surprising and encouraging results.

Conducting interviews with seven deaf children between the ages of 7 and 10, author Martha Sheridan offers a fresh look at the private thoughts and feelings of deaf children in Inner Lives of Deaf . Interviews and Analysis.

Conducting interviews with seven deaf children between the ages of 7 and 10, author Martha Sheridan offers a fresh look at the private thoughts and feelings of deaf children in Inner Lives of Deaf Children: Interviews and Analysis. What does it mean to be a child who is deaf or hard of hearing? Sheridan asks in the beginning of her study. She turns to Danny, Angie, Joe, Alex, Lisa, Mary, and Pat for the answer. The author selected the children based on their unique cultural background and conversed with each child in his or her preferred method of communication.

Coauthors & Alternates. Patricia Elizabeth Spencer.

Inner Lives of Deaf Children: Interviews and Analysis. by Patricia Elizabeth Spencer, Martha Sheridan. ISBN 9781563681028 (978-1-56368-102-8) Hardcover, Gallaudet University Press, 2001. Coauthors & Alternates. Learn More at LibraryThing. Washington, DC: Gallaudet University Press. Deaf adolescents: Inner lives and lifeworld development. Washington, D. Gallaudet University Press. Weiner, M. & Miller, M. (2006). American Annals of the Deaf, 151, 61–70. Werner, E. & Johnson, J. L. (1999).

By conducting interviews with seven deaf children, ages seven to ten, Martha Sheridan offers a fresh look at their private thoughts and feelings in this watershed book. Each child possesses a unique cultural background, and Sheridan communicated with each in his or her preferred method of communication. Her procedure remained consistent with each: In addition to standard questions, Sheridan asked each child to draw a picture based on his or her life, then tell a story about it. Next, she showed them magazine pictures and asked them to describe what they saw.The results proved to be as varied as they were engaging. Angie, an adopted deaf girl who communicates in Signed English, expressed a desire to attend a hearing college when she grows up while also stating she hoped her own children will be deaf. Joe, an African-American, hard of hearing boy, drew pictures of deaf people who are teased in a public school, reflecting his own difficult experiences.Sheridan calls upon her tenure as a social worker as well as her own experience as a deaf child growing up in a hearing family in analyzing her study’s results. She writes, “These children have strengths, they have positive experiences, and they enjoy positive relationships.” Inner Lives of Deaf Children will prove to be an enlightening read for parents and scholars alike.